Loft Conversion Building Regs by Loft Conversions Brighton
Adding a loft conversion will bring weight to your property and, although it may only be a modest increase, you'll need to make sure that the structure of the building can take it. Have you thought about discussing your project with a specialist site insurance provider? Loft conversion projects can be complex and often include liability assumed under the Party Wall Act 1996. Loft Conversions Brighton can give you the lowdown on planning a loft conversion.
Building Regs For Your Loft Conversion In Brighton, East Sussex
Can we get away with doing the above refurbishment without building regs?
Your building control officer will want to check all the different elements of your loft conversion so be prepared for this. If you require a purpose-built loft conversion staircase, it pays to have the design approved by your building control officer before you actually commission them.
Planning Permission For Your Brighton Loft Conversion
There are set things normally required to satisfy the requirements of the regulations when converting a loft planning permission is not normally required. If you're unsure, or think you might need planning permission, an initial discussion with Loft Conversions Brighton should be able to confirm this.
Loft Conversions Brighton provides guidance for making alterations to the loft space of an existing house which is no more than two storeys high. In most Brighton homes, the existing timber joists that form the floor of the loft space (i.e. the ceiling of the rooms below) will not have been designed to support a significant weight.
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Converting your loft space into a living, breathing and functional room that can be a bedroom, bathroom or anything else is so rewarding.