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Things to Note for Loft Conversion at Top Floor Flats and Maisonettes

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In the location of London along with Kent and Surrey, it has been witnessed maximum housings are flat-based, apartments and maisonettes. With the maximum populace in London moving in flats, there is a humongous crunch for space. In case of a flat, you might not have said legitimacy to add extra space. But times have changed and housing laws in this country have turned out to be flexible. Owners of top floor flat owners are extending space and that too by some innovative application. Through applications of a loft conversion, the extended area might turn out to be the cynosure of all eyes.

How Loft Conversions in South London allow creating a Functional Room

By calling a professional, one can transform an empty attic area or terrace into a functional room. They can typically be used as a bedroom or it can be used specifically as a gym. If required you can use it as a functional room or a storage room for hoarding your household items.

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Carrying out a Party wall Agreement for Conversion

You might live in a house that has been converted into flats or a mansion flat, all you will have to do is sign a party wall agreement. Here an agreement needs to be signed between owners of respective walls that stand on the land of a couple or more owners. It is nothing but a legal process addressed by law. It allows you to inform neighbours that you are wanting to extend walls near a shared property boundary.

What Happens for a  Leasehold Property

If you own a leasehold property, all you will need to do is buy a freehold to the attic. This particular procedure will help you to extend loft. Flats in these locations that are leasehold need special permission before carrying out any extension task.

If you are an owner of a flat that has a share of freehold, you need a special check. If you own these freeholds of loft space then things might be transparent. If it is not you need to purchase the freehold of the attic.

Adding a Roof Terrace

It is at times a possibility to create a roof terrace while creating loft conversion. If you are planning to go ahead with the process you need permission and you will have to talk to neighbours in your respective locality. If a loft is obstructing views of your neighbours, they might bring about a legal notice. If a particular loft is not overlooking then you are on the safer side.

In conclusion, all it can be said is, a property having a proper plan will always lure prospective purchasers who are ready for long term ambitious plans. You can pay a professional architect to draw up a plan and later call up an expert on best loft conversion company London. These professionals will help you make your property add more value.

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