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A frequent question among customers who want to buy a garden shed is “Is it obligatory to get a council approval for building a shed?”. And it is a right decision to ask your shed builder about all the local regulations you should know before building a shed in your home.
Usually it is not demanded to have a council approval for building some storage shed in your garden in case you come over certain minimal requirements.
Even if you don’t have time or wish to do a paperwork concerning a building permit, you can find a company providing garden sheds in Australia which has not only 30 years’ experience supplying Victorians with sheds of high quality and all sizes but will take care of the application process for you and do everything you need starting from your garden shed design, permit and installation.
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Though council regulations usually differ, there are some general rules concerning some areas of Australia.
There are some circumstances when you don’t have to obtain any council approval to place a garden shed in your home:
- If your shed in no more than 10 square meters;
- is not more than 3m in height, or no more than 2.4m in height within 1m of the boundary; and
- If you want to locate your shed no more than 9 meters from the front street;
When you live in bushfire prone area, you must build you shed with inflamable material and no closer than 6 meters to another building.
If you need a large shed to use for some more functions than just a storage for tools, it is a requirement to have council approval for that purpose. The easiest way to do this will be to apply to licensed and experienced companies for the supply and installation of your shed. They can provide you with all the necessary papers so you’ll be able to use your shed even as a workshop or home office.