Do I need planning permission for temporary buildings for schools or universities?
Any building that is in use for more than 28 days will need planning permission and temporary classroom buildings are no different. If you need any help with planning permission or have any questions, contact our team for more information.
How long can temporary school buildings be used?
Our temporary education buildings can be used for a few months or many years. For example, when Neptunus was appointed to build additional lecture halls at RWTH University, they were scheduled to be in place for seven months but remained in situ for four years. In fact, our temporary solution was so successful, we’ve been asked to construct a replacement building for the German university.
Do building regulations apply to temporary classrooms or school buildings?
Building regulations apply to all temporary buildings including temporary classrooms and university buildings, but we can help with this. Thanks to our expert team of technicians we can help with the erection of your temporary school buildings – no matter how much of a logistical challenge it may be.
Can these temporary classroom buildings be relocated or extended?
The modular design of our temporary classroom buildings means they can be relocated or extended to suit your requirements. All the materials used in the manufacturing of our modular classrooms and semi-permanent university buildings can be recycled and reused for future projects. From the heating to the fire alarms, ventilation to the lighting. So, not only are you futureproofing your educational facility, but you’re also helping to futureproof the planet.