Does a temporary structure require planning permission?
Unfortunately, legislation surrounding planning permission for temporary structures isn’t simple. However, in short if you plan to use the temporary structure for 28 days or more then planning permission WILL be required. Often the application is just a formality especially if the structure is going to be erected on business premises and is in keeping with the business operation being practiced there.
We recommend you look up more about planning permissions with your local planning authority.
We are happy to help guide you through this process with any relevant paperwork etc.
How long can a temporary structure be up for?
As long as you need it! Our structures are manufactured and built to last whether your requirements is 3 months, 3 years or 10 years we can recommend the most robust solution to meet your requirements.
Can you heat and cool a temporary structure?
Yes, you can. We recommend in either circumstance our double-walled air-filled pockets roof for ultimate climate control.
Can a temporary structure be installed in any location?
Yes. As long as you have the relevant planning permissions (where applicable) the beauty of a temporary structures is that it can indeed be installed anywhere.
Can a temporary structure be installed on any surface?
Yes. A solid concrete base does provide the most optimum surface, we are however experienced at erecting temporary structures onto all types of surface including hard core, tarmac and grass.
What is the difference between a temporary structure and a temporary building?
Nothing! It’s just different terminology that different companies use. We call them temporary structures as we believe this best describes their main USP which is that they are “temporary” – they can be installed rapidly and used for short term or long-term requirements.
Are your site visits free of charge?
Yes! This is all part of the service. Wherever you are in the country one of our experienced members of staff will come and visit your site and have a detailed talk through your requirements before proposing the best solution for you.