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When most homes in the UK were originally built, the loft space was intended for use as storage space. Today, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find a property in its original size with sufficient living space. Homeowners therefore look for suitable and cost effective ways to increase the habitable space in their home.
One of the most straight forward expansions of the home is a loft conversion. However, there are still many matters to consider when planning the layout, construction and materials of a loft conversion.
Depending on the circumstances, a loft conversion will either require a Certificate of Lawful Development or a Full Planning Application. It is important to note that regardless of whether or not your loft conversion requires planning permission, you will need to submit scaled architectural drawings of your proposals to your local authority.