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    New workshop

    Well after a hectic few months selling the farm and moving back into town, it was time for a project. Many thanks to @ebf for his help. I can thoroughly recommend these buildings.

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    Good to see you've got your safety jandals on ha ha.


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    Maybe a bit late but I didn't think you could build that close to a boundry.....
    Iv been building shelves and trying to organize my shed in my safety jandles.
    There is never enough room.

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    It looks like a temporary structure to me. Sits on rails ??


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    Quote Originally Posted by bully View Post
    Maybe a bit late but I didn't think you could build that close to a boundry.....
    Iv been building shelves and trying to organize my shed in my safety jandles.
    There is never enough room.
    Yeah I had the legalities all checked out before I purchased. It's a temporary structure and can be moved. It has no services connected to it and will never be used as a dwelling.

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    We had a mate make something similar and about the same size, and he added a lifting eye to the corners so a Hiab could lift it if needed just in case council guy queried temporary etc. Council guy noticed lifting hooks and was happy. (Didnt notice there was no way a Hiab could get into the yard to get close enough to lift it though.....)
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    I know a hiab can get in and lift it because it delivered the package there.


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    Who makes the kitset @kiwi39 ?

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    New workshop

    These guys. http://www.outpostbuildings.co.nz @Pointer



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    Just had a look on their site. Got a good range of sheds. I like em.


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    I can testify that you get a very well thought out shed, extremely well made and easily put together. It's definitely a two man job though.

    I think they'd make an awesome hut.


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    What are the specs on that? Length and height and width?
    Make a good woodshed/ shed/ cave all in one
    Looks great
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