Do I need Planning Approval for a detached garage in Scotland
Detached Garage Planning Permission - Scotland
To help you understand these issues we detail below some of the ""conditions"" attached to planning permission and Building Regulations. (These apply to Scotland only) Wales, Northern Ireland, England and Ireland regulations are quite different - You should in all instances take local advice.
Do I need permission for a Detached Garage?
(1) The provision within the curtilage of a dwellinghouse of a building for any purpose incidental to the enjoyment of that dwellinghouse or the alteration, maintenance or improvement of such a building.
(2) Development is not permitted by this class if—
BUILDING REGULATIONS - Scotland
A detached single-storey building, having an area exceeding 8 square metres but not exceeding 30 square metres, ancillary to and within the curtilage of a house .
Building warrant is required if
and Schedule 3 Type 4 gives the requirements for A detached single-storey building, having an area exceeding 8 square metres but not exceeding 30 square metres, ancillary to and within the curtilage of a flat or maisonette.Building warrant is required if