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					                                PERMITTED DEVELOPMENT
                                        IN THE
                                     ISLE OF MAN

         Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development)
                                                Order 2005
Installation, alteration or replacement of a satellite antennae

            OPERATIONS WITHIN THE CURTILAGE OF A DWELLING
The above Order allows for the installation, alteration or replacement of a satellite
antenna within the curtilage of a dwelling, provided that the property is outside a
Conservation Area and is not Registered, and that on completion of the works;

                                                SATELLITE ANTENNAE
(a)       there would be no more than one satellite antenna on, or within the curtilage of,
          the dwelling;
(b)       if mounted on the ground, no part of the antenna would be between the dwelling
          and any highway which bounds the curtilage UNLESS you have sufficient garden
          or land that the antenna could be placed at least 20m away from that highway
          bounding the curtilage;
(c)       if mounted on the dwelling or any other building or structure within its curtilage,
          the antenna must not be visible from any highway which bounds the curtilage.
On Condition that there is no lettering, logo or other advertising matter marked on or
attached to the antenna.
DEFINITION
“Highway” means “a highway maintainable at the public expense, which shall be
construed in accordance with schedule 3 of the Highways Act 1986, and includes any
part of a highway”; this includes a public footpath.


                OPERATIONS ON A BUILDING OTHER THAN A DWELLING
  The Order also allows for the installation, alteration or replacement of satellite antennae
  on buildings other than residential dwellings. Provided that the building is situated
  outside a Conservation Area and is not Registered, and;
          (a)    the size of the antenna (excluding any projecting feed element) measured in
                 any direction does not exceed 90cm; and
          (b)    on completion of the operations the antenna is not visible on an elevation of
                 the building and able to be seen from any highway bounding the curtilage of
                 the building.
  On Condition that there is no lettering, logo or other advertising matter marked on or
  attached to the antenna.
If what you propose does not comply with all the requirements set out, planning
permission is needed and a formal planning application must be made. Please turn over
to see what you need to do.



      Extracted from The Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) Order 2005   PDG8
      Class 22 and 34. Statutory Document No. 671/05
      November 16th 2005
Form PA1 must therefore be completed and the Planning Department provided with
four full copies of the form and its supporting information.

Each copy must be supported by;
A Site Location Plan This is a current, up to date plan used to identify the property
(these can be provided by the Planning & Building Control Directorate). This plan must
be at a scale of at least 1:1250 for rural areas and 1:500 for urban and indicate the
boundary of the site of the proposed development in red, with a blue outline showing
the extent of any additional land within the applicants ownership/control. The plan must
have a North point annotated and show the nearest road junction or other familiar point
of reference.
A Site Plan        Shows the boundaries of the curtilage of the building or the building
as extended and its relationship to adjoining boundaries (including written dimensions
from each side of the building to its relevant boundary), along with the size, position and
use of every other building or proposed building within that curtilage. These should be
provided at a scale of 1:50 or 1:100.
Drawings           Drawings should clearly show the proposed development, and the site
and buildings as they presently exist. All elevations and drawings should be annotated
with the North point and scale.
Photographs can sometimes be appropriate and helpful in clarifying a proposal.

A Schedule of drawings should be provided detailing the drawing reference number and
date of all plans submitted in support of the application.
Should any plans be missing or the application is not supported with adequate
and clear site plans outlining all the works proposed, the Department will
refuse to accept the application and will return it.

The relevant fee – There is a separate schedule on fees.

Copies of the application forms will be forwarded to the
a) Local Authority of the District, available for public scrutiny.
b) The Department of Transport, Highways.

A third copy will be retained as the working copy for the Planning Office and upon which
the Planning Committee will make its determination. The fourth is retained at the
reception of the offices of the Department for public reference until a decision becomes
final. At which point this „counter copy‟ will be returned to the applicant or their agent.

Should you require it, the Planning Officer for the area is able to advise you about
planning issues relative to the proposal prior to submission and the best way in which to
proceed with your application. Such advice must not be taken as official approval or
permission and is without prejudice to any decision of the Department determined via a
formal application.
More detailed Guidance Notes on the planning process and the completion of an
application form are available via the Department‟s website www.gov.im DOI, Planning
and Building Control, or by calling at the Reception of the Planning and Building Control
Division.




   Extracted from The Town and Country Planning (Permitted Development) Order 2005    PDG8
   Class 22 and 34. Statutory Document No. 671/05
   November 16th 2005

				
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