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Hi All,
I am planning on insulation the internal walls of our double garage - has permission as a granny annexe.

Two of the walls are existing solid walls.
I am planning on insulating them with 50mm foil faced insulation.

My question - is a ventilation gap required between the insulation and plasterboard or could I just use insulated plasterboard?

Also would the foil act as a vapour barrier.

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What was specified on the drawings submitted for planning permission?

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