Planning permission for wooden cabin kits depends on many things such as what size is your cabin going to be and what are you using the cabin for in some cases you are not going to require planning permission but you may need building control approval. there are many differences between building control and planning permission which is very confusing but as a general rule if your log cabin is going to be a residential home where some one is going to permanently living, then it is very likely that planning permission will be needed for this log cabin. Building control regulations is generally an approval and safeguard that of any construction work carried out is in accordance with all building regulation that are currently in force today. It may be that your garden cabin or cabin office would not need any building control or planning permission but it is always best to check as the location of your cabin could make a difference.
The recommended advised is to approach your local planning office who will be able to help with any question and answers about planning permission for the building you are going to buy before you go ahead with the development of any log cabin or garden building, or for more information on planning and building permission go to the government website.