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Cycle Parking guidance notes

9.6 The first preference for such storage areas is to the rear of the property. However where this is not possible it may exceptionally be appropriate, subject to the shape and size of the front garden, to design a suitable enclosure at the front of the property.

Terraced Houses
9.7 Where they are of sufficient size, cycle storage can be provided within internal garages if available, otherwise garden sheds, or well designed storage areas (which could double up for refuse storage), matching the design and materials of the house can be used.

Flats
9.8 Storage within flats is not normally acceptable as storage space is at a premium. Individual or communal secure cycle sheds should be located to the side or rear of the property. These can be used for other secure storage purposes if this is the choice of the occupants, but should be in addition to refuse storage areas.