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Loft Conversions

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Loft Conversion Plans

Its never been a better time to make the most of the space you have in your existing home - and converting your loft is the best way to do it.Let us bring your Loft conversion idea to life.

Each  Loft conversion  design is unique and very much depends upon the condition and structural stability of the existing property. The majority of lofts can be converted and can provide you with an attractive new room or rooms in your home,

We understand that many lofts are awkward shapes and are able to convert even the most difficult attic into a functional room.

You have a difficult Loft Space? No Problem.

If you have been told your loft is not suitable don’t give up until you have spoken to us first. We have a long experience working on and designing loft conversions so we enjoy the challenge of converting a difficult loft that others shy away from, including low roofs, no matter how low your roof pitch we can produce a design to convert it.

Loft Conversions are an ideal way to increase the living area of your house, without eating into your valuable  space.

Many  people  do not recognise that a  good Loft Conversion design is  a guaranteed way of increasing the value of your house by turning your unused attic into a stylish new living space  and we can help you do it!

Loft Conversions and Planning Rules

Changes in planning laws mean that many homes no longer need planning permission for loft conversions, but always check with your local council's planning office as to what permissions are required, before you start the work.

In simple terms, a householder can build a loft conversion provided that:

   * The cubic content of the extended roof does not exceed 40 cubic metres in the case of a terraced house or 50 cubic metres in any other case.

   * Materials used are similar in appearance to the existing look.

   * The home is not in a conservation area.

Even if planning permission is not required, the design of your loft must meet Building Regulations.

The local council's Building Control department will also need to see copies of your drawings. Party Wall legislation must also be considered if your house shares a wall with another property.

Based in Midsomer Norton, Radstock ,We cover  the following areas: Bristol,Bath,Avon, Bath and North East Somerset,South Gloucestershire,Wiltshire,Mendip,Somerset, for other areas please contact us

Affordable Planning Plans & Building Regs Plans for your loft Conversion