Pre-Order Wooden Lookout Playhouse with Slide / Sandpit £179.99 Delivered at Aldi (dispatch 20th May)
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Pre-Order Wooden Lookout Playhouse with Slide / Sandpit £179.99 Delivered at Aldi (dispatch 20th May)

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Found 14th May
Thought this looked great value especially as it includes Free Delivery too. Pre-order for dispatch from 20th May, so should be with you in time for May Half Term Holidays

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Getting the kids away from the television can be difficult for some parents, but with The Lookout Playhouse waiting outside for them to start their next adventures that'll soon be an issue of the past. This two-story playhouse is all you need to keep your child entertained for hours. Complete with wavy slide to provide a fun and speedy exit, other features include a roomy lookout deck, wooden ladder and shaded sandpit for extra fun. Please note, children should be supervised at all times during play.

Dimensions

244 x 142 x 261cm approx including slide

Features

  • Sold complete with 1.8m slide
  • Made from pressure treated European FSC certified wood which is easy to maintain
  • Wood is pre-drilled for easy assembly
  • Estimated assembly time 2 hours for 2 adults

Warranty

Free one year warranty
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Thanks OP, just ordered.

This looks very similar to the Argos one here: hotukdeals.com/dea…160 but ~£16 cheaper, so seems good to me.
Argos cancelled and ordered here instead.
That really doesn't look very sturdy and for £180, there isn't a 3x2 in sight.
do you need planning permission for this?
MrPercent8 h, 34 m ago

do you need planning permission for this?


Technically you do, any raised platform over 30cm. But if no one complains about it then nothing will happen. Check with your neighbours before buying if they have any issue with it.
ITRUK17 h, 26 m ago

That really doesn't look very sturdy and for £180, there isn't a 3x2 …That really doesn't look very sturdy and for £180, there isn't a 3x2 in sight.


I have to agree, on the video the screws holding the ladder on are in a very thin part of the wood. I'm sure it meets the safety standards but I personally don't like the look of it (safety wise) plus the actual platform is pretty low down, looks to be less than 1m off the ground.
-Highheels-15th May

Technically you do, any raised platform over 30cm. But if no one complains …Technically you do, any raised platform over 30cm. But if no one complains about it then nothing will happen. Check with your neighbours before buying if they have any issue with it.


It’s not a permanent structure so planning won’t apply.
ms200512 h, 8 m ago

It’s not a permanent structure so planning won’t apply.


theplayhousecompany.co.uk/planning-guidance

Platforms above 30cm need planning permission

It's ridiculous, according to the rules a normal slide needs planning permission!
There are a few news stories of people getting told to dismantle them and having permission refused as well.

I bought something similar myself recently and checked with the neighbors before purchasing.
Edited by: "-Highheels-" 16th May
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