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Who says conservatories need to be at ground level? Here’s one we added to a Georgian Town House in Shepherd’s Bush. The conservatory is supported by a new extension added to the lower ground floor which is used as a nanny flat. Exterior steps from the conservatory therefore provide the main route between the garden and the principal living areas on the upper floors. A matching joinery door at the end of the balcony (also by Town & Country), lets light and warmth into the study whilst also providing an alternative route from the garden to the house.

The extra height afforded by the lantern roof is in keeping with the tall Georgian Architecture and ensures that year - round, the space is always light. Used primarily as a breakfast room, the conservatory provides a perfect view of the garden below.

Our price to further design, manufacture, deliver and install a similar conservatory today, is approximately 26,000.00, excluding Vat and associated preparatory and finishing building works.
Plan dimensions
2600mm (8ft: 6ins) by 2700mm (8ft: 10ins)
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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