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The way the school mums come around the corner in winter in their discoveries a wall accident is quite possible!

I thought the extended building line was intended to be to the rear of the property? Worth looking into though! I can certainly run a failing home business. Lol

Cheers :)

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Rainbow coloured 45' hi cube container?

Tin shed would be cool as you can use insulated panels and gives scope for easy mods, once it's been there a while you can always apply to make it out bricks and mortar.

Tomcat: sounds like you coming pretty close to me.

Will.

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The 2 foot gap was to give me space to get down to paint it as it was going to be wooden. A waste of space agreed, maybe not needed if its pressure treated or as you suggest use some of the wall.

Ah, of course, for some reason I'd assumed construction was to be brick, don't ask why! Even if pressure treated, I'd advise bi-annual coats of preservative. Mine is pressure treated, but came with a recommendation to treat.

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Rainbow coloured 45' hi cube container?

Tin shed would be cool as you can use insulated panels and gives scope for easy mods, once it's been there a while you can always apply to make it out bricks and mortar.

Tomcat: sounds like you coming pretty close to me.

Will.

yes not too far Will, just down the A65 towards Bentham, :i-m_so_happy:

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