What were the simpler questions :?::D
What is the proposed use of the building:?: It would be quite a big garage :!:
Can't resist asking but what sort of bricklaying course did you do if you think you can build only outer leaf up to lintel level :?::!:
:eek:How do you end up with a 600mm deep fascia:?:
Can you check the external wall construction next time you are at the Tudor mansion :?::D
Well, Planning, Highways and parish council now - good luck with that :!:
You don't believe in lateral restraint to walls then. Do 'woody regs' have any maximum permitted length and height for unrestrained walls :?:
Woof. If building control still accepted roof timber sizes as given in the tables in superseded Part A ,yes. I don't think we know the...
An architect or architectural technician would prepare construction drawings but as building control require structural engineer's calculations...
Yes, as bldg. regs AD /A.
Also fire resisting wall construction and fire doors to rooms off the protected route and smoke detectors at each floor level of course.
or apply for planning permission .
What a crazy system if Permitted Development Rights take precedence over something that has already been refused planning permission :!:
I would get somebody to actually do it who knows what they are doing :!:
Employ somebody to prepare construction drawings of a traditional site formed timber roof for you if that is how you prefer to do it.
Consent condition stating work to be carried out in accordance with the approved plans is normal. If you don't want something to form part of the...
The internal return to a window is only about 150mm in one of the photos :!:
Insulated cavity closers are required around openings in external walls.
Can these 'woody regulations ' be used to apply for a relaxation of the building regulations on ventilation of roofs :?::D
Assuming there is a steel ridge beam :!: The proposed roof construction isn't clear to me.
Going down to the ground floor it will almost certainly be structural.
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