Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average price of a house extension?

The average price of a house extension is generally estimated to be around £30,000 – £50,000.

Is it worth putting an extension on my house?

Extending your home will generally be a cost-effective investment that will add value to your house to pay back the investment when you sell. Depending on the location and demand of your property, you will guarantee your home will increase in value.

What size extension can I build without planning permission?

You do not need planning permission for extensions due to the recent relaxation of permitted developments. If your home extension or conservatory is up to six metres, or eight metres if your home is detached, you will not need to apply for planning permission.

Do you have to notify Neighbours permission for extension?

If you are wanting to make your home larger and are attached to, or very close to another property, you will most need to notify the neighbours about your extension.

Do I need an architect for an extension?

For planning applications you need professional architecture drawings and plans. Permitted Development applications require a sketch and letter of intent but an architectural plan is much more beneficial because from a sketch your builder can perfect the extension to exact dimensions and measurements.

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