Part 2 - Do I need planning permission for fencing
When You require Planning permission
If the fence height including Trellis exceeds 2-metres (2-metres = 6.56ft) above ground level.
A conservative estimate for planning permission for fencing which exceeds 2-metres can be approximately £150 - £300 and in some instances depending on the location, surroundings, area and requirements, substantially more.
If the fence height exceeds 1-metre (3.28ft) and is next to a highway used by vehicles.
The planning portal state planning is also required in the event the individual’s right to put up a fence or alter walls or gates is removed by an article 4 direction or planning condition.
In short, an Article 4 Direction effectively restricts permitted development rights, which translates into a lot of things people do to their property or land without planning permission and assume will be OK, are bought into the realms needing to acquire planning consent.
Development is not permitted if within the curtilage of, or to a gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure surrounding, a listed building. If the fence is installed in an AONB or a conservation area, do discuss plans with the local parish council.