Do I need a permit to build a shed? An agricultural building is a building that must meet a number of rules of the Code urbanism and the Code rural. Obtaining a planning permission is therefore subject to the same rules as other non-agricultural buildings, namely compliance with a floor area limit, a maximum height, but also the conditions of removal from to third parties.
There are two types of agricultural buildings: livestock buildings and their annexes, and constructions for agricultural purposes, such as storage sheds (crops, products and equipment), packaging buildings, as well as tobacco kilns. A building permit is not mandatory for all construction situations. When your project is a new building, the filing of a planning permission is only required for areas of more than 20 m² (prior declaration below).
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In the case of an extension to an existing building (except farm platforms) to create an additional floor area, it is cumulated with the old surface and will be subject to a deposit. You are not required to use an architect if the total floor area is less than 800 m² in the case of farm buildings. In the case of production greenhouses, they must not exceed 4 m in height and a floor area of 2,000 m².