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Do you need planning permission


If you are going to build an extension or make other changes to your house in Ireland, you may need planning permission. Generally minor changes such as those listed below do not need planning permission but you should always make absolutely certain that you don't need planning permission before you start building. Failure to obtain planning permission where it is required can result in penalties (i.e., significant fines or even imprisonment). Your local authority will be able to advise you about this.


Generally, you will not need planning permission for:



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