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HOUSE EXTENSIONS PUTNEY

We have the Right talent of extension builders in Putney and the professional and qualified labourers who are required for all – from laying the first stone to the final paint coat.
Our team In Putney offer home extension construction services across Putney. Whether it is a single-story extension or double extension, side, or rear extension we have the knowledge and expertise to create your new living space. More and more customers are choosing to extend rather than move property.

What you should consider while planning a house extension Putney?

Before you draw up your plans, you should consider the following important points

  • On-site soil conditions, and any flooding history
  • Where there are services such as electricity and, in particular, current drainages
  • Limits and party walls-if the Party Wall Act covers your extension project
  • The size and shape of your house and garden, from where you will have access

Bring your thoughts into graphic design

In most cases, a designer’s assistance would be needed to provide project designs and discuss what is feasible with space, and what is not. The sketches will help you envision the project and make sure you are confident before you work on the finished result. Scaled sketches will also allow the contractor to determine what the finished project would be like, down to small information like the location of the power sockets, light fittings, and radiators.

Do I Need Planning Permission for House Extension in Putney?
Planning permission is usually not required, and the development of an extension is considered permitted, subject to specified limits and terms. However, if your project reaches the requirements, if you live in a listed building if protected area, permission is necessary. You will need to consult an architect about whether or not you need planning permission. Even if you do not need approval to prepare, you will need to contact the city council, who will then meet with your neighbours and consider the effect of your idea if they object.