NEW regulations since 2008 allow most dormers under Permitted Development Rights, saving Planning Permission delays and costs. This means that No Planning Permission from the Local Authority is need for a Dormer Loft Conversion. Below are the basic guidelines but Milltown Lofts can advise & clarify what is and isn’t Permitted Development. Volume increase of 40 cubic metres for terraced, and … Read More
It is vitally important that your loft conversion is built and managed by professionals. From the design & planning right through to the final line of decorators caulk Milltown Lofts have put in place the right procedures, staff & standards to deliver an exceptional loft conversion. Once we are instructed, your loft is designed by a qualified Building Surveyor who … Read More
Milltown Lofts were appointed by Mr M & Miss H to build a home office in the unused loft space of their Victorian terraced house in North Manchester. We designed a Rear Dormer with staircase over the existing. The clients specified a floor to ceiling window to make the most of the new view 2 stories up. They also wanted bigger … Read More
The most obvious indicator of whether your home is suitable for loft conversion is head height. The general rule of thumb is that there must be at least a 2.0 meters distance between the floor and the ceiling. If the ceiling is sloped, this distance must apply for over half of the floor space. This requirement is necessary in order … Read More
Homeowners opt to convert their loft space for many different reasons. Here are 10 of the most popular reasons to convert your loft.
Planning a loft conversion can seem daunting at first, here are a few answers to questions many of our customers ask us when they get in contact with us.