Order some equipment and cue the council

January 01, 2014

Order some equipment and cue the council

June came quickly it was time to take the next big step. We had saved a little money and it was time to order our equipment and apply for our DA from council.

We found a local supplier that was ordering cheap ( in every sense of the word), equipment from China. It was cheap but it would do the job. So in 8 weeks we would have our equipment.

Council was never going to be easy but they were positive which is a big start. I made the decision not to submit my application officially until there was a general consensus from council that it would be acceptable. 3 short months later... They felt it would most likely be OK.






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