IF YOU WANT AN EXTENSION-QUALITY GARDEN ROOM THAT CREATES A BETTER ENVIRONMENT FOR YOU AND ADDS VALUE TO YOUR HOUSE PRICE 
Building regulations approval and planning permission are two separate processes that are required for most building projects in the UK. 
 
Building regulations approval is a legal requirement that ensures that new buildings and renovations meet certain standards for health and safety, energy efficiency, and accessibility. Building regulations approval is required for most building projects, including new builds, extensions, and renovations. There are some exceptions to this rule, however. For example, a garden room that is built using certain types of materials and that meets certain size and location criteria and isn't required to be a 'habitable room' may be exempt from building regulations approval. 
 
Planning permission, on the other hand, is a process that determines whether a proposed development is in line with the local area's development plan and other policies. Planning permission is required for most new builds, extensions, and significant renovations, and it must be obtained before building regulations approval can be granted. Whether or not you need planning permission for your garden room will depend on a number of factors, including the size of the garden room, its location, and how it will be used. 
 
In general, building regulations approval focuses on the technical aspects of a building project, while planning permission focuses on the wider impacts of the project on the local area. It is important to obtain both building regulations approval and planning permission before starting any building work in the UK. 
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