[Incidentally, the other 4-year rule relates to the execution of building, engineering or other operations. I live in an area where permitted development rights were removed. The condition requiring approval of materials would be subject to the 10-year rule, unless it could be argued that the condition "went to the heart of the permission", in which case the entire development would arguably have been unlawful, and would now be immune from enforcement under 4-year rule.In any event, the Council’s failure to approve the samples that were submitted for approval must put them in a very difficult position in relation to enforcement. So my question is can I register the bungalow as a separate dwelling without any problems from the council? Again, enforcement action can be taken outside the 4-year period in the circumstances described above (concealment, deceit or deception, etc.)]. I am thinking that as there is no operational development involved and as the use of the garage still remains as part of the overall C3 planning unit, therefore has remained part of the residential use, the 4 year limit would apply, and the Council could not now enforce the breach, provided it can be shown that the 'non-use' for parking vehicles has taken place for at least 4 years. IIRC the 4 year rule only applies to dwellings and this is a workshop, very much ancillary to the dwelling. If however the latter 2) were the case, once 4 years are up, would the development be immmune from any enforcement action? S.61 Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997. therefore the certificate is just for a building, with them arguing that the use needs ten year to gain immunity. I converted the building into 7 self contained studios. Mineral and salt blocks are not allowed on conservation areas. )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. 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). The definition of ‘land’ includes land covered by water. Always remember anyone can post on the MSE forums, so it can be very different from our opinion. If they failed to do so this amounts to professional negligence, in my view. This is covered by the 4-year rule (see Arun DC v. FSS  EWCA Civ 1172). Very informative! You need proper legal advice. I am pretty sure it has been there for at least 4 years although I cannot know this and don't know whether it has been there as long as 10 years. However, if the owner or occupier has deliberately misled the local planning authority as to the true position, the 4-year rule may not apply (see the Supreme Court decision in Welwyn Hatfield), and the authority may also be able to defeat the 4-year rule if the change of use has been concealed “to any extent” (by invoking the procedure under sections 171BA to 171BC of the 190 Act). LPA is Cambridge City Council. In conservation areas, outline planning permission will not normally be accepted because without full details we cannot judge the impact of any development proposal. Hi. I have plenty of building experience from before the PD rules were changed. This application was GRANTED by the LPA with no conditions (other than 3 year commencement) attached. Hi Martin, Looking to build a wooden cabin for my son on some land that we have purchased behind our house next to a river. The answer to this question is going to depend on the detailed facts. Will I be allowed to gain planning permission in 4 years in your opininon? More precisely what are the facilities that require to be in place? As a resident of a C3 property which lies in a preferred industrial location, I am hoping to obtain a CLEUD under the 4-year rule. Coyote hunting is open year-round. The lawful erection of a building becomes immune from enforcement four years after it was substantially completed (unless it was concealed or there was deliberate deceit on the part of the developer), but the use of that building from new is subject to the 10-year rule (even if used as a dwelling) – see the Supreme Court decision in Welwyn Hatfield.A change of use of a building (as distinct from its use from new) to use as a private dwelling is subject to the 4-year rule, subject to unbroken continuity of that use, and again subject to no concealment or deliberate deceit on the part of the developer.The combination of facts in the case posed by my anonymous correspondent of 10 February, however, leaves me uncertain as to the position in this case. He passed away a year later alas, since when I have let the unit out contiuously to different individuals in need. Thank you. Hi MartinI find this 4 year rule quite difficult to believe. Hi Martin,I sent an email via your business site but didn't get a response how do we contact you to act for us?regardsMartin Adams, I regret that I can find no trace of any email from Martin Adams. I cannot advise on the question posed above without being professionally instructed, but the judgment in Arun DC v. FSS  EWHC 2520 (Admin) might possibly apply. Conservation areas "are areas of special architectural or historic interest, the character or appearance of which it is desirable to preserve or enhance". Does anyone know if living in a residential caravan for four years comes under the four year rule or does it have to be a building? We have a storage container which has been used for business/domestic storage for 9 years now. Your local council has a responsibility to make sure that the character of these areas is not diminished. I did not apply for a change of use or any other permission. If the 4 year rule applies would it override the BCN so we now have full planning?Thanks. We have a block of land behind our house on which we keep our horses, the council have issued an enforcement notice requiring us to move our horses off the land. Who's right here? The planners have classified the permitted use as retail A1 + educational (we had planned to run craft courses). Most councils have records that go back far enough to enable you to find old planning permissions in their archives (often digitised), especially if you know the reference number, although the extent of such records varies from one authority to another. I have a question i hope you can help with. It has its own private entrance from the road, separate metered power and comprises a kitchen, bathroom, living and bedroom. The answer to the anonymous query dated 09/02/14 can be found in the lengthy 5-part article on “Breaches of planning control – the need for continuity” published in the blog a few weeks ago, in particular Part 3, posted on 23 January.The relevant statutory wording is contained in section 171B(2) of the 190 Act, but its interpretation depends on various judgments, and in particular the decision in Swale. Other Reclaiming: Mortgage Fees, Council Tax etc, Pensions, Annuities & Retirement Planning, Report Holiday Deals, Bargains & Special Offers, Martin's Blogs & Appearances & MoneySavingExpert in the News. A property built as a holiday home is already a dwellinghouse within Use Class C3, so a breach of a condition as to the period each year during which it can be occupied is subject to the 10-year rule. Would this qualify for separate dwelling status? Walls in good condition; roof, windows doors - all intact, but in poor condition. We intend to use it for agricultural storage if it remains on site. The seller confirms new windows and doors were installed to the front of the property over 4 years ago (2008) without planning permission or building regulations consent. So I converted the garage into a small house - two beds in the roof space, a tiny lounge, kitchen and bathroom. However, none of the judges in Swale pronounced any conclusion with regard to these propositions.In light of Sedley LJ’s remark quoted above, these assertions on behalf of the LPA in Swale would not appear to be supported by judicial authority, and my own view (in line with Brown v. Brush) would be that simple absence of the occupier would not be sufficient to show any discontinuity in the use, provided that the property remained fully furnished, and that personal possessions and clothing, etc. Does the 10 year apply or is it 4 years?We managed to get the decision referred to committee because we have a lot of local support but the planners managed to cast doubt in the committee members over the legality of our position and the vote went against us by one vote. I had planning permission but on recent examination the finished works were not precisely the same as the works submitted at planning (there is a difference in the agreed design of the roof, though no difference in total area). If any of these conditions are not met, then you will need to apply for planning permission. In answer to Helen Green, “It depends.” One could really only advise properly on this question in response to full professional instructions, because the detailed facts and circumstances will need to be carefully considered in order to reach a definitive answer. Thank you for any guidance you can give. An unauthorised dwelling (as opposed to a change of use to a dwelling) does not become immune until 10 years has elapsed, but the operations would be lawful after 4 years. we did the build and then had a BCN. A timely appeal under section 174 of the 1990 Act is the only way that the matter can be resolved, once an enforcement notice has been issued and served.If the enforcement notice has already taken effect (i.e. I have dealt with this topic in slightly more detail in my book The Essential Guide to the Use of Land and Buildings under the Planning Acts (in paragraph 13.15.2 of Chapter 13 on pages 168 – 169). I imagine their thinking is to retain employment possibilities.In some cases, these properties were originally built as dwelling houses, but were subsequently converted to C1 and C2 use. The rear of the building has been converted to a kitchen/living area with a separate bedroom and bathroom.We have no evidence of when it was converted other than statements from our neighbours, the builder and various friends and family who have stayed in the annex.Ariel photography proves the structure dating back to 2005 and google street maps dated 2009 shows the windows and doors to the annex.My question is does the 4 yr or 10 yr rule apply to the conversion of garage to an annex and would written statements and affidavits be ample proof of the use? we have complied with all conditions apart from one which is for a visibility splay, we can not comply with this as the splay is on next doors verge. 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. Steve’s suggestion that there has in fact been no change of use (and therefore no breach of planning control in that sense) might be a practical way of viewing the matter, but I think the outcome could be rather unpredictable if one were to run such an argument in an appeal. Any preliminary steps to enforcement action, investigations or Planning Contravention Notice, etc. 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 answer to this question is to be found in section 55 of the 1990 Act, which will tell you whether or not it is development and, if so, what type of development. The basic test that has to be passed is set down in Gravesham B.C. Many thanks for providing such a fantastic blog with excellent advice. [However, enforcement action can be taken within the 4-year period without resort to a PEO, no matter how long the LPA has been aware of the breach. I have several acres of land on which there is a 1930's house, last occupied in the 1960's. 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. However, residential occupation must then be continuous throughout the 4-year period - see Thurrock and Swale.The relevance of the date when the LPA becomes aware of this breach of planning control is that if they wish to apply to the magistrates’ court for a Planning Enforcement Order [PEO] to enable them to take enforcement action outside the 4-year period (on the grounds that the development was concealed to any extent), they must do so within six months of first having become aware of the breach. I and other neighbours are considering this option. 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). Can I check the position with regards to a garage attached to a house. Any thoughts? There is no definitive list of ways of proving compliance with the 4-year rule. Buying their own house was out of the question. 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). familiarise yourself with the latest version. Enforcement action could take the form of a Breach of Condition Notice, which would be very difficult to counter. It is always the 4-year rule that applies to building operations. Realistically, redoing the whole house! Your house Being in a conservation area might mean that your house is affected by special controls (called 'Article 4 Directions'). So it does look like the 4 year rule will not apply. My client is buying a property in a conservation area. Works have been completed in 2004 but no planning or conservation consent were obtained. I completed an extension some five years ago to a ground floor residential leasehold flat in a conservation area (the building is unlisted). I am a journalist, travel writer and mountain guide, and therefore when I "go to work" it's not 9-5, but 2-3 months on expeditions. It is bound to depend on the facts and circumstances in each case. [Caveat:From the facts as stated, there does seem to be a possible doubt as to the actual residential occupation of the flat, which might defeat a claim that it has become lawful.]. Could you please point me to the bit of the Act, or subsequent circulars, where the concept of "continuous use" is introduced? building works) that is substantially complete; or the use of a building, or part of a building, or use as a dwelling house It’s coming up to 4 years since the 7 studios were first let. I regret to say that the anonymous comment of 7 September got dumped in the ‘Spam’ bin by the system, from which I have just rescued it.I cannot comment on this matter in any detail (which would require formal professional instructions) but, in principle, working from home is capable of being a legitimate activity ancillary to the primary use of a house as a single private dwelling. 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! Enforcement action can no longer be taken once the unauthorised use has continued for four years without any enforcement action being taken • 10 years for all other development. Admittedly, these sort of things are often overlooked in practice, but I have known of cases where sales have fallen through because an alert surveyor or solicitor spotted the problem. 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. If the former 1) is the case, would the development not be subject to the planning permission regime and limits or any other alternative regime? An established firm of architects have advised simply to repair and move in, and wait for 4 years, another advised applying for planning.What would you advise?Thanking you in advance. I mentioned the conservatory reply to my friend. We are trying to establish if there is any risk of enforcement in the future. 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? The fact that the property lies within a preferred industrial area is wholly irrelevant. We recently applied for change of use agriculture to residential, and I think the planners have reluctantly accepted that our use is and has been agricultural and was so in March 2013. A building becomes immune from enforcement action 4 years after the structure has been substantially completed. I live in a block of four flats. Hello, This is a really useful site for information, thank you. In answer (rather belatedly) to "Bad Cricketer (3 September), an Article 4 Direction simply removes PD rights. When I can find the time, I really must have another look at this issue. Section 75 applies only to buildings lawfully erected with the benefit of planning permission. A Guide to Conservation Areas in Scotland. I believe this was done over 4 years ago, would it have needed planning permission and if yes would this now fall within the 4 year rule? It would very much depend on the detailed evidence. However, PINS have just accepted the appeal against the refusal to grant the CLEUD (presumably on the basis that at the time of the application there was no EN in force). The Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) promotes coordination of NRCS conservation activities with partners that offer value-added contributions to expand our collective ability to address on-farm, watershed, and regional natural resource concerns. So, either wait and see what happens, or set the legal rottweilers on them now by way of a pre-emptive strike. MartinI accept the findings of the Arun case (it being about 1 mile from me!) We often link to other websites, but we can't be responsible for their content. 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. You commented that the unit becoming a single private dwelling ought "in principle" to be covered by the 4-year rule. The effects of designation as a Conservation Area include the following: Applications for development in such areas are advertised in the local press and on site. To be brief, I live in an article 4 conservation area. There is no other guidance on the point of which I am aware.As to what constitutes an interruption in the continuity of the use so as to stop time running under the 4-year rule, and to re-set the clock at zero, this is very much a matter of fact and degree in each case. It seems thus that his actions were fraudulent, ie, he only applied for the sort of permission he was likely to get. 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. 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”. by Litwin & Smith, A Law Corporation in California. I rather suspect that this may be the case here, but if the building could not already be classed as a ‘dwellinghouse’ before that date, so that the breach of condition has resulted in the creation of a dwellinghouse, then the Court of Appeal decision in Arun confirms that the 4-year rule would apply in these circumstances.I have dealt with this point elsewhwre in this blog - see the entries relating to holiday lets. It has been continuously let for holiday rentals for the last 5 years – via an agent so easy to prove. Thanks. If an agricultural building is demolished and replaced with another agricultural building on the same footprint without consulting the LPA, then equipped as part residential/part domestic storage 3 years later, is that use subject to the 4-year or 10-year rule? I erected a conservatory 7 years ago and think it's now immune under the 4 year rule. We have been renting it out continuously for 5 years as a holiday let. I was wondering what to put on a certificate application?Thanks. Conservation area policies Local planning authorities are under a duty to formulate and publish proposals for the preservation and enhancement of conservation areas .Policies need to be developed which clearly identify what it is about the character or appearance of the area which should be preserved or enhanced and the means of achieving that objective. This rule applies to both the archery and firearms deer hunting seasons. whilst this does seem to be a correct interpretation of the Welwyn judgement is does seem to make a nonsense of the four year rule for residential use.a dwellinghosue as a building can be immune after 4 years but its use not until 10 years have passed.does anyone have a view on this? Is this a problem in regards to the definition of "continuous use". If there is a breach of condition then it is the 10-year rule that would apply in these circumstances.There is, however, a question mark over the alleged breach of condition. He was granted permission and the work is almost complete, but he has in fact built a self contained flat with kitchen, toilet/shower and bedroom. If so, then it is the 10-year rule that applies to this breach of condition. I own a live/work house with 28.7% allocated to B1 use and the remainder to C3 use. 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). Many thanks - DiolchCochyn. ]Deliberate deceit, deception or dishonest concealment might enable the LPA to take enforcement action outside the 4-year period without resort to a PEO, in reliance on the rule in Welwyn Hatfield (applying the Connor principle). 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. As such, the agreement of the Highway Authority to those works was sufficient in itself.However, the formation of an access to the highway (quite apart from the highway works themselves) might have required planning permission. However we have written proof that horses have always been kept on the land for the last 33 years without interruption along with a small number of sheep. I have planned a single storey rear extension and an outbuilding that fulfil all the requirements of PD in conservation areas and have researched this thoroughly. Under s171B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990, the local authority can only take enforcement action within four years of completion of any work which has been carried out without permission. 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. Editor, Marcus Herbert. Carrying out illegal works within a conservation area can be extremely serious. She has a grade 2 listed dwelling. 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