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I want to put a pergola on my terrace of 4.50 x 3 80. Do I have to make a request to the Town Hall?

In theory, a fully open pergola does not create a living space and is therefore not a building, especially if it is easily removable and lightweight materials (wood, wrought iron, etc.).

On the other hand, it must be verified that this type of construction does not enter into a case of restriction provided for by the land use plan (POS), the local urban plan (PLU) or by a subdivision or by-law. co-ownership of residence in the area.

It may be prudent to file a preliminary declaration of work, especially if the pergola causes a change in appearance of the facade.

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  • Questions answers
    • How to make a terrace usable?
    • What to do in case of non-compliance with PLU (Local Urban Plan)?
    • Problems with the town hall for a declaration of work
    • How to choose a climatic pergola?

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