Friday, November 21, 2008

Effect of new planning regulations

An interesting post by Fraser at cabin-living where he says that requests in the UK are starting to rise for cabins under 2.5m high. He continues:
"As we suspected the planning rules are starting to affect those people who do not wish to place a cabin away from a boundary. At the moment we have two solutions. On site modification during our installation process or a bespoke range of 44mm thick walled cabins that can be made to your specification."
Interestingly, he adds that demand is still strong despite all the doom and gloom around because, as he points out, the combination of commuting costs and a stagnant housing market makes the opportunity to be a shedworker very tempting indeed. More information on planning permission regulations here.

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