Shed Rules

Guidelines on Allotment Structures

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SHEDS;

The following specifications are required for those who wish to erect an allotment shed;

Construction;

Must be from timber

Base;

May be timber or slabs – floated concrete is not permitted.

Maximum dimensions;

8 foot long by 6 foot wide and 8 foot 6 inches high – external dimensions.

Permission required;

The above and the following are a guide only – no shed may be erected until an application has been made to the Brancaster Allotments Society Committee and permission has been granted. email your application.

Please note the following;

All buildings must be constructed of new or perfectly sound materials.

The use of the following materials is specifically prohibited;

Bricks or blocks (other than loose as a base)

Asbestos

Hardboard

Sheet metal

Corrugated iron

Any building erected which is found upon inspection to be unsatisfactory or unsightly will be required to be removed.

Shed may only be used to store tools, materials and other items which are directly related to the use of the allotment plot. The final decision as to what is appropriate lies with the committee.

Colour to be a natural colour as approved by the committee.

GREENHOUSES;

A greenhouse may be erected (subject to the forgoing) to a maximum size of 8 foot by 6 foot.

OTHER STRUCTURES;

No building or structure (such as polytunnels,fruit cages,chicken coops) may be erected until an application has been made to the Brancaster Allotment Society Committee and permission has been granted.

Please email your application to John Gregory.

Any structure erected on an allotment plot should have regard to neighbouring plots, particularly with regard to shading.

05/03/2014

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