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If your cabin is 10m2 or under, you don’t usually need a permit or council consent. Check with your local council to be sure.
No we don’t , however we have some excellent contacts with companies who are happy to rent our products to you.
Allow 3 weeks for a shell. 6 weeks for an open plan finished room. 10 weeks for a build with a bathroom.
The cabin needs to be able to be relocated easily either by fitting on a trailer or Hiab truck. Ideally not too wide for easy road use.
We see a Tiny House on Wheels as essentially no different than a boat or caravan from the point of view of local council building code compliance – i.e. they do not need a permit or consent. If needed, we…
Generally you do not require a permit or resource consent if your cabin is under 10m2.
Generally anything over 10m2 will require a permit, however, if it is on a trailer for example, it can be treated as temporary and usually does not require a permit.
It can be delivered by trailer or Hiab truck. We will discuss options with you.
Yes. We will advise costs.
Yes, we are happy to arrange viewings by appointment during normal business hours.