Utility room in garage

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Morning all!

Current exploring building a stud wall with doorway halfway down my garage to create a small utility room to keep a condensor dryer and extra freezer in, along with some cupboards for storage.

Currently the garage has a fire door leading to the kitchen, which will remain in place, and a new door will be put in the stud wall to maintain access to the garage.

There won't be any radiators or running water.

Will I need any building control visits / planning permission for this?

Also - the gas and electricity meters are in the part of the garage I want to create the utility room in - can these stay or would I have to have them moved?

Thanks
 
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Strictly, this will need building regulations approval and the fire precautions built into the partition between the garage and the utility room.

If you can't use the garage for a car then there may be planning issues. Check the permitted development rights for the property and for any planning conditions on the original planning approval.

The meters won't need relocating.
 
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Thanks for this. I've never been able to fit a car in anyway, it's way too narrow.

I'll give them a check, thanks
 

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