Need Permission Loft Conversion by Loft Conversions Oxford
A loft conversion for your Oxford house is considered to be permitted development, not requiring an application for planning permission, subject to select limits and conditions. Relying on the roof structure / planning constraints, a loft conversion is a straightforward way to develop your home. When you call Loft Conversions Oxford, we give you the lowdown on planning a loft conversion.
Contact Local Oxford Planning Authority For Conversion Permission
If you are uncertain about the measurements for your conversion or you're wondering which regulations apply to your home, we suggest consulting your local planning authority. You should contact your Oxford planning authority for loft conversion permission before making any changes to your home.
Did you know that you can increase your chances of securing planning permission for your loft conversion with a couple of easy tweaks? Contact Loft Conversions Oxford to find out more. Loft conversions must not exceed the a number of allowances in order to be permitted.
Oxford, Oxfordshire Building Regulations
Most loft conversions from Loft Conversions Oxford can be carried out without planning permission, but you'll still need to satisfy building regulations. Part K of the building regulations sets measures to prevent, falling, collisions and impact and will likely apply to your loft conversion in Oxford.
Remember that your loft conversion will be considered a permitted development as long as you conform to standards that have been set out by the government. Loft Conversions Oxford advise that you keep in mind that any additions or modifications made to your home by previous homeowners will need to conform to your planning permission in order to be approved.
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Loft Conversions Oxford Rules And Regulations For Loft Conversions
The regulations your loft conversion needs to conform to will be similar across the UK but do differ slightly so it's best to check ahead of starting any work. According to most councils, dormers on principal elevations (fronts of homes) and all dormers in conservation areas or on listed buildings require planning permission.