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Planning Permission | Decking | Planning Portal

Planning Permission. Putting up decking, or other raised platforms, in your garden is permitted development, not needing an application for planning permission, providing: The decking is no more than 30cm above the ground. Together with other extensions, outbuildings etc, the decking or platforms cover no more than 50 per cent of the garden area.

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Decking & Council Approval | Somersoft

 · Your local council will require a permit for a deck being a new structure. You do not need a permit to build a deck just some timber, hammer and nails. If the deck is built without a permit and there in a complaint you will most likely have two options 1: remove the deck 2: pay some fines.

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Decking & Council Approval | Somersoft

 · Your local council will require a permit for a deck being a new structure. You do not need a permit to build a deck just some timber, hammer and nails. If the deck is built without a permit and there in a complaint you will most likely have two options 1: remove the deck 2: pay some fines.

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Mackay Regional Council

Mackay Regional Council. Council . Your Council ... Plumbing approvals are also required when carrying out demolition work. Yes Decks Unroofed deck less than 1 metre above the deck’s natural ground surface (refer to Schedule 1, Section 13 ...

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HELP... our deck is built without a council permit

 · It means you must have your deck approved by council as it exceeds the maximum 20 sqm permitted for an exempt development in Tas (assuming all councils have the same requirement in Tas). The council may place additional requirements relating to privacy, consideration to landscaping ratios and the like.

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Cost of Building a Deck

In some areas you aren’t allowed to build a deck larger than 10m2 without a council approval, whereas in other areas you may build a deck of 25m2 without the approval…

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B0046 V2 IPSWICH CITY COUNCIL BALCONIES DECKS …

circumstances. Balconies, decks and verandahs are defined as class 10a structures under the Building Code of Australia. BUILDING APPROVAL In accordance with the Queensland Building Act 1975, a building approval is required for the construction of a balcony, deck or verandah where any of the following apply: A plan area of more than 10m²; or

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Do I Need Council Approval?

 · Many projects have been completed without council approval, such as lower floor conversions to a granny flat or unit, decks, sheds, carports, and internal modifications. This is all fine at the time, however if you choose to sell the property and council records are checked through the settlement process and they don’t match, all the works must be brought up to today’s standards.

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Are any approvals required?

Council is implementing a range of initiatives to address the increased demands for our service in order to provide the best possible service to local residents. This includes the introduction of a new technology system to allow customers to lodge and track applications electronically and measures to increase the speed and efficiency of our service.

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Do I Need Council Approval?

 · Many projects have been completed without council approval, such as lower floor conversions to a granny flat or unit, decks, sheds, carports, and internal modifications. This is all fine at the time, however if you choose to sell the property and council records are checked through the settlement process and they don’t match, all the works must be brought up to today’s standards.

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Council Deck Approval I Blog I All We Do Is Decks I …

In terms of where or not you need planning approval for a new deck, it depends what zone your property is within and your lot size. Generally however, as long as your property is not in the Character Residential zone (demolition or design), you will most likely not need Council planning approval.

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Building a Deck Without a Permit [Risks and Consequences]

Building deck without a permit may result in removing it, possible penalties and back property taxes. A building permit is required if the deck is attached to the house or is 30 inches above grade. If the deck is freestanding, is 30 or less in height and less than …

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Planning Permission for Decking

 · Takeaways. Decking is a good way to provide a modern aesthetic to your yard. You don’t need planning permission in most cases. You will need planning permission for decking that is taller than 30cm or covers more than 50% of your …

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Deck built without council approval

 · Councils don't keep that much paperwork after 10 years.....You can always sell the home with a clause stating that the deck has not been approved, most people won't even worry about it. personally I would wait until someone asks about it....talk to …

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Balconies, decks and patios | Planning Portal

Balconies, decks and patios Installing balconies, decks, patios, pergolas, terraces, and verandahs may not require approval if the proposal meets the relevant development standards set out in the State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008 (the State Policy). This is known as exempt development.

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Do I need approval for that?

Decks and balconies. You do not need council approval for a deck or balcony that is less than 25sqm or, if your lot is larger than 300sqm, all decks and balconies cannot be more than 15% of the total floor area. The deck must not have an enclosing wall …

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What to do when a structure is not council approved ...

It’s important when buying or selling a property that you check that all the structures on the property have planning and building approval from the relevant local government authority. Quite often home buyers will purchase a property unaware that all the structures on the property might not have the required council approval.

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Building a Deck Without a Permit [Risks and Consequences]

Building deck without a permit may result in removing it, possible penalties and back property taxes. A building permit is required if the deck is attached to the house or is 30 inches above grade. If the deck is freestanding, is 30 or less in height and less than 200 square feet a permit is not required.

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Building a Deck Without a Permit [Risks and Consequences]

Building deck without a permit may result in removing it, possible penalties and back property taxes. A building permit is required if the deck is attached to the house or is 30 inches above grade. If the deck is freestanding, is 30 or less in height and less than …

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Build a deck : 1. Check if you need a consent to build a …

Our tip. If your deck is close to a boundary, and you have the written approval from your neighbours, you can apply for a Deemed Permitted Boundary Activity. This application replaces the need to apply for a resource consent. You will still need to apply for a building consent, if required.

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B0046 V2 IPSWICH CITY COUNCIL BALCONIES DECKS …

circumstances. Balconies, decks and verandahs are defined as class 10a structures under the Building Code of Australia. BUILDING APPROVAL In accordance with the Queensland Building Act 1975, a building approval is required for the construction of a balcony, deck or verandah where any of the following apply: A plan area of more than 10m²; or

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Building structure without Council Approval

 · If you buy without the council approval in place, there's the risk that council may require the demolition of unauthorised structures. You should speak with your solicitor with respect to requisitions from the vendor to provide this information. Scott No Mates, 27th Sep, 2017. #2.

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Are any approvals required?

Council's Building Certification team can assist you should you have any questions in relation to complying development. Local development. If your development does not meet the requirements for exempt or complying you will need to lodge a development application. You may wish to obtain advice from Council whilst your proposal is still a concept.

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Council Approvals For Patios | Altec Patios and Carports

Your new Patio Cover will generally require approval, but we can help you with this process. Generally, any structure attached to a dwelling or any free-standing structure that is 10 sq meters (about 3m x 3m) and over would require Council approval. In limited circumstances, exceptions may be applicable.

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Do I need council approval for my deck or patio cover ...

 · Essentially Exempt Development means that if you can tick all of the requirements you are free to construct your deck or pergola without any council approvals required. Complying Development (CDC) In you fail to meet the Exempt Development criteria you could then assess your project to see if it meets the Complying Development requirements for your home.

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The Risks Of Not Getting Council Approval (Ep136)

Rochelle: Probably the two main risks would be 1: is that a neighbour or whoever doesn’t learn what you are doing and maybe knows that you don’t have the approval and they don’t like that there are three extra cars now parked on the streets because it’s about three streets and its living in your house or whatever it might be so they made a complaint to your local government in which case they issue you …

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Do I Need Council Approval for Decking?

 · In some local council areas, your deck can be up to 1000mm (one metre) high without needing approval. Approval is also not required for decks that are of a certain size, usually 10m2 or less. Basically speaking, if it’s a small, low deck, you may not need to get approval to build your deck.

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Add decking to your house

 · You may not have to apply for planning permission if your decking meets the 'permitted development' rules. The permitted development rules for adding decking to your house are: it's located at the back of your house; the height of the floor level isn't any higher than 0.5 metres above ground level

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What to do when a structure is not council approved ...

It’s important when buying or selling a property that you check that all the structures on the property have planning and building approval from the relevant local government authority. Quite often home buyers will purchase a property unaware that all the structures on the …

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Decking & Council Approval | Somersoft

 · Your local council will require a permit for a deck being a new structure. You do not need a permit to build a deck just some timber, hammer and nails. If the deck is built without a permit and there in a complaint you will most likely have two options 1: remove the deck 2: pay some fines.

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