Mobile Horse Stables

Mobile Horse Stables - What Are They?

Mobile Stable

Mobile Stables are horse stables made portable by sitting the structure of the stables on wooden or steel frames. This makes it fairly easy to then move the stables from one location to another when required. Most county councils require a mobile stable to be moved at regular intervals (normally around 6 weeks).

We manufacture Mobile Horse Stables On Wooden Skids, Heavy Duty Mobile Stables On Steel Skids Or Fully Portable Stables On Wheels. Our mobile stables come as single stables, double stables, triple stables, single stable with tack room, double stable with food store the combinations are fairly inexhaustable. If a mobile horse stable is what you require then anything is possible as long as you have the transportation to move it and have a sufficient turning circle.

We specialize in high quality mobile stable manufacture, we've been manufacturing mobile stables & mobile field shelters on skids or wheels for equestrians for over 25 years. Custom Timber Buildings are makers of traditional and bespoke mobile stables and pride ourselves on our customer service and offer friendly, down to earth advice on all of our equestrian stables and field shelters for sale.

Custom Built does not mean that it will be more expensive ... What you get for your money is a quality timber stable and customer service second to none, designed to meet your mobile stable or mobile field shelter needs precisely ... so please feel free to contact one of our advisors to see what we can do for you ... today!

From the huge amount of planning regulations and guidelines that we have researched over the years. The general concensus is far from straighforward and before any mobile horse stables fall under the category of planning permission required, you should first check with your local authority.

In most cases we find that planning permission is required to actually keep a horse in the first place ... To use land and/or buildings for keeping horses for recreational use. Recreational use means that if you intend riding the horse then planning permission will generally be required, however if the horse is only grazing on the land then it falls under agricultural use.

Mobile Horse Stables on the other hand can be exempt depending on size, construction, physical attachment to the ground and its intended degree of permanence. Our general advice is if you do have some type of portable stables for horses or ponies, then move it often (at least every six weeks). This will normally be looked upon favourably. Our timber stables promises you not only quality but also give you very good value for money.

We Offer Our Mobile Horse Stables For Sale Across The UK and deliver and install within the following regions.

Somerset, Dorset, Devon, Cornwall, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Avon, Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire, East Sussex, West Sussex, Kent, London, Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Cheshire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Durham, Northumberland, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.

Mobile Stable Somerset
Portable Stable Somerset
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