The Lagoon Range: A New Kind of Design for Mobile Homes
Are you looking for a modern, spacious design for your mobile home, caravan, or timber frame building? Look no further than the Lagoon Range! This range features real stone cladding and Driftwood Timber Stakes to create a unique look that is both modern and beautiful. Plus, these structures are low cost, available as kit builds, and no planning permission is required when used in a garden by a member of the household. Keep reading to learn more about this exciting new range!
What Makes The Lagoon Range So Special?
The Lagoon Range offers an innovative take on architectural design for mobile homes, caravans, prefabricated houses, and garden lodges. With its combination of real stone cladding and Driftwood Timber Stakes, this range has a unique look that is sure to stand out from the crowd. But this range isn’t just about looks – it also features a spacious layout and is available as a kit build for self builders and developers. These structures are also relatively low cost compared to other options on the market today.
Plus, no planning permission is required when using these structures in your garden if it is occupied by a member of your household. And best of all? The Lagoon Range is made right here in the UK by bespoke manufacturers who specialize in mobile homes, static caravans and timber frame buildings. So you can trust that you’re getting quality materials made with precision and care.
Where Can You Find The Lagoon Range?
The Lagoon Range can be found at select retailers throughout the UK. Whether you’re looking for mobile homes or prefabricated houses for sale in England or Scotland – or even Ireland – we have locations throughout all three countries so you can find one near you easily! Just head over to our website to find out which retailers carry this amazing new range of architectural designs.
If you’re looking for an innovative way to add style and sophistication to your next project – while still keeping costs low – then look no further than the Lagoon Range! This new range of architectural designs includes real stone cladding and Driftwood Timber Stakes that combine to create a unique look that will stand out from the crowd. Plus these structures are low cost prices with no planning permission required when used in a garden by a member of your household - making them perfect for self builders or developers who want quality materials without breaking the bank. So what are you waiting for? Visit our website today to find out where you can get your hands on this stunning new range!
Can you live in a static caravan on your own land?
Are you considering living in a static caravan on your own land? It's a common question for those who are looking for an affordable way to live, or for those who are renovating their property and need temporary accommodation. However, before you go ahead with your plans, there are a few things you should consider.
Firstly, it's important to understand that there are different rules and regulations when it comes to living in a static caravan on your own land. In most cases, if you want to temporarily move into a static caravan whilst building or renovating a property, most councils will allow this. However, this will typically only be permitted on a temporary basis, usually for up to 12 months.
If you are considering living in a static caravan on your own land on a permanent basis, you will need to obtain planning permission. This is because a static caravan is not considered a permanent dwelling, and there are strict regulations in place that govern where you can place a caravan and how long you can stay in it.
When it comes to obtaining planning permission, there are a number of factors that will be taken into consideration. These include the size and type of the caravan, its location on the land, and whether or not it will have a negative impact on the surrounding area. You will also need to consider things like access to services such as water and electricity, and whether or not the site is suitable for drainage and waste disposal.
It's important to note that obtaining planning permission can be a lengthy process, and there are no guarantees that you will be granted permission to live in a static caravan on your own land. However, if you are able to meet all of the necessary criteria and provide evidence that your plans are sustainable and will not have a negative impact on the local area, you may be granted permission to go ahead.
If you are granted planning permission, it's important to remember that you will still be subject to certain rules and regulations. For example, you may be required to carry out regular maintenance on the caravan, and you may need to obtain a license to store and dispose of waste. You will also need to ensure that you comply with all relevant health and safety regulations, and that you take steps to mitigate any risks that may be associated with living in a static caravan.
In conclusion, it is possible to live in a static caravan on your own land, but you will need to obtain planning permission and comply with a range of rules and regulations. If you are considering this option, it's important to do your research and seek professional advice to ensure that you are fully informed and prepared for what lies ahead.