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Australian Temporary Structures is the Australasian leader of high quality temporary and semi-permanent structure systems. We serve many different and demanding markets, including industrial and commercial, events and hospitality, sports, military and humanitarian relief.

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Planning Permission

You can be sure that when you enlist the services of ATS, we know exactly what it takes to ensure that your temporary structure planning is processed successfully. This allows us to concentrate on delivering your temporary structure through to completion without any headaches along the way.

APPLYING FOR PLANNING PERMISSION

We can work with town planners to manage the planning permission process on behalf of our clients. We liaise with them throughout the process of applying for planning permission, in accordance with planning timeframes.

 

TEMPORARY BUILDING PLANNING PERMISSION

Temporary building planning permission usually takes a minimum of 4 weeks, but can take longer depending on planning meeting dates.

PLANNING PERMISSION FOR EMERGENCY BUILDINGS

Planning permission is still required in the event of an emergency. Applying for planning permission in such cases can be carried out once the temporary building is in place. Local authorities are generally very cooperative in the event of an emergency.

PLANNING PERMISSION TIPS

On most occasions the planning permission team looks favourably on ATS’s energy efficient insulation systems, recyclable components, choice of wall and soft profile air-filled roofs. Here are some planning permission tips:

  • Depending on zoning, location and purpose of the structure, there are different requirements

  • Planning permission is not usually required if a refurbishment is taking place

  • Emergency buildings may still require planning permission

 

For more information about planning permission rules, please ensure you visit your local government’s planning advice for businesses, or for more information, you can contact us.