- Mr Carey who purchased a Devon 4x3 Log Cabin said "It would have been helpful if a little more written detail was provided explaining completion of the roof, however Garden Adventure responded immediately over the phone and gave excellent advice."
- Mr Norman who purchased a Oxford Budget Log Cabin said "A great product and a great service, thanks"
- Mr David who purchased a Oxford Budget Log Cabin said "Really pleased with lead times on products and customer service is second to none. I would recomend Garden Adventure to my family and friends. The log cabin looks amazing!!!"
- Lorraine Taylor who purchased a Rumak 4x3 Log Cabin said "Really pleased that I didn't need anybody here to help off load the cabin like first suggested to me "
- Nick Ray who purchased a Club House Log Cabin said "Great service and thanks for the prompt delivery. Your price was in line with the retail price on the manufacturer's website, other retailers were quoting a vastly inflated mark-up. I'm now just waiting for a sunny day to put it together!"
- George McLauchlan who purchased a Devon 3x4 Log Cabin said "Devon arrived well packed and was built very quickly. Everything fitted very well and we are happy with our new garden building"
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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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