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Tips For Planning a Building Extension in London
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If you are looking for a way to add some extra space to your existing home then extensions will help you do that. So you don’t have to move to another location or sell your home. Building extensions in London are quite common. So if you are a resident of this great city, it is important to have a rough plan of what you what your extension to look like. So here is a look at the top tips that will help you plan that building extension you have always dreamt of.

  1. Size and Shape

The rough size of your extension should be the first thing you consider. To work this out, you should first figure out why you want the extension and calculate the amount of space you want to work with. So this can be a ground floor extension, first-floor extension or both. For those looking for a medium space, single story extensions can provide enough room for a dining room or a games room.

The shape of the extension should also be a consideration. First, make a rough plan of your home and use a pencil to experiment with the area. Have the shape of the extension on a paper. A building designer will then be able to look at your plan and determine whether it is practical and functional. They will then use the information you have provided to come up with a full architectural plan which will then be passed onto the building team.

2. Special Features and Appearance

A good extension is one that blends in or complements the house and the surrounding. So it is important that you choose an extension that is identical to your building or has similar building materials the house is made from. You can also have the same size windows, same shape and other features should be the same to bring a similar aspect of the original building.

3. Planning Permission and Listed Building

London is one such city where it is a legal requirement to gain planning permission before you start any construction on your property. Listed buildings normally have different rules and regulations with regards to extensions. These measures are put in place to preserve features of an old property. If you don’t know what the laws in London regarding your current property require, you can consult a building expert to advise you.

4. Where to Find Building Designers and Builders

You will need to hire a building design team and a building team to turn your rough plan into an actual extension. You should have the right building team that will manage all the aspects of the construction process. Major building companies have websites which list the types of services they offer and what other clients have had to say about their services.

And with that said, planning a home extension should be a walk in the park. However, to have your plan executed to your satisfaction, you should get the right building team to do it. Visit ParadiseHome and work with a team that knows all about building extensions.

 
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  .   yusmabano
Thank you heatbud for sharing about tips for planning a building extension in London. The Cut The Wood work they did is pretty impressive as well. These tips are really impressive though, good share.
 
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