Building permits and planning permits are sometimes easily confused by people when building a shed. However you should be aware of the differences between these documents when going through with the construction of any type of building
The purpose of a planning permit is to give permission for the proposed development occurring on your land. A planning permit is not always required, however you should find out whether you do need one by contacting your local council’s Town Planning Office. If you do require a planning permit it must be obtained before a building permit can be issued, although both applications can be made at the same time.
A building permit, on the other hand, makes sure the building is a safe construction and in line with the Building Regulations 2017 Interim and the Building Code of Australia and Building Act 1993. Building permits can be obtained from a registered builder. Central Steel Build are registered builders, and are able to sort any client’s building permit. Any building permit issued is required to be consistent with the requirements of the planning permit.
Cost To Build A Hay Shed
The average cost to build a hay shed is $58,401 (for an approximate size of 40m x 21m x 7m).
Small to medium hay sheds
This size range includes sheds ranging up to 18m x 15m. They are mostly used for private properties, hobby farms or vocational farming.
Cost range: $10,000 – $65,000
Medium hay sheds
Medium sized hay sheds are for larger quantities of hay. These include sheds usually used for medium-sized commercial farms, ranging up to 38m x 18m.
Cost range: $40,000 – $65,000
Medium to large hay sheds
These larger constructions have a wider range of sizes. They are generally large-scale, industrial hay sheds. This bracket of hay sheds sizes extends up to 63m x 30m.
Cost range: $70,000 – $150,000
HEAR FROM PREVIOUS FARM CLIENTS
Central Steel Build has been building quality hay sheds of a wide variety of sizes and specifications for over 45 years. Take a look at some of our past hay shed jobs below.
Hay and machinery shed
Large hay shed
Medium sized hay shed
Abandoned foal reunited with his comfort teddy bear
Breeze was abandoned by his mother hours after birth and was taken in by an animal sanctuary. They gave him a teddy bear in the hope that Breeze would find some comfort in its soft fur – they had no idea just how much he would bond with the teddy.
More than three years later and Breeze has grown up to be a healthy, happy horse. He was recently reunited with his old teddy for a photo calendar – and the two of them look just as happy as ever.
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