Planning Permission for wood burning stoves in Cambridgeshire

One question we are often asked is ‘Do I need planning permission for my wood burning stove in Cambridge’ and the answer is generally yes, especially for buildings within┬áConservation Areas, and listed buildings require listed building consent.

It is always advisable to check with your local authority whether they require an application to be made before deciding to proceed.

An amendment to the planning rules was introduced in October 2008, when the permitted development rights of householders were extended; in the majority of cases, twinwall flues can now be added to houses outside the National Park boundary without requiring planning consent, providing they do not face the road.

 

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