a shed is a shed. i'm of the mind a brick and morter one is better than wood as it will not rot.
pluss its easy to attach stuff to the walls like shelves and put up hanging hooks &c. wood... well,
they always need treating at some point and bits replacing when they rot.
though where i live, it'll make more sence for me to go for a metal shed due to local planning
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Brick and block is fine. The rules for citing it are slightly relaxed if
its "substantially of non combustible materials". So you don't need to
leave the 1m gap from the neighbours fence that everyone else ignores
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