Want to build a cabin on land you own and don’t know where to start? Have a read of our brief cabin planning permission guide and call us if you have any questions.
Typically cabins within the domestic curtilage don’t require planning permission or building regulations, as Permitted Development allows you to build (within strict criteria) without a full planning application. There are some exceptions; if you are within a conservation area, National Park, near or in the curtilage of a listed building, or in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty AONB, then you will need to acquire full cabin planning permission.
For information on whether you think you need Building Regulations have a read of this page