Temporary sports halls FAQ
Do building regulations apply to temporary sports structures?
Building regulations apply to any structure of this nature to ensure its safety and functionality, but this isn’t something you’ll need to worry about. The quality of our temporary and semi-permanent builds ensures they’re fully compliant in all instances.
Can I modify a temporary sports hall construction once it’s been completed?
We offer modular building solutions, meaning they can be extended, reduced or relocated as per your needs. It’s that level of effortless flexibility that has made us one of the most trusted names in the industry. You can have full confidence that we can deliver on your requirements when different scenarios arise.
A temporary sports hall is the solution you need
Looking to take the next step towards an interim solution? Visit our contact page and request a call back regarding the temporary sports structure of your choice. Alternatively, you can speak to the sales team at our Northampton office over the phone or via email.
How long can our temporary sports buildings last?
As long as you need them to, whether that’s days, weeks, months or years.
Take our ingenious semi-permanent Flexolution I structure as an example. With an operational lifespan of anywhere from a few months to 20 years, its build quality and integrity are virtually indistinguishable from a fixed, permanent building.
When you speak to our team, we’ll be able to offer a suitable solution to suit your time frame.
Will I need to buy a temporary sports hall?
All our temporary sports buildings are available to hire or purchase, with flexible payment options available. You can either pay for the structure for as long as you require it or buy it outright.
Our structures are completely reusable and sustainable, so there is no obligation to buy your temporary building at the end of your contract.
Do I need planning permission for temporary leisure facilities?
Planning permission is required if you plan on keeping your temporary leisure facilities in place for longer than 28 days. If you’re using a temporary sports structure as a longer-term solution, you’ll need to seek planning permission before getting started.