This loft conversion was carried out for a pair of semi-detached buildings in Saltash. The challenge for House to Home Loft Conversions here was the scarce permitted development area of 50 cubic metres.
In order to overcome this limitation, we constructed two rear dormers with hip-to-gable loft conversions, and designed both lofts to be the same, so both buildings had a master bedroom with en-suite. We then installed French doors that offered fantastic views of the River Tamar. To ensure a seamless flow between the ground floor and the newly created second floor, a hallway was constructed to match the existing staircase and balustrade on the first floor. This allowed us to carry out a stunning loft conversion while still making sure the permitted limit of 50 cubic metres was not exceeded.
This loft conversion was carried out for a 1960s semi-detached house in order to create an extra bedroom with an en-suite for their growing family. The challenge with this particular conversion was to bring down the cost per square metre, while maximising space.
For this loft conversion, we carried out a hip-to-gable loft conversion so as to maximise utilisation of the rear dormer. A hallway was also constructed in order to enable unrestricted movement to and from the existing first floor. In this manner, we were able to maximise the space of the rear dormer without having to seek additional planning permission.
Over the years we've carried out loft conversions for various loft styles in homes across Plymouth. Below you’ll find case studies of conversions that were particularly challenging, and how we overcame these challenges.
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