Victorian and
Edwardian

End of Terrace
& semi detached

1920s and 1930s
terrace

Flats, maisonettes,
conservation areas

Velux roof light
conversions

Flats, maisonettes,
conservation areas

Overview

If you live in a conservation area, like all the properties in the picture, the council may not allow you to have a rear dormer, but they will let you have a mansard or a combination of Velux roof windows and small dormers.

Here you will need to submit plans for approval so it pays to use a company that knows all the local planning departments and has experience with each council and what they accept. Because be assured, they are all different.

There are seldom many problems when it comes to getting planning permission and keeping within the rules and some projects don't require an approach to the council at all, though when this is not the case it pays to work with a company that knows what it's doing. We know all the boundaries and how each council approaches planning applications.

Planning permission normally takes eight weeks and then we can normally start straight away.

Mansards

Dormers for conservation areas

Town house - London roof

36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

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36-38 Old Devonshire Road, London, SW12 9RB

Loft Conversions Home | Introduction | Costs of a loft extension | Examples of Dormers, Mansards, Hip to Gable | Testimonials | Planning Permission and other practicalities
Contact South London Lofts | Victorian & Edwardian Terraced Houses | End of Terrace & Semi Deatched Houses | 1920s & 1930s Houses | Flats, Maisonettes, Conservation Areas | Velux conversions
Website by Green Orange Ltd