one edge of my deck would run parallel to the property line of my next door neighbor, at a distance of 2 feet. regarding the visual barrier point you made--a 6' high pergola off of a 2' deck would be 8' above the ground, which would be higher than the fence anyway. if i get an 8' pergola, it would rise 10' above ground level.
here's how to plan and post a perfect pergola. posthole depth varies. it's best to install the posts long and trim them to final height, measuring from the frame upward. finish the circular
e strengthening support struts cut at a 45 degree angle at either end and measuring 38mm x 125mm x 600mm approx: 1.5 inch by 5 inch by 18 inch these braces when screwed to the post and main outer beam finish off the pergola by giving it the necessary rigidity.
hi - not sure which section this should come under - but does anyone now what the standard height restriction is for a pergola. i know some pergolas require planning permission, but i am building one myself and intend to site it in the corner of my garden to provide a feature and also screening from my neighbours fence which is constantly overlooked by their little boy and his straying football .
home owners: outbuildings and structures. garden sheds, greenhouses and other buildings. planning permission is not required provided that: 1. the shed / greenhouse / building is used for domestic purposes only. the maximum eaves height of the shed / greenhouse / building is 2.5 metres if it is within 2 metres of the property boundary. 6
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pergola - open-roofed framework over a path, terrace or patio, supported on posts or columns, and usually covered with plants trained over the members. depending on where you live, the difference between these three things as far as regulations are concerned can come down to what sort of roof it has - if any.
the top of the flue opening should be at least 3 ft 0.92 m above any roof surface. the vertical green arrow in the sketch - i.e. a vertical line dn along the up-roof side of the chimney, from the roof surface to the top of the chimney flue opening shall be at least 3 ft in height. this is for masonry chimneys.
information about the planning permission requirements for a veranda, glass sun room, carport or pergola planning permission requirements for a veranda, glass sun room, carport or pergola home
first, that the building must be under 4m in total height and 2.5m at the eaves. all dunster house garden buildings are below these heights, so this will not be an issue for any dunster house garden building. the other issue is about height. if you wish to place your new garden building within 2m of a boundary,
all sheds should be single-storey in nature. the eaves height should be no higher than 2.5 metres. the maximum overall height should be no higher than 4 metres for a dual pitch roof all other roof options have a max height of 3 metres . if the shed stands less than 2 metres from one or more boundaries
we'd like to make it as tall as between 2 or 2.5 metres. it will be placed only on our patio area only which is around 2 - 3 metres wide so not the whole length of the garden. are we allowed to do this or are there legal height restrictions? the worst it would do i guess is cast a small shadow on neighbour's side.
the pergola is a very versatile addition to your garden, and the location and use will dictate the design. if your garden is divided into sections, you could add a pergola as an interesting connection between areas. if your garden is very simple, a pergola gives height and offers support to climbing plants such as roses or wisteria.
but instead a wooden pergola has led to a bitter dispute between neighbours which has led to a fierce planning row. residents living next to the property in the upmarket address of woodfield drive in winchester claimed they had been left 'blinded' by the structure which, at 3.2m tall,
if any part of the deck construction exceeds 3 metres in height. important we recommend that before starting any work on your new build, you first contact your local authority to understand if you need planning permission.
the maximum height shall be 4000mm. the maximum height of the eaves within 2000mm from the boundary shall be no greater than 3000mm. no raised platforms. no extension in front of the main elevation or side elevation fronting a public highway. the total area of ground covered by the new product shall not exceed 50% of the land around the original house.
one of the key changes in the may 2019 regulations is that the new order makes it clear that the regulations make permanent the right to build larger rear single-storey extensions under class a. this means it is now possible to build the larger extensions subject to the prior approval process without fear of their previously temporary provision
pergola height restriction? gta i am planning to build a deck with pergola in the back yard and heard that the maximum height is only 6' high according to building code ? a pergola is usually not a structural element, so why not do it after the code required elements of the deck are completed and inspected?
on the matter of the pergola. if it is erected more than 5 metres from the dwelling it will not require planning permission if it is less than 3 metres in height which they normally are. hope that was of help.
your council treats a trellis as a fence or a garden wall. in this case, the total height of your fence and trellis should not exceed 2 metres; your council treats a trellis as a temporary structure. the trellis on top can, therefore, exceed 2 metres.