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- 12-10-2012, 09:15 AM #1
Renting a polytunnel
was wondering if anybody rents a polytunnel from somewhere like a nursery etc
i may have the oppurtunity to rent an unused polytunnel on the site of a ceased trading nursery
it will have water facilitys etc but i have no clue what would i should be paying.
will be veiwing it soon and would like to have an idea ?
obviously size matters and apparently it is one of the larger ones you would see on a fully functional nursery
any ideas ??
- 12-10-2012, 10:00 AM #2Funky Cold Ribena
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Find out what they suggest - suck your breath in and offer half.
I suppose it depends on whether you have to spend alot of time in clearing before yuo start or whether you can get up and running pretty much immediately - and whether you want to sell or just for your own consumption.
Well done though.
- 12-10-2012, 11:38 AM #3
i'm not normally that good at looking surprised at a price when behind the eyes all i want is to get in and start...LOL
i have a figure in mind so will see what he asks for first then sucky teeth time
- 12-10-2012, 11:50 AM #4
Heh, I always go for the cheeky option. I'll give you an example:
Company comes in, offers product for 250k, I laugh and offer 20k - in their nervous laughter, whilst they're still off their feet I'll order slightly more (50 in this case). They then realise we're serious and if they don't accept it, face a 200mile trip home empty handed
- 12-10-2012, 06:11 PM #5
Work out size of land used. Same size as allotment? So say land rent = £20 per annum
Work out cost of polytunnel. Say £1000 new.
Lifespan of polytunnel. Say 10 years........so cost in simple terms = £100 per annum
Can it be let every year? Doubtful.....
What profit would owner expect on his investment? Say 100% so maybe £240 per annum would be reasonable......
There are many intangibles here but you get the idea........
Loving my allotment!
- 12-10-2012, 09:47 PM #6
Thank you, fingers crossed.
- 16-10-2012, 03:52 PM #7
Mid April till end of Oct or whenever i finish picking £50 per month
chillies is the plan, lots and lots of chillies
- 16-10-2012, 03:58 PM #8
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Well done TLO! Is this a new venture?Nutty and Norty
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