GN14-21 Permitted Development Rights: Additional temporary uses of land - Wales only

The Welsh Government have recently revised the Permitted Development Rights (PDR) in respect to temporary uses of land amongst other PDR. This Guidance Note looks specifically at Class A rights in respect of land. Prior to this temporary amendment, one is able to use land for up to 28 days per calendar year without the need for Planning Permission, in most cases, there are exceptions which are covered in the Note. This amendment grants for 2021, a further 28 days (or 14 days depending on the use) thus totalling 56 days (or 28 days) PDR for such uses, as temporary camp sites using tents. This measure brings Wales broadly in line with England over this temporary extension.

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