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This varies amongst States and even from Council to Council. As a general rule anything over 20m2 needs planning approval but it’s best to check with your local Council to clarify if any permits are required for your shed.
To qualify for and exemption as a Farm Shed, the shed should have to be a pre-engineered (included) steel building and used for agricultural purposes only.
Each of our products comes with a free 'Drafting Outline' ready to submit to Council should you need to apply for a permit.
Our recommendation is to call your local council for the local regulations regarding Farm Sheds and they will be able to advise on the necessary documentation you need to submit for the application process.
You may need to consider various other regulations including size, distances from boundaries and houses. Your local Council is best placed to advise you on these regulations.
On average, between 4 and 6 weeks. Most Councils now have an online tracking system, so if you have access to the internet you can easily see how your application is progressing.
We offer more than 30 year’s experience specialising in design and fabrication, that is 30 years of knowledge and experience that you receive when you choose an Allied Sheds product.
You may need to consider adding planning fees, earthworks, concrete and erection to your budget.
It is easy to find a licensed tradesman online. Simply visit www.licencedtrades.com.au and follow the prompts to find one in your local area.
We have teamed up with our friends at Metroll to ensure you get the cheapest price possible for delivery out of every capital city. You can always give us a call on 1300 910 353 if you have any questions about freight.
Yes! We can deliver to any postcode in Australia.
All our sheds come with a 15-year warranty.
Our buildings are designed to suit both concrete footing and slabs.
Our structural steel sheds are individually custom engineered and fabricated at our state-of-the-art premises. Our steel structures are fully welded whereas other kit sheds are built with cold rolled C-purlins bolted together.
Shed Safe Accreditation is only applicable to manufacturers of cold rolled C-purlin sheds. Allied Shed structures are built in structural steel, a material that goes beyond every Shed Safe criteria and exceeds all applicable regulations.
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