I have a detached back garden bungalow which i built in 2006. when I applied for planning permission the council wrote back to and said I didn't need planning permission as long as i don't rent it out or sell it as separate dwelling but could be occupied by family. Does the 4 year rule apply to this unit too bearing in mind the council approved it for what it is.David. This favorable tax treatment is designed to protect property owners from being pressured by the property tax burden to convert their land from agricultural use to residential or commercial use. This is the result of section 285(1) and was recognised in cases such as R v Smith  J.P.L. The 4-year period commences from the date on which the change of use took place (i.e. In this case would the 4-year rule apply? MartinI accept the findings of the Arun case (it being about 1 mile from me!) Additional rules apply in the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Management Zones. It might (perhaps) be argued that storage of a washing machine, fridge freezer etc. It does not fit neatly into either of the rules I have mentioned. I'm still struggling with separating out operations, which might be lawful under the 4-year rule, and a proposed use, which might not be under the 10-year rule! The 4(d) rule allows the five range states to continue to manage conservation efforts for the species and avoid further regulation of activities such as oil and gas development and utility line maintenance that are covered under the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ range-wide conservation plan for the lesser prairie-chicken. More precisely what are the facilities that require to be in place? It is simply a matter of fact and degree as to whether the property can properly be called a dwellinghouse (see Gravesham) and has been continuously used as such throughout the past four years. LPA is Cambridge City Council. A “completion certificate” relates to building control, rather than planning. We intend to use it for agricultural storage if it remains on site. I mentioned the conservatory reply to my friend. Hi. My instant reaction to Richard Everett’s comment is that the people who have received enforcement notices should immediately appeal against them under section 174 of the 1990 Act. If so we have one year left to make a complaint. Many thanks. In answer to the anonymous query posted on 24/03/14 - I am always reluctant to give definite answers without being able fully to review the evidence, but it is quite possible that the use of the holiday let as a separate dwelling (assuming the holiday let was not the subject of planning permission, but was entirely unauthorised) may have become lawful under the 4-year rule, but we would need to be properly instructed to advise on the matter if a definitive answer is required. There are plenty of elephant-traps for the unwary. At the time we completed the dropped kerb pack the council sent and were told we wouldn't require permission. I have since found out my property is subject to Article 4 restrictions. The situation is that 50% an attached double garage had permission to be converted to ancillary accommodation in 2012, however a planning condition was imposed restricting the use of the remaining garage, to the garaging of vehicles only. I find you blog very interesting and thank you. I would be grateful for your thoughts. Some facilities may not be available. It would require a proper consideration of all the relevant facts, and so would require formal professional instructions. So my question is can I register the bungalow as a separate dwelling without any problems from the council? We bought a property 4 years ago with a small equestrian arena in place that has always been used, we understood all permissions were in place. We have now applied for a certificate of lawfulness, the council are telling us to move our horses off the land by the 14th if we do so will we loose our right to a certificate of lawfulness? Always remember anyone can post on the MSE forums, so it can be very different from our opinion. We have a situation where an application for a CLEUD was refused (in 2015), an EN was later served and the time for appealing against it expired. So it seems to me that if use as a dwelling has continued for at least 4 years, then it would be difficult to argue that section 171B(2) does not apply. Article 4 Directions are not specific to Conservation Areas and can be made outside of them — but by their nature, tend to be common in Conservation Areas. It does not apply to works to a listed building carried out without Listed Building Consent. Does the ten year rule apply in the same way within a conservation area? One flat owner has control of the garden which has an outhouse. In that case, the 10-year rule would apply.The position is unaffected by planting of the hedge and its subsequent lack of maintenance, although that in itself could be the subject of complaint under other legislation. Attention: Recreation Alerts and Closures Recreation alert: DNR managed lands and campgrounds have begun to open. I can’t comment on the facts recited by ArbyW on 20 June, but he has raised an interesting issue.In Swale BC v. FSS  EWCA Civ 1568, Sedley LJ noted that the law has always recognised that an occupier does not have to be continuously or even regularly present in order to establish unbroken use of the premises as a dwelling-house – see the decision of the Court of Appeal in Brown v Brush  2 QB 247, and also, Megarry on the Rent Acts, 11th edition, Volume 1, pages 245 to 249. We have been renting it out continuously for 5 years as a holiday let. So glad i found this forum. The answer to Anon’s query depends on what is meant by ‘studios’, and whether they are genuinely self-contained, or whether they rely on shared facilities (which would make these units part of a HiMO within Class C4). Does the four (or 10) year rule apply in this case? Owners first applied for the retention of the new flat. A Guide to Conservation Areas in Scotland. Mineral and salt blocks are not allowed on conservation areas. It is far too late to do anything about it now.However, if it is felt that a breach of planning control has occurred (e.g. There are planning restrictions to prevent me using the B1 part of the house as residential. HiI built a house around 4 years ago, i lived in it for a while and used it as an office, but circumstances changed and it is not always occupied. LPA opened 'complaint investigation file' in 2011 but never issued formal enforcement. It makes no difference whether the building operations were carried out to commercial premises, a dwelling or any other type of building (or indeed on open land). Many thanks - DiolchCochyn. The annexe has a seperate address and the tennants pay council tax etc. However I was advised by my letting agency that I couldn’t relet the studios if they became empty as it was illegal so I’ve had most empty now for nearly a year (as people have left). It has its own private entrance from the road, separate metered power and comprises a kitchen, bathroom, living and bedroom. They are now outside the 4 or 10 year rules for enforcing our breach of condition and our use of the building, but they claim that the agricultural use in 2013 was not lawful because the 10 years had not elapsed at that time. It will therefore simply be a matter of fact and degree as to whether a straightforward change of use to use as a single dwelling within Use Class C3 has occurred. If there is a possibility of enforcement action being taken or threatened, this may be advisable in any event. Get the latest information on openings here. Hi, great blog - really useful.I had a conservatory built assuming permitted development rights. The problem is that whereas the 4-year rule applies so as to limit the time within which enforcement action can be taken against unauthorised building works or external alterations which should have had planning permission, there is no limitation period for the enforcement of listed building controls, so that any unauthorised alterations to a listed building which took place on or after 1 January 1969 remain … The LPA may have in mind the judgment of Sullivan J (as he then was) in R (Mid Suffolk DC) v. FSS  EWHC 2634 when he suggested that merely because a structure has become immune from enforcement action because it has been in existence for four years does not necessarily mean that any particular use of that structure will also be lawful. Hi Martin,Thanks for such an excellent blog.I am confused about whether the 4 or 10 year rule applies to commercial property (I notice that the term 'dwelling' is used.I am hoping to buy a flat (leasehold) above a restaurant. It used to be assumed that if a building was erected without planning permission, and this development became immune from enforcement (and therefore lawful) under the 4-year rule, this immunity/lawfulness automatically applied also to its use. I live in a block of four flats. It had planning permission but with a condition that it not be used for any purpose other than as a garage etc. Am I right in therefore concluding that what results is a lawful building with no use? ** The 4-year rule applies only in respect of development carried out without planning permission. The query raised by Mark (17 September) is not a planning issue. She has a grade 2 listed dwelling. *In a conservation area, you might need permission take down a fence, wall or gate. Would this qualify for separate dwelling status? Where a breach of development takes the form of operational development, the 4-year rule applies (dating from substantial completion of that operational development). Note, however, that the building might possibly have been erected as permitted development (for which planning permission is granted by Article 3(1) of the GPDO). What could happen if he gets reported? We have a storage container which has been used for business/domestic storage for 9 years now. However, it is the only example of a breach of condition being subject to the 4-year rule.The problem posed by the anonymous enquirer on 20 May is more complex than this, and could only be answered upon full professional instructions being taken. However if I have been using the B1 part of the house as residential for more than 4 years without enforcement, can I use the 4 year rule to apply for a lawful development certificate? We are in the process of selling our house and the buyers have queried whether we had planning permission for dropping our kerb in front of the property. Owner converted basement (including the creation of new lightwells) into an additional flat in 2011. It would very much depend on the detailed evidence. I don’t believe that parliament intended that the 4-year rule should not apply in this situation, but a literal interpretation of the legislation would appear possibly to indicate otherwise. )If in practice there is no control over the land required for the visibility splay, the best course might to be apply under section 73 to have the condition removed. As with owners of unprotected trees, they are responsible for maintaining their trees, with no statutory rules setting out how often or to what standard… You can check with your local planning authority to see if your proposed work is in a conservation area. I had done an extension of my kitchen more than 4 years ago without any planning permission. What a brilliant forum - I wish Id found it a few weeks ago.My council has issued enforcement notices on 36 properties locally. It is fairly secluded, but not completely hidden.I would like to reinstate it as a dwelling, and move in.I have sought some advice locally. The same local authority sent me a PCN a year ago asking for info and saying the building should be a single dwelling! This rule applies to both the archery and firearms deer hunting seasons. In answer to “Unknown” (15 September), where permitted development rights are removed (in this case by an Article 4 Direction), planning permission will be required if it is desired to carry out a development which would otherwise have been PD. We have actually used the building as a farm shop, selling our own alpaca products. There is no mention of this on the searches. Is there a definitive definition of a "single dwelling", or "dwelling"? Buying their own house was out of the question. These properties were originally built as holiday homes with an occupancy condition preventing occupancy in the winter months. There is no ‘official’ definition of a dwelling (although there is a complex and detailed definition in the Use Classes Order of what constitutes a use within Use Class C3, which is not quite the same thing). So, either wait and see what happens, or set the legal rottweilers on them now by way of a pre-emptive strike. Hi MartinI find this 4 year rule quite difficult to believe. The only exception that might arise is where the development was to any extent concealed, or if deliberate deceit was used to prevent the LPA from discovering the development. Some national park authorities appear to have policies against the possibility of former business properties falling into full time residential use (although they will sometimes allow conversion to holiday home or mixed home/business use). Article 4 Directions can be made on any land within a planning authority's area, but they are more likely to be imposed in conservation areas. I received a reply regarding my conservatory and the 4 year rule 27.07.08. Probably showing my ignorance here about planning law but if a large storage shed made out of timber and with a tiled roof is built in a conservation area without planning permission is it the four or ten year rule that comes into effect? In the drawings submitted in that application (in 2008) and also in a subsequent application in 2015 (relating to the wall flue), the drawings of the back of the property did not include the extractor unit in front of the window, they only included the one up the side of the wall. This was confirmed by the Supreme Court in Welwyn Hatfield.This does lead to a potentially anomalous situation, because if the previous use of the land on which the unauthorised building is erected was materially different from the use to which the building is put, the resulting development will still be subject to the 10-year rule rather than the 4-year rule. The answer to my simple question re the 4 year rule may be hidden in other comments and your responses, but here goes. The 10 year period runs from the date the With the exception of the change of use of an existing building to use as a single private dwelling (to which the 4-year rule applies), all other breaches of planning control are subject to the 10-year rule.The only exception occurs where a breach of condition (to which the 10-rule would normally apply) results in the creation of a separate dwelling. There is no dropped kerb access to the road. The four year time limit also applies to change of use of a building, or part of a building, to use as a single dwelling house The 10 year time limit refers to the change of use of for all other development. Any works to a listed building that affect its character as a listed building, and did not have LBC, and which were carried out at any time since 1 January 1969 are liable to enforcement action without any limit as to time. It is the sort of point on which Keystone Law’s planning law team would be happy to advise if we were to receive instructions in the matter. Owners of protected trees must not carry out, or cause or permit the carrying out of, any of the prohibited activities without the written consent of the local authority. I have a question regarding change of use/4 year rule: We have a wooden barn 10m X 4m and stables 16m X 4m with electric and water connected and we wondered how complete a building has to be in order to be considered a dwelling (ie. I erected a conservatory 7 years ago and think it's now immune under the 4 year rule. if no appeal was made before it became effective), then an LDC application is bound to fail, because section 191(2)(b) makes it an essential pre-condition that the uses or operations in respect of which the LDC is sought do not constitute a contravention of the requirements of any enforcement notice then in force. Doe urine and other scents, such as apple, acorn, and persimmon, may be used to attract deer while hunting, as long as the scents are not used on or with grain and other food products. Expert advice would be required in order to answer this question, as it will depend on a careful consideration of the all the relevant facts and surrounding circumstances. Subject to proving that the erection of the conservatory was substantially completed more than four years ago, it would appear (on the basis of the brief summary of the facts given) that it should now be immune from enforcement , and therefore lawful, under the 4-year rule. Forming an access to a highway is permitted development under Part 2, Class B of the Second Schedule to the General Permitted Development Order in certain circumstances, but is hedged about with qualifications and restrictions. Section 75 applies only to buildings lawfully erected with the benefit of planning permission. therefore the certificate is just for a building, with them arguing that the use needs ten year to gain immunity. is ancillary to the garaging of vehicles (as it's the sort of thing people put in their garage).Alternatively, if that argument won’t work, there would seem to be a strong case for making a section 73 application so as to vary the condition to allow other domestic storage. Until this exercise is completed, it will be impossible to say whether the 4-year rule would apply (on the basis that each of the units is a separate private dwelling within Use Class C3), or whether the development would be subject to the 10-year rule (if the building turned out to be either a hostel – a sui generis use – or a HiMO within Use Class C4). However the rules relating to ‘concealed’ development need to be borne in mind, which can (in some circumstances) defeat claimed immunity under the 4-year rule. in such a case there clearly was a material CHANGE of use.Welwyn Hatfield raises the issue of when the dwelling use is the first use. Even if it is too late now for the building inspector to take any enforcement action, any works which did not comply with the Building Regulations could be a problem in future if you wish to re-mortgage the property, or in the event of a future sale, if the mortgagee or purchaser has a surveyor or solicitor who is on the ball and picks up on this. In answer (rather belatedly) to "Bad Cricketer (3 September), an Article 4 Direction simply removes PD rights. The 4-year rule applies to operational development – i.e. I don’t think I have properly understood this question. The use of the moorings for residential purposes I am informed would come under the 10 year rule. In the latter case, the Divisional Court found that the magistrates had been wrong in law in permitting a defendant to a prosecu¬tion to lead evidence to show that the land had been used for the purpose enforced against for a period in excess of 10 years prior to the issue of the enforcement notice. He submitted that the use must be “active”, and suggested that in such circumstances there is no activity and hence no use is continuing, so that the mere presence of personal effects and the connection of services such as water and electricity would not suffice to substantiate continuing residential use of the property. Could you please point me to the bit of the Act, or subsequent circulars, where the concept of "continuous use" is introduced? With planning permission I built a residential detached house in a conservation area, I was granted planning permission, I submitted my raw materials, waited 10 weeks and began development, Once completed we moved into our new house. If the evidence proves this on the balance of probability, then the LPA must issue a CLEUD. Could environmental health legislation apply?If this extractor unit is old and redundant, if agreement could be established with the restaurant leaseholders to remove it (e.g. We had planning permission in 2003 to build a replacement house on our smallholding and convert the existing bungalow to visitor centre/shop as part of our agricultural business. It is then up to the council how to deal with it, in light of their investigation. I am a bit behind in dealing with some of the posted comments. This requires a fairly swift response (for which legal assistance would be advisable). There is no definitive list of ways of proving compliance with the 4-year rule. The BCN was served about 12 years ago and we have not heard from rhe council since. As I pointed out in paragraph 19.8.2 of my recent book, The Essential Guide to the Use of Land and Buildings under the Planning Acts, it has long been established that lawful use rights will be lost if an enforce¬ment notice is served and the existing use rights are not then raised as a ground of appeal. I'd be very grateful for your comments. As regards the query of 7/11/13 relating to a house built 4 years ago, the discontinuity in its subsequent use could be a problem. In answer to Mick Lee (15 September), ideally one should try to get hold of the planning permission. To be brief, I live in an article 4 conservation area. She installed glass windows in the tiled flat roof of the kitchen and lean to lounge flat roof. R… Can I check the position with regards to a garage attached to a house. Walls in good condition; roof, windows doors - all intact, but in poor condition. Does it apply to National Parks also? The question raised by David Lowe would require more detailed information before one could answer it, and so it could only be dealt with on the basis of professional instructions. I have a property which has been rented out for much longer than four years. So far as concerns an enforcement notice being “then in force”, it seems to me that this must refer to the date of the LDC application (although I cannot recall offhand any relevant judicial authority on this point. I haven’t time to go into it here, but it is discussed in my book, “A Practical Guide to Permitted Changes of Use” in Chapter 5 at paragraph 5.2.9. Caution would lead me to say that perhaps the 10-year rule might apply in these circumstances, but we would need proper instructions to enable us to go into the matter thoroughly. Agricultural Land Easements protect the long-term viability of the nation’s food supply by preventing conversion of productive working lands to non-agricultural uses. Our local planning department are accusing us of running a business from home which we dispute.My partner does come home from work in a commercial vehicle which belongs to the company that he owns but that is as far as it goes. In answer to the anonymous query of 29 April, if the enquirer is concerned about a possible breach of planning control, they should alert the planning enforcement officer to the position, so that it can be properly investigated. Neither the 4-year or 10-year rule applies in this case. Any thoughts? In answer to my anonymous correspondent of 19 September, if planning permission has been granted, and the development has been carried out in accordance with that permission, then there has been no breach of planning control, and so the 4-year rule is of no relevance. Even if it could be argued that the caravan is a structure (see the Woolley Chickens case) it seems that it would be the 10-year rule rather than the 4-year rule that applies (see R (Mid Suffolk DC) v. FSS  EWHC 2634 and the judgment of the Supreme Court in Welwyn Hatfield v. SSCLG  UKSC 15 (per Lord Mance, at page 9 [paragraph 17]). In order to maintain protected areas and premises, permitted development rights to extend buildings upwards do not apply in National Parks, Conservation Areas, the Broads, Areas … The House of Lords decision in Sage ruled on the definition of substantial completion. Coyote hunting is open year-round. My daughter and son in law came later to live in our spare bedroom but With the birth of a child on the horizon it was clear that this would be totally inadequate and they would need larger accomodation. A breach of that condition would be subject to the 4-year rule, as explained by the Court of Appeal in the Arun case.In the cases in question here, they may or may not be immune from enforcement under the 10-year rule, depending on the facts of each case.As in all cases where immunity is claimed following a change of use or breach of a use condition, it is essential to show continuity of that use (throughout the relevant period in the case of a change of use, and also up to the present time in the case of a breach of condition). I was wondering what to put on a certificate application?Thanks. The question of what facilities are required is therefore ‘a matter of fact and degree’ in each case, and the High Court judgment in Gravesham (discussed elsewhere in this blog) proposed a test which is widely applied in order to answer this question. Steve Jupp has put his finger on a point which I must confess has been troubling me (and no doubt other planning lawyers) for some time. If Keystone Law’s legal assistance is required in dealing with the matter, please send me an email and I will find a member of our planning law team who could deal with it.You refer to an “enforcement order”. If any of these conditions are not met, then you will need to apply for planning permission. The restaurant has two extractor systems at the back of the property and I am concerned that planning permission may not have been obtained for one of them.One flue goes up the side of the building, the other is box like and sits on the roof of the restaurant about 1-1.5m away from the back window of the first floor flat. Bad Cricketer’s query of 3 September 2017 is another of those that got ‘stuck’ in the system.An Article 4 Direction simply removes specified PD rights, so that planning permission is then required for such developments. This document is also available in pdf format (596k) However, Sullivan J (as he then was) pointed out in R (Mid Suffolk DC) v. 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