All the following conditions must be observed:
- Equipment should be sited, so far as is practicable, to minimise the effect on the amenity of the area.
- When no longer needed the equipment should be removed as soon as reasonably practicable.
All the following limits must be met:
Only the first stand alone solar installation will be permitted development. Further installations will require planning permission from the local authority.
- No part of the installation should be higher than 4m.
- The installation should be at least 5m from the boundary of the property.
- The size of the array should be no more that 9 square metres or 3m wide by 3m deep.
- Panels should not be installed within the boundary of a listed building or a scheduled monument.
- If the property is in an Article 2(3) designated area* no part of the solar installation should be nearer to any highway bounding the grounds of the property than the part of the building that is nearest to that highway.
* Designated land includes national parks and the Broads, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, conservation areas and World Heritage Sites.
Note - If you are a leaseholder you may need to get permission from your landlord, freeholder or management company.