Article 3 and 4 directions
Article 3 directions remove permitted development rights where an environmental impact assessment is needed. You may still be able to carry out the work but you will need to apply for planning permission.
Article 4 directions apply to certain areas and restrict permitted development rights. This means you will need to apply for planning permission.
Article 3 direction
Article 4 directions
Article 4 directions since 2010
In 2010 changes were made to the Town and Country Planning general permitted development Article 4 legislation.
Moreton in Marsh Hospital, Hospital Road, Moreton in Marsh
Article 4 (1) directions
These are not limited to conservation areas.
Land at Weston Subedge
A new Article 4(1) Direction was made on Thursday 11 May in relation to Land Parcel West of St Lawrence’s Church, Church Street, Weston Subedge, Gloucestershire. Comments were invited on the Article 4(1) Direction within the 21-day representation period from Friday 19 May to 5pm on Thursday 8 June. All comments will be taken into consideration prior to the Direction being confirmed.
Donnington - Waterhead Barn
Lower Slaughter - Land adjacent to the Mill Class II / IV
Lower Slaughter - Land adjacent to the Mill Class V / VI / VII / XXII
Lower Slaughter - Land near Washbourne's Place Class IV
Lower Slaughter - Land near Washbourne's Place Class VI
Lower Slaughter - Land N. of Coach and Manor Houses Class IV
Lower Slaughter - Land N. of Coach and Manor Houses VI / XXII
Ozleworth - Land at Lower Barn
Article 4 (2) directions
Before the 2010 change in legislation, these were used in conservation areas, to ensure that inappropriate development that might harm the conservation area does not take place. They usually only apply to certain properties in the conservation area. The specific article 4(2) direction describes works that require planning consent. These might include replacing windows or removing stone roofing slates.
Bourton on the Water