I've looked at the Planning Portal website and wasn't able to find anything specific, so I was hoping someone here would be able to offer advice.
I have an outbuilding that I'm not doing anything with which is large enough for a garage deep enough for 2 cars. I'd like to have it converted, which as far as structural changes go will only involve knocking in a wall and adding a garage door.
The issue I have is that the wall I would be replacing is right on the boundary and the garage would open directly onto the pavement. I know I will need to get a door that doesn't extrude from the building whilst it's opening, but would this still be allowed?
Currently we use a driveway which runs parallel to the outbuilding and opens up onto the same pavement. We would hope to block this off and convert the driveway to garden space.
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