Making Storm-Pods into a profitable business couldn’t be easier. The Storm-pods on Islay are a proven example of this; they have become very popular with tourists who have highly recommended them. Reviews on Storm-Pods can be found on TripAdvisor – http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotel_Review-g186582-d3361314-Reviews-Storm_Pods-Islay_The_Hebrides_Scotland.html
As the Storm-Pod has a long life span it is a great investment, which could see turning a profit within 2 years depending on location and prices.
Planning permission information.
Due to the Storm-Pods falling under the classification of caravans, as long as the pods are moveable and are within the maximum caravan size there is no need for planning permission. By connecting water through a standpipe and electricity through a mains connecting socket the pods are able to remain moveable and not a fixed structure. Alternatively should you wish to keep the pod as a fixed structure then planning permission will be needed. Further information can be found at
Or in England – http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission/
Before purchasing a Storm-Pod we recommend that you check the planning permission rules within your country.
The Delivery options for the pods are simple enough, as the Pods are no more than four meters in width they can be delivered by a flatbed lorry or a large trailer. If the location of the pod is over a fence where there is no access to the lorry then additional forklift trucks/cranes will need to be hired on the day of delivery. All site preparations will be discussed before delivery. We are able to offer delivery or can recommend an alternative method based on your preference.
How to purchase.
Due to the different model options of the pods and / or requirements please contact Gus or Natasha at Storm-Pods to discuss payment and prices on the following – email@example.com or 01496 300 129