Class F1 (Learning and non-residential institutions) incorporates elements further elements of the previous D1 use class and is for:
Use Class F1 (Learning and non-residential institutions)
Use Class F1 was recently introduced in England following the amendments to the Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended)
Class F1 (Learning and non-residential institutions)
Any use not including residential use —
(a) for the provision of education,
(b) for the display of works of art (otherwise than for sale or hire),
(c) as a museum,
(d) as a public library or public reading room,
(e) as a public hall or exhibition hall,
(f) for, or in connection with, public worship or religious instruction,
(g) as a law court.
Change of use – Use Class F1
Other uses, such as medical or health services, that were also in Class D1 now fall under Class E (Commercial, Business and Service) with a range of other similar uses.
Use class F1 examples
At Plande, we have been involved with a variety of learning and non-residential institution projects, which now fall under Use Class F1, including new build, extensions and mixed-use buildings comprising multiple uses.
The following are a sample of interesting or challenging projects.
Disclaimer: This page provides an introduction only and is not a definitive statement of the law and should therefore not be relied upon. The information above relates to England only. Policies across the rest of the UK may differ. Contact your Local Planning Authority for advice and confirmation before any works are carried out. All images used are for illustrative purposes only. Read the full disclaimer here.
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