Can I build a 2 wall shed under boiler flue and have pressure relief pipe in shed?

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Hi There,

Just looking for a bit of advice, I'm looking to build a shed in this recess. Framed base, two walls and a roof. I know the roof should be 300mm below boiler flue.

My question is regarding the pressure relief outlet pipe, could I site this in the new shed to be constructed and also have part of the condensation pipe within the shed? There is also some sort of tap externally that appears to be for the system.

Or should I just buy a stand alone shed. Really wanted to construct something better quality than a bought shed.

Thanks
 

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I don't see why not?

I am not a gas/heating guy.

But You can't really use your neighbours extension as a shed wall without (ideally written) permission.
So long as you can direct any water from the boiler to a drain and leave room to connect a hose that is maybe for system drainage to the tap it should be ok?
Is the vent for a tumble dryer?
 
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