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Do I need planning permission for a mobile home on my own land in Ireland?
Mobile homes are considered development and thus require planning permission. This means you cannot place a mobile home in a back garden without first obtaining planning permission for this.
Can you live in a mobile home on your own land in Ireland?
Yes, you can put a caravan on your land in Ireland, but on a temporary basis only. Thus, if you are camping in a caravan on your own land: You can stay in the caravan for a maximum of 10 days; The caravan must be placed at least 50m away from a public road unless there is a wall/bank/hedge of at least 1.5m.
Can you put a mobile home on agricultural land Ireland?
Your only option is to apply for planning permission for a temporary structure. You will then have to consider permanent services such as a waste treatment plant, electricity-supply connection and connection to a water supply.
Can I put a mobile home on land without planning permission?
Mobile Homes and Caravans can be sited and used in a garden without the need for express planning consent. If the use is not considered part of, or incidental to, the house, then a ‘material change of use’ may have occurred. In either case, planning permission will be required.
Can you live in a mobile home on your own land UK?
Can I put a mobile home on my own land? Even if you own land to put a mobile home on, you will need planning permission and a site licence, which you can obtain by writing to the council. The page on renting or buying a mobile home on a site explains what you should consider when looking at sites.
How long can you live in a caravan on your own land?
As one local council put it: “NSW legislation may permit you to have no more than two caravans, campervans or tents if you plan for someone to stay in them for a short-term (up to 48 hours at a time) for no more than 60 days a year.”
Can I live in a mobile home on my own land UK?
Do you need planning permission for a static caravan on your own land?
If the good life is beckoning and you want to live in a static caravan on a plot of private land, it will be necessary to apply for planning permission. When it’s not within the garden footprint of the home, gaining planning permission for a static caravan can still be possible.