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Exactly how big does a lego house need to be before you need planning permission for it?

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excelsiora
11th Apr, 2006 02:46 (UTC)
Lego Houses
It really depends where you build it I suspect, however if you were to build it in the UK in a place that people would notice it (i.e. not in your underground lair) then i think the following guide-lines apply;

You can extend your house without the planning permission (excluding flats and maisonettes) up to:
*fifty cubic metres if you live in a terraced house, or any house within a Conservation Area, or
*seventy cubic metres if you live in a detached or semi-detached house
providing that:
*there have been no other extensions to your house,
*the extension is not more than four metres high if it is within two metres of any boundary,
*the extension does not face a highway (including if there is a highway to the rear or side of your property), and/or
*the extension does not cover more than half the garden.

Whether lego as a building material could endure the structural stresses of being made into a 70m3 building or not, I'm not sure.
yellowrocket
12th Apr, 2006 07:16 (UTC)
Re: Lego Houses
But wouldn't it be fun to try!
excelsiora
12th Apr, 2006 07:24 (UTC)
Re: Lego Houses
Shall we?
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