Loft conversions are a fantastic way to improve your home and add more space without the disruption and cost of moving home. It’s becoming a more popular option in areas like Middlesex, which are in easy reach of London, with great schools and plenty of opportunities.
Like Essex, Middlesex has a lot of properties from the 1930s, which benefit from the changes in the permitted development rules allowing homeowners to add loft conversions to their homes without the need for planning permission. Many of these properties require hip to gable loft conversions, but we will provide advice on an individual basis so that you can choose the best loft conversion for your property and family.
An Experienced Team in Middlesex
We have over a decade of experience working in and around Middlesex. Our team is based in the home counties, and has excellent relationships with local suppliers and other tradesmen to ensure that you get the best prices and a high-quality loft conversion without stress or unnecessary delays. Our experience allows us to provide accurate timeframes for the build, and we will keep you updated with our progress on a regular basis. We’ll also let you know the knock through date, which comes towards the end of the loft conversion and provides access from the rest of the house to your new converted space.
We have numerous loft conversions throughout Middlesex, including Potters Bar, Enfield, Southgate, Wood Green, Harrow, Finchley, Southall, Staines, and numerous other Boroughs.
Adding to Your Home’s Value
House prices in Middlesex are above the national average, and properties sell quickly thanks to high demand in the area. Adding more space to your home while providing a unique benefit for buyers can add a lot of value to this asset while ensuring that your property sells quickly too.
Like many other counties, planning permission for Middlesex is managed by individual boroughs. There are some conservation areas and unusual areas within the county, but generally most loft conversions can be completed as permitted developments without issue. Loft conversions with more extensive external changes – such as Mansard loft conversions – tend to require planning permission in Middlesex as they do elsewhere in the South East and London. If you are unsure, please get in touch and we will speak to our experts about your options to provide a free quote and ideas for how you can make the most of the space in your loft.