Regional Relocation Grants | New South Wales

Posted by Wide Span Sheds on 14 April 2014
In a bid to get qualified Australians to move to regional parts of New South Wales, the New South Wales’ government has come up with a new initiative to coerce city slickers to move to regional parts of the state, with the Regional Relocation Home Buyers Grant. Basically, this grant entitles residents who have owned and occupied a house in the metropolitan part of the state and who are moving and buying a property in a regional part of New South Wales to a \$7,000 relocation payment...
 

Purchasing a Garage in Marrangaroo

Posted by Wide Span Sheds on 9 April 2014
From outskirts of Lithgow and into Marrangaroo in New South Wales, there are some quaint little properties located on large blocks. If you are a proud owner of one of these properties, then you may have just enough room to plant a Wide Span Sheds steel building on your block. Wide Span Sheds are a leading supplier of quality steel building solutions in New South Wales, and we are delighted to say that David Hewitt and his team from Tunnel Hill Sheds and Steel are our authorised agents in ...
 

Exceptional Service at Wide Span Sheds Taroom

Posted by Wide Span Sheds on 4 April 2014
Finding a steel building for your land is no easy feat. Finding a shed company who will give you impeccable service on the other hand is easy if you are located in Taroom. Wide Span Sheds has proudly partnered with Taroom Hardware, a reputable local business who has been servicing this Queensland region for some time. So if you are looking to deal with a trusty brand, and a friendly and experienced team, then look no further than the team at Wide Span Sheds Taroom! On top of this, we als...
 

Overgrown Allotments in Mount Isa

Posted by Wide Span Sheds on 31 March 2014
You have bought a block of land in Mt Isa, and you are still undecided about which steel kit home to buy from Wide Span Sheds. If you have neglected your block and you now have an overgrown allotment, then the Mount Isa Council may contact you to rectify the situation. According to the Mount Isa City Council website, it is your responsibility to maintain your block, prior to and after you have built your new steel kit home. You are responsible for making sure that your allotment is neat a...
 

Gold Coast Sheds: Amenity & Aesthetics Policy

Posted by Wide Span Sheds on 25 March 2014
Gold Coast property owners who wish to erect a steel shed or garage, may be required to get council approval before erecting their new steel structure. And the local council may even have a say in the colour, size and look of your new residential shed. The Gold Coast’s Amenity & Aesthetics Policy effectively is a way to assess non-habitable buildings and the visible features of the building. The council will look at various points, including: Shape Colour Des...
 
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