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Finnlife Helsinki Log cabin - £2000 off = £8,000.00, plus £300 quidco & £200 in CC points @ Tesco

£8000.00 @ Tesco Direct
It is pretty expensive, but a massive discount makes this the cheapest version of a log cabin this big available anywhere! Use code TDX-GARD at checkout for 20% off the list price. You will also ge… Read More
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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
It is pretty expensive, but a massive discount makes this the cheapest version of a log cabin this big available anywhere!

Use code TDX-GARD at checkout for 20% off the list price. You will also get quidco on the full amount and CC points on full amount = £300 quidco (ish) and 20,000 clubcard points worth £200 instore @ Tesco, or £800 in deals! (£200 is worth 4800 airmiles. 5000 miles = return flight to Dubai or Boston etc, or 2 return flights to Northern Africa / Turkey / Greece etc.)

Stats:
Assembled Dimension Depth 514
Assembled Dimension Height 358
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 979
Assembled Weight 5900
Assembled Weight Units kg
Base Dimensions 10 x 5
Brand Finnlife
Cladding Style 44 mm Interlocking Wall Boards
Colour Scandinavian white wood
Door Double
Features of Product Manufactured from high grade scandinavian whitewood. 44mm log wall thickness. Large garden cabin with 5 rooms and handy upstairs storage area. Toughened glass double glazing. Terrace decking area included. Felt shingle roof tiles.
Floor Included Yes
Floor Material Tongue & Groove Timber
Glazing Material Toughened Double Glazing Glass
Glazing Thickness in cm 0.4
Material Wood
Roof Dimensions 1012 x 457 cm
Roof Material Square Roof Shingle Tiles, Tongue & Groove Timber
Roof Style Apex
Roof Thickness in mm 18
Shed Base Included No
Windows 8
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#1
TESCO SELL CABINS?! XD
Every Little Helps i suppose ;)
6 Likes #2
It's got windows 8, and it's not even out yet.


Damn this is futuristic. Hot.
#3
Can I buy 2 or is it limited?
#4
This is the best price I have ever seen for this

H&R
#5
Naw, Asda Selling Them with Windows 9 :O
#7
2 person assembly.......lol, they've got to be having a laugh! It'd take 2 average Joes about 10 years to put this thing together, hell, I struggle with a flat pack chest of drawers that I bought, and dumped since I couldn't figure the damn thing out!!!
#8
Ed Winchester
It's got windows 8, and it's not even out yet.


Damn this is futuristic. Hot.


lol'd
#9
A solution to the housing problem lol. Man I love the idea of setting one up on a bit of land but would it be feasible I wonder.
#10
Would you need planning permission?
#11
very tempting actually. i will have to look into this
1 Like #12
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/2/SS09200-3012TPS424978.jpg
#13
windhoek
Would you need planning permission?


yes
#14
Most places planning is required for anything over 4 Mtrs (13') and over 30 Sq Mtrs, I think you will find.

One way round this is to semi submerge it (in the ground) and cut pathway around it so the bit above ground area is less than 30 Sq Mtrs. :)

And folks, that is a cracking price. It'd make a cheap garage.
#15
Love the fact that you need an adult to sign for it!!!!
#16
Don't forget to look at the floor plans!

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/2/SS09200-3012TPS424979.jpg
#17
zurich
yes


not sure, looks like its under hte limit for planning consent (by about 1sq foot) and is under the height limits

still get it checked out
#18
BIL works in a place that does the wood for these things, says there are people who are living in them. They don't sell many though.

I think lots of companies sticking these in catalogues on the off chance they'll make an easy grand or something.
#19
Base Dimensions 10 x 5 + 50 Sq Mtrs.
#20
thegroutch
anyone got a code for free delivery?


Add a mobile phone ;-)
#21
dufus124
Add a mobile phone ;-)


sure it was a sim card?
#22
Planning would be an issue almost everywhere I Imagine, not suitable for habitation due to lack of insulation, as last winter showed it can get very very cold here, one of these would be like an ice box in the winter !

Great for a kids playroom or guest suite for the summer if you have a big enough garden, this would near enough fill my garden I have thought of constructing something bespoke around half the size.
#23
This looks like a big unit, its likely to need Planning Permission and at around 50m2 will needBuilding Regulations permission

Check it out before you buy this thing which may end up as fire wood (like anyones gonna spend thismusch without checking this out)
#24
[SIZE="2"]Surely it's designed as a garden shed, albeit a very large and heavy garden shed as it weighs in at 6 metric tonnes and its footprint's bigger than that of my house.[/SIZE]:whistling::whistling:
#25
Surely this would be a better buy? http://dhlogcabins.co.uk/uk/product/494/2873/vanguardsup-sup-1000

It also has an option for insulation.
#26
Can't believe this comes with "Windows 8" as well........

Muggins here thought Microsoft had only just made Windows 7!

Lol :p
banned#27
chaffordred
Surely this would be a better buy? http://dhlogcabins.co.uk/uk/product/494/2873/vanguardsup-sup-1000

It also has an option for insulation.


Just one big room, no walls, how can this be better compared to 5 rooms. Anyway I would love the project of putting one of these together with my cordless power drill bzzz bzzzzzzzzzzzz bzzzzzzzzzz
#28
Nice cabin, but most people would need professional help to build this no doubt. Its ridiculous that in this country even if you have your own land you couldnt legally just buy one of these or a static caravan and put it on the land you own and live in it. Atleast that is my understanding, there must be a way but I imagine it wouold involve jumping through man many hoops and spending £1000's.

Gypsies sometimes have permanent/semi permanent statics in some places though dont they, how do they do it legally? Or do they just not do it legally?
#29
Ed Winchester
It's got windows 8, and it's not even out yet.


Ordered.
#30
chaffordred
Surely this would be a better buy? http://dhlogcabins.co.uk/uk/product/494/2873/vanguardsup-sup-1000

It also has an option for insulation.


are you serious? it costs over £9000 for insulation??!
#31
Log? cabin
Sounds better than big shed I suppose..
#32
thabiz

Gypsies sometimes have permanent/semi permanent statics in some places though dont they, how do they do it legally? Or do they just not do it legally?


They don't usually. They buy some land which does not have planning permission, build things on it and wait for somebody to complain. Once the complaint hits it takes months to years to resolve and with the past governments apathy towards applying the law to them they have seen retrospective planning granted for many of these dwellings. Its a p*** take for law abiding people who don't own a house like myself. I'd love to buy cheap land in the middle of nowhere and stick a house on it. Unfortunately I am not morally willing to raise an angry mob of criminals and thugs to back my cause. Same law for everyone please.
#33
Just ordered! Thanks to op
#34
zurich
yes


Serious? I was told by the planning dept (ok, just for a latge shed) that planning is only needed if there is a single brick needed. If all wood then they don't want to know.
Maybe it differs by area.
#35
JJG;8936331
Serious? I was told by the planning dept (ok, just for a latge shed) that planning is only needed if there is a single brick needed. If all wood then they don't want to know.
Maybe it differs by area.

you will need planning...i even needed planning to replace and existing fence because its adjacent to a highway.....law isnt very clear and alot of info on the web is wrong
#36
I think a shed/log cabin is classed as a temporary structure so planning not required, Royals I think th issue with your fence was because it was adjacent to the highway, if it had just been between gardens you would have been fine.

Would love one of these as a home office, but not got the space, womder if it could be adapted to stand on end.....................................................
#37
It is possible that this could be constructed as an outbuilding without planning permission under permitted development rights (note sometimes permitted development rights have been removed).
Buildings with a pitched rough can be 4m high but the maximum eaves height is 2.5m and it is not clear from the dimensions what that is in this case. If the eaves height is 2.5m or less and the building is 2m away from a boundary, is not in front of the principal elevation and the total extent of outbuildings/extensions for the property does not exceed 50% of the land around the original house.
I believe that an outbuilding has to be ancillary to the house so couldn't be a separate dwelling and if it were to be used for sleeping you would need building regs and comply with insulation and fire safety etc.
I am not an expert so do not rely on anything I say but I did do some research when I had an outbuilding constructed last year.
Guidance on outbuidings is provided here:
http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/uploads/miniguides/outbuildings/Outbuildings.pdf
#38
guv;8936689
Complete nonsense.

Planning permission is required for ALL constructions over 2.5m in height. It must also be 2m from any boundary if it is. It also must be no more than 50% of the floor area of your existing dwelling and not be take up more than 50% of the garden.

This could not just be construct on a peice of land with
out planning permission and no one would be allowed to live in it away.

I spent all day yesterday putting down a 6" thick concrete base for my 4.2m x 4.2m log cabin.(not good weather to mix 6 ton of concrete!) Soon, the kids will have a new home! :w00t:

Mostly correct but you can construct a 2.5m (max height) flat roof outbuilding next to a boundary, it only needs to be 2m away if you want to build up to 3m for a flat roof or 4m for a pitched roof.
banned#39
Would any campsites let you build one of these on their property rather than buy a mobile home?
#40
how many tesco club card points would you get on this i wonder

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