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Last edited 10 Oct 2017
Renting parking spaces
- Whether it results in a material change in the use of the space. This will depend on whether a space is used in a significantly different way to how a parking space would normally be used (irrespective of the identity of the driver). For example, if by renting out spaces, it causes a notable public or neighbour nuisance. A local planning authority will make this decision based on relevant facts and on a case by case basis.
- Whether there are any other relevant planning considerations, such as planning conditions, which impose restrictions that prevent parking spaces being rented out.
Ref Planning Guidance, What is Development, 19 March 2013.
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