To build a komplementbyggnad on the plot without the hassle of dealing with building permits was something that a lot of swedes obviously suktat after.
today is a garden shed at each and every villa and cottage plot. Also attefallshusen becoming more and more every year. But any solution to the housing crisis, which was one of the intentions with the reform, they seem not to have contributed to. Most attefallarna used for other things.
expanded friggebodens allowed the surface to fifteen square meters. Such a set up, I stugtomten in Roslagen. The idea was that it could serve as a guest cottage. In reality it became the most a storage room. Especially during the winter, then båtdynor, life vests, building materials and furniture are packed into.
Now, the children start to grow up. The son longs to move into the garden shed. But where are we going to do with all the gadgets?
Now it has occurred to me that it is allowed to build even a attefallshus of 25 square meters on the plot despite the fact that there is already a garden shed. This even on plots that are already used throughout their development right.
in order not to disturb the neighbors too much? Such a house must be four feet high. Then you get to the spot with a loft also. Admittedly, there are no waters in the vicinity whose views of the house would be able to obscure, but four feet is still four metres.
another thought is to build out the garden shed to a attefallshus. Then there is still a room left for a storage room of ten square meters. Now see it out as attefallshusets area will be expanded to 30 square meters after the summer. So it would be foolish to build out only ten square meters now.
it is Clear that the hustillverkarna already have lots of attefallsmodeller of 30 square to careen as soon as the team changed.
in the countryside is one thing, but how preserve you grannfriden in villakvartereren in the town when everyone wants to pop up a four-meter-high building of 30 square on his little patch of grass? I suspect that most people are very sympathetic to their own plans, but not as accommodating when the neighbor wants to put up an equal full-house on the other side of the fence.
Maybe there was still a view that you previously need to seek planning permission to build new houses, even if they are not so big?
the New case-law: the Neighbors have the right to appeal Attefallare
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