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New Shed in Field

  • 15-10-2021 8:59am
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    Registered Users Posts: 2,978 ✭✭✭ dashoonage


    Hi all

    The owner of the field behind my home place has decided to put up a shed right up against my mothers hedge. its not a big shed but very high, the hedge is about 10ft and this is above it , I've looked online and I'm unsure if this would come under farm exemptions or not ?

    Just to add, there is no planning permission for this, it wont be used to house animals either.

    Cheers


    D



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  • Moderators, Regional North West Moderators Posts: 43,726 Mod ✭✭✭✭ muffler


    Depends on the use, distance between it and any house and distance from other farm sheds. They can be exempt up to 7 m high. The usage is the most important factor in determining if it's exempt.



  • Registered Users Posts: 2,978 ✭✭✭ dashoonage


    thanks , its about 35m from the back of the house and my best guess would be storage of machinery or hay.



  • Registered Users Posts: 183 ✭✭ JimmyAlfonso


    I know farmers in my area throw up sheds all the time and I've even seen a new green field milking parlour built without planning permission so the farmer most likely won't have given much consideration.

    I'm not familiar with exemptions but I would expect there to be a distance the shed has to be away from a boundary fence at a minimum to comply with any planning or exemptions, especially considering the height. Farmers obviously will jam it up against the ditch so they don't have to waste ground.



  • Moderators, Regional North West Moderators Posts: 43,726 Mod ✭✭✭✭ muffler


    There's some leaflets available and this one on agricultural buildings should give you an idea. https://www.opr.ie/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Planning-Leaflet-9-Agricultural-and-Farm-Development-The-Planning-Issues.pdf

    The relevant text is ...

    "Type 4: A store, barn, shed, glasshouse etc., not exceeding 300 square metres in floor area and not used for housing animals or storing effluent, provided that the total floor area of all Type 4 structures within the farmyard complex (or within 100 metres of the complex) does not exceed 900 square metres"



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