Single Storey Plans and Drawings Birmingham
With property prices being what they are these days, more people are considering having an extension built on their current home rather than moving to a new one. An extension can make a huge difference to your home, so they are definitely worth considering.
A single storey extension adds some extra kitchen space or allows you to create a kitchen diner in your room where everyone can come together to eat. You could use to it create a home office or just have a little more space in the living room to accommodate for a growing family.
Many homes already have Permitted Development Rights that allow you to extend your home even if your neighbours object, as long as the extension is in line with certain restrictions and criteria. No matter how big or small your project is, you can count on us to be there to help you with it.
Single Storey Drawings
Every single storey home extension begins with a plan and a drawing. We work with you to plan your extension and establish some plans and blueprints. This gives you an idea of what the completed project will look like.
We create the drawings for you and mail them to you, either electronically or via snail mail, and give you the chance to make any adjustments to the design before we begin work.
Once you take a look through the design and approve it, we put together complete architectural plans for you to approve. Upon approval of the main plans, we take care of the paperwork for you and submit it all to the local council for approval and planning permission. The local authority will take around eight weeks to approve the plans. It’s possible that they might deny them, but we do everything we can to make sure everything is above board and that the plans will be accepted.
As we wait for approval on the plans, we work with the planners to stay on top of the approval process. There are times when there is something very small that needs to be changed. Finding out about that ahead of time, and agreeing to change it, can get a project approved.
Once the local government has approved everything, it’s time to get to work on the actual extension and build your “new” home.