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Clear Conservatories Ipswich In Chantry Past Building Regulations

Broke Hall based Clear Conservatories Ipswich understand that in the past building regulations stated that conservatory extensions needed to have a certain amount of sheer roofing to be exempt from planning permissions. Despite that Clear Conservatories Ipswich in Chantry would like to inform you that changes to building regulations in recent years generally mean that standard sized conservatories may not need planning permission to install a solid tiled roof.

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Clear Conservatories Ipswich In Suffolk Further Solid Roofing Insulation Advice

Broke Hall based Clear Conservatories Ipswich advise you that further guidance on solid roof installations is supplied by the Local Authorities Building Control where your local authority building control person is likely to ensure that the roof and supports comply with Building Regulations. Clear Conservatories Ipswich in Chantry understand it's easy enough to set up a conservatory with no building regulations, but the consequences can be a disaster. Clear Conservatories Ipswich in Suffolk inform customers who have the construction of a conservatory in mind must be aware that all building work must adhere to the UK building regulations at the time.

Broke Hall Based Clear Conservatories Ipswich Conservatory Advice And Building Regulations

Clear Conservatories Ipswich in Chantry understand that homeowners have been taking advantage of the 2015 changes to building regulations and enhancing their Suffolk conservatories with the stunning solid roof options. In normal situations the following rules will allow you to avoid having to apply for planning permission when replacing or installing a solid tiled roof on a conservatory Clear Conservatories Ipswich in Suffolk conservatory has to be separated from the house by external walls, doors and windows and there are building regulations that control the types of windows and services that need to be installed just like any other form of extension.