You don’t necessarily need separate Planning Permission to use land for a beer garden or drinking terrace.
However, the moment you want to put anything on that land – whether it is tables and chairs, signs, parasols or a smoking shelter – you may be required to get planning permission.
When considering these types of application, the council will consider the noise and visual impact your proposed use of the land will have on your neighbours.
As one of the country’s leading entertainment venue solicitors, we can help you evaluate the need for planning permission in your case and make any necessary applications on your behalf.
Formal permission from a local authority for the erection or alteration of buildings or similar development or for the change of use of land from one designated purpose to another.