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Extending Your Home Without Planning Permission

25th June 2012
Whenever anyone plans a home extension, the infamously complex planning permission system can be a potential minefield. As planning permission laws vary from county to county, and seemingly from surveyor to surveyor, it can be tricky to know whether what ... Read >
Author: Jonathan Hey

Planning Permission for Log Cabins and Summer Houses

21st March 2012
Details on what's required for planning permission for Log cabins and Summer Houses I get asked all the time by customers whether or not they need planning permission for their garden buildings so I've put together some of the common answers I give. F... Read >
Author: ghardc

General Swimming Pool Advice

22nd October 2011
How To Build A Block Liner Inground Swimming Pool A pool is dug out either by a mechanical excavator or by hand, to the dimensions given in the All Swim construction guide. A concrete foundation 15" wide x 6" (380mm x 150mm deep) is laid around the per... Read >
Author: Ozum

Loft Conversions Are They Worth It?

14th March 2011
Many people are realizing that building a professional loft conversion is a lot better than moving home if all you need is one extra room. London and the south east house prices are very fickle often declining, so you could be taking a big financial risk ... Read >
Author: Crystal Graham

Developers Guide On Homes For 'Rehabilitation And Shelter' And the Legal Distinction Between Them An

28th September 2010
This article explores the definition of 'sheltered housing' with the town planning system in the UK and its interface with the term 'care homes'. The essential difference between sheltered housing use, and nursing homes for the elderly, apart from the ... Read >
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

Understanding Kitchen Ventilation

28th August 2009
In the kitchen, a ventilation system removes heat and grease coming from cooking equipment, steam from ware washing and boiling and dangerous carbon monoxide fumes produced from the combustion of gas cooking equipment. Front of house, a ventilation system... Read >
Author: easyequipment

A guide to converting a barn and how to fund it

19th December 2008
If you take a look at most of our rural areas you will be amazed to see just how many farm lands have run down barns on their land ideal for renovation or converting from a disused barn to a stylish and exclusive family home. Obviously the first trick is... Read >
Author: Peter White

Remedies for Breach Of Contract - UK Law

16th July 2008
IntroductionThere are various remedies available to an innocent party where there has been a breach of contract. The main remedy (and the most well known) is damages. However there are suite of remedies available at law that are available in certain situa... Read >
Author: Leigh Ellis

Guide to purchasing a lodge

25th February 2008
These days you can own a log cabin with modern conveniences for a fraction of the price of what a normal house would cost. These aren't the type of cabins that you picture from old films, manufacturers are producing state of the art cabins that can be use... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Front Porch Design, Planning & Building In The UK

21st August 2007
Building The Perfect Porch For Your Home By www.Trustyle-uk.co.uk So, you're thinking about adding a new Porch to your home and looking for the best advice and designs? Congratulations! Keep reading, all will be revealed. There are many great reas... Read >
Author: Trustyle-uk.co.uk
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