Will I need planning permission for a semi-permanent showroom?
If you plan on keeping your semi-permanent showroom in place for more than 28 days, you’ll be required to get planning permission. So, a short-term pop-up showroom might not need permission, but a temporary car showroom as an extension of your main floorspace likely will.
Going ahead without temporary structure planning permission may result in your local council asking you to apply retrospectively. If they then reject your application, you’d need to remove the temporary showroom or appeal the decision.
Our Project Manager can help you by providing advice and support surrounding building regulations for your temporary showroom.
Do building regulations apply to temporary showrooms?
Yes – building regulations will still apply to your temporary showroom to ensure it is fit for purpose. However, like planning permission, talking to our experts can provide you with the assistance needed to navigate building regulations surrounding your temporary showroom space.
Interested in installing a temporary showroom?
If you’re ready to get your temporary showroom space up and running, get in touch with us. We’ll listen to all your requirements and discuss the best temporary building solution for your business. However much space you require, we can match you with your ideal temporary showroom and get it installed in no time at all.