Garden Offices

Homeworking is here to stay and you’ll never look back once you’ve bought a specialist garden office. Find out everything you need to know about them here.

  1. A Log Cabin: The Answer to Working From Home

    A Log Cabin: The Answer to Working From Home

    Working from home is many people’s dream, but with the onset of the coronavirus and more companies embracing remote working, it could soon beome a reality for more and more employees.

    Read our comprehensive guide to setting up your own home office to determine which garden building will best suit your needs, and what other factors you need to consider.

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  2. Portable Gas Heaters to Warm Your Shed

    A black gas cabinet heater in the corner of a room

    A portable gas heater is essential if you’re going to spend time in a shed, summer house or log cabin during the cold winter months. Find out more about what portable gas heaters have to offer, here.

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  3. Working from Home: Using your Shed or Log Cabin as a Garden Office

    Home working is becoming increasingly popular, especially when many companies and public sector employers are introducing desk sharing. Shedworking is not a new idea, as several writers and artists have taken to their sheds for solace in the past – m

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  4. Work from Home with a Wooden Garden Office

    Anyone who works from home knows that their workspace needs to be just right. This can mean either privacy or availability,

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  5. Getting power to your garden building

    Garden sheds are a great place for people to store their stuff. If you’re restrained, that stuff probably includes useful things like tools, lawnmowers and garden furniture. If, like me, you’re more of a magpie, there will be the inevitable pots of

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  6. Do I Need Planning Permission for Sheds or Log Cabins?

    A question we often get asked is “Do I need planning permission”? Usually, this is aimed at our log cabins, sometimes our larger garden sheds and, in one memorable conversation, at our compost bins…

    With the current economic climate and ‘diff

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  7. How to apply for planning permission

    How to apply for planning permission

    Garden sheds, log cabins and greenhouses are great additions to nearly every garden – but the rules about what you can build can be complicated.

    Most ‘outbuildings’, as they are referred to, are considered to be ‘permitted development’ and so do

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