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Many Georgian and Victorian town houses have under-used space at the back. The houses were designed to let natural light into the rear windows, according to the technology of the day. By adding a Town & Country conservatory, modern building techniques allow you to make full use of this “dead space” as part of the living area whilst still allowing natural light into the windows. This upper ground floor conservatory on a listed building in Chelsea does not reach to the back wall of the house, thereby allowing daylight to still filter through to both lower and raised ground floor rear windows. A stylish new breakfast room has enhanced family living on the raised ground floor, with additional service accommodation at lower ground.

Our price to further design, manufacture, deliver and install a similar conservatory today, is approximately 34,000.00, excluding Vat and associated preparatory and finishing building works.
Plan dimensions
2680mm (8ft: 9ins) by 3800mm (12ft: 6ins)
Planning status
Planning Permission was required:-
i. The highest point of the conservatory exceeds 4000mm above adjacent ground level.
Listed Building Consent was required:- Grade II rated.
i. Extensions and alterations to listed buildings always require local authority conservation approval.
Building Regulations status if built under current regulations.
A similar conservatory would require BR approval:-
i. The conservatory is open-plan to an adjacent living area, and as such must meet the current thermal performance requirements under the BR code for conservation of fuel and power.
ii. As part of the same project, a new habitable room was created beneath the conservatory, in itself requiring BR approval.

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