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In an experienced loft conversion, we have the best team of experts and competent Dulwich builders who can do the job to the very last touch. Whether it’s for a playroom, home theater or office, the extra family space is always a bonus. The Master Bedroom with walk-in closets, a modern bathroom, or in-suite bedroom is the most common home addition, including an attic conversion. Our Dulwich Constructors divisions are well-versed in loft add-ons in all sizes. You have a trusted project manager who will lead you through the whole project, keep you up to the date on the results and manage our well-trained and highly qualified team to deliver a beautifully finished job.

  • Redesign, replantation, and redesign.
  • Construction codes and authorization to plan.
  • Structural and carpentry improvements.
  • Redesign, restoration and rehabilitation of the staircases.
  • Dormer and Velux Fensters.
  • To plaster, paint and decorate.

What you should consider while planning a loft conversion in Dulwich?

The first move is to convert your loft to fit. The inner height of the new loft from the top of the ceiling joist to the apex under the ridge board is the most important – at the highest level, at a total of 2.3 m. The other most critical thing is that the roof pitch-normally ideal is a 30-degree pitch or greater. The third factor to remember is the approximate size of the loft room-the total distance between the inner walls will be 5.50 m from side to side and 7.50 m from front to back.

Do I need permission to plan Loft Conversion Dulwich?

Traditionally, planning consent is not required. However, you need permission if you are extending or changing the roof space and breaching the specified limits and conditions, or if you are living in a listed building or protected area. You will need to find an architect to see whether it needs approval for the planning or not. Velux extensions and dormers to be built under Authorized Construction, but they must not sit in front of the roofline at the main elevation nor must they be higher than the highest part of the existing roof.

Do I need the approval of the Building regulations?

Like major home renovations, all loft improvements need Building Regulations approval and sign-off to ensure the safety measures are in place. The rules which apply depend on the conversion form you have. The building legislation requires the following structural components: fire protection, sound insulation, floor and beams, stairs, walls, etc.