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Do loft conversions need architect drawings?

Do loft conversions need architect drawings?

One of the first questions we get asked is whether you need an architect to design your loft conversion. Well, no you don’t, but it is highly recommended that you do.

Can I draw my own loft conversion plans?

Most loft conversion drawings don’t require Planning Permission these days. However, it is still extremely likely that you will need some form of Architectural Drawings. Your Architect will certainly not be offering the cheapest plans and they will certainly not be offering the fastest drawings.

How much do architects charge for loft conversions?

Loft conversion costs in London are £40,000 to £70,000 on average excluding VAT and fees. The costs will vary depending on the size and complexities of the conversion.

What does an architect do for a loft conversion?

Loft Conversion Architect specialists produce the loft conversions expeditiously, precisely and are able to squeeze space out of your attic like no one else can. It includes planning of floors, elevations, roof plans, and site plans.

Do you need an architect for a loft conversion?

Architectural drawings aren’t a requirement for all loft conversions, but for some they will be essential. If you are undertaking these types of loft conversions… We recommend getting an architect on board. That’s because these loft conversions require additions to your roof, often in the name of increasing space and head height.

Is it cheaper to convert a loft to a bedroom?

Low cost plans for your loft conversion at affordable fees. Adding an extra bedroom or two to your property can be easier and cheaper than you think. Have you ever wanted a large master bedroom with an en-suite? Or want to work from home but don’t have the space, then a loft conversion could be the answer to your needs.

Which is an example of a loft conversion?

Example of architectural drawings from a loft conversion This project is a perfect example of how a well designed loft conversion can add useful space, and value to your home. This property finished with a modern and spacious top floor, with plenty of natural light.

When to use a loft in a house?

Use a loft conversion to balance out your house. If you have all the living space you need downstairs but are lacking bedrooms and bathrooms, then a loft conversion can be the perfect way to bring your home into proportion. Most loft conversions are used for an extra bedroom or two with en suite bathroom.