Moving house is both expensive and stressful, so if you need to gain extra living space, why not make the most of your existing accommodation by building vertically? Our loft conversions Epping projects are a fantastic solution if you would like to create:
However you wish to use the additional space, Complete Lofts and Extensions Ltd are the number one provider of loft conversions in Epping. Our team of specialists will produce a superior level of craftsmanship on your project, ensuring that the finished build adds significant value to your current property.
Our team have completed a wide variety of bespoke extensions and every project begins with a detailed consultation. At this appointment, we will discuss your:
We will suggest a range of different loft conversions in Epping, which include:
These types of loft conversions in Epping give you an idea of the shape of extension you might gain. However, the finished build will look entirely different from property to property, giving you that truly unique space you have been looking for. Get in touch with our Epping loft conversions team to explore your options.
Typically, most Epping loft conversions we have worked on do not require planning permission. Instead, your project must fall within the guidelines for permitted development, which cuts the cost and red tape involved with this type of work.
After speaking to our expert team, you should have your architectural drawings put together and then notify your local planning department about your proposed loft conversions Epping project. So long as your plans fall within permitted development regulations and pass periodic checks by an appointed building inspector, then your project should run smoothly. Our loft conversions team will be on hand throughout the entire process to assist with any queries related to planning.
Keeping your neighbours happy is the aim of the Party Wall Act 1996. The act defines that all homeowners planning loft conversions in Epping must notify their neighbours of their plans, unless they live in a detached property which is over 1 metre away from the boundary of the adjacent building. A party wall agreement must be drawn up at the start of the project, to determine how and who must pay for any damages resulting from the works. Additionally, surveyors’ costs for both properties are usually payable by the owner of the property initiating the works. Further information can be found in the Party Wall Act of 1996 or by speaking to our expert team.
Complete Lofts and Extensions Ltd are ready to get started on your next project. For further details and to book a consultation, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team on 07428 488831 or email email@example.com.