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HOUSE EXTENSIONS DULWICH

We have the right talent of extension builders in Dulwich and the professional and educated staff needed to do everything from laying the first stone to the final coat of paint. Our Dulwich Team provides home extension building facilities at Dulwich. We have the skills and expertise to create your new living room, whether it is an expansion of a single story or a double addition, side, or back. More and more customers tend to extend, rather than move, the house.

What do you remember when preparing a Dulwich house extension?

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

  • Soil conditions at the site, and any history of flooding
  • Where utilities are available, such as electricity and current drainages
  • Restrictions and party walls-if your extension project is protected by the Party Wall Act
  • The size and shape of your house and garden you’ll have access from

Bring your thoughts into graphic design?

In certain cases, project designs require input from a designer to provide and decide what space is feasible, and what is not. The sketches will help you to envision the project and ensure that you are at ease before working on the product. Scaled drawings will also allow the contractor to determine what the finished project would look like, down to basic details like the position of power sockets, light fittings, and radiators.

Do I Need Planning Permission for House Extension in Dulwich?

Approval of planning is generally not necessary, and the construction of an extension is deemed appropriate, according to the limits and conditions set. Even if your project suits the criteria, you will need permission if you live in a listed house or protected area. You will need to find an architect to see whether it needs planning approval or not. Even if you don’t need a registration permit, you’ll need to contact the city council, who will then meet your neighbors and discuss your proposal’s effect if they object to it.