If you would like a conservatory at home, you should firstly contact the building standards department at your local authority for advice – Bon Accord can take care of this for you!
They will definitely inform you that you need a building warrant for a conservatory if it cannot fulfil this entire checklist:
A building warrant will not be required for a conservatory installation at a domestic residence (excluding flats and maisonettes) when it satisfies each of these bullet points:
But, building regulations aren’t the only thing you need to about. The conservatory you want might also need planning permission, unless it enjoys Permitted Development Rights. For it to be a Permitted Development, it has to comply with all of the following:
If it doesn’t, a planning application will need to be drawn up and submitted to your local authority. Again, Bon Accord can assist with this.
Get your new conservatory off the ground by firstly arranging an appointment with the Bon Accord team.
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