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Esher Loft Conversion

 

If you’re planning a loft conversion in your Esher home, it’s important to check whether you are likely to need planning permission.

Fortunately, the vast majority of Esher loft conversions don’t require planning permission, although you will need to check carefully if any of the following apply to your home:

  • you live in a listed building
  • your home is in a designated conservation area
  • your home is in a National Park or Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • the extra roof space in your Esher loft conversion is less than 40 cubic metres if you have a terraced house, or less than 50 cubic metres for a semi or detached house
  • you want to use materials that are very different to the rest of the materials used to build your house
  • your Esher loft conversion will be higher than the existing highest part of your house or any dormers will go out beyond the roofline
  • you want to include a balcony or veranda in your Esher loft conversion
  • there are bats using your loft space to nest in.

If any of these factors apply to your planned Esher loft conversion, then you will probably need to get planning permission. A good and reputable Esher loft conversion company will be able to advise you on whether planning permission is a requirement for you, and should be able to guide you through the process of applying for it. This can take some time, so be sure to factor this in to your plans for your Esher loft conversion.

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RH12 1SL

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