- Mr Sheppard who purchased a Clovelly 3x3 Log Cabin said "When it arrived the number of components was amazing, however sorting them into walls and in reverse number order made building it easy. It took three days from start to finish, I did order the shingle tiles which took longer but look great. Had some minor issues with the quality of the flooring which was resolved reasonably quickly.
- Mr Richards who purchased a Wooden 4x6 Log Cabin said "Martin has just installed a 6 x 4 Log Garage and I couldn't be more happy with the results. Excellent garage and amazing price and service. Will definitely be using them again. Thanks Simon"
- Mr Davies who purchased a Camborne 5x3 Log Cabin said "Only 2 weekends work for myself and my 11 year old son to errect and be weather proof. Even Tom worked out the numbering system for assembling the logs."
- Brian Sandiford who purchased a Wales 5x4 Log Cabin said "Although a little later than expected, the delivery driver made up for the delay by working hard to off load his lorry safely and in a timely manner. Overall am very pleased with eh my new cabin"
- Mr Norman who purchased a Oxford Budget Log Cabin said "A great product and a great service, thanks"
- Mr Cooper who purchased a Club House Log Cabin said "Very pleased with our new garden cabin. An easy transaction"
19 Manor Road
West Sussex RH19 1LP
Planning Permission :
It is our understanding that the following are issues concerning planning permission.
- The Cabin should be more than 5 metres from the main dwelling and up to 50% of the remaining
garden can be utilised with this type of building.
- The roof line to be lower than 4metres, if a pitched roof
- Overall height from ground level to ridge must not exceed more than 2.5 metres within a 2 metre
range of any boundary. A building with overall height exceeding 2.5 mtrs in height and placed
within 2 mtrs of any boundary will require planning permission.
- Height of the eaves must not exceed 2.5 mtrs
- No verandas higher than 30cms from ground level.
Other Restrictions :
- Covenants may exist to restrict siting of a Cabin.
- If you are in a conservation area or a listed property it is best to check with your Local Authority
Use the Planning, A Guide for Householders and the Planning
Permission for Outbuildings to assist your enquiries.
If there's any doubt, you should contact your local planning authority before you begin work.
Disclaimer: this is an introductory guide and is not a definitive source of legal
NOTE: This guidance relates to the planning regime for England. Policy in Wales
may differ. If in doubt contact your Local Planning Authority.
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