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It is imperative to be sure before incurring costs in work that could be challenged from a legal-regulatory point of view. Once the feasibility study has been completed and has obtained a positive feasibility, you can proceed to the next step.

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    1. How to Go About a House Extension or Renovation Project in London? You will find in this section all the elements concerning the methodology of the renovation / rehabilitation of your home. This section will help you clarify and shed light on all the questions to ask yourself before renovating or rehabilitating. Several phases are necessary for the successful implementation of London house extensions for example. In the first place you have to determine your wishes (example: rehabilitate the attic, create an extension, or rearrange the whole), this choice will focus the possibilities field by checking with the competent departments (town hall, urban planning, etc.) of the feasibility of your project. Two possibilities are available to you to carry out a feasibility study: 1.Either you carry out the steps and gather the information, while ensuring that you have understood and assimilated the information provided on the feasibility of your project. 2.Either you entrust this task to an architect, who will realize for you, a feasibility study. This option is by far the safest because an architect is a professional in constant contact with the administrative departments and uses the same discourse as these. Martyn Pattie Architects & Designers Great Bansons, Bansons Lane Ongar, Essex, CM5 9AR 01277 364979 architect@martynpattie.co.uk http://www.martynpattie.co.uk

    2. It is imperative to be sure before incurring costs in work that could be challenged from a legal-regulatory point of view. Once the feasibility study has been completed and has obtained a positive feasibility, you can proceed to the next step. Secondly, in order to renovate or extend, you must determine your borrowing capacity, which will allow you to know the total budget that you can allocate to London house extensions. The Architectural Aspect After having determined your desires for surfaces, it is now time to reflect on your desires for aesthetics (loft spirit, regional architecture, contemporary architecture, wooden architecture, etc ...). But it should be borne in mind that the architectural aspect will certainly be for everyone using the space. The architect will merge your expectations and constraints in order to get the best project possible. Correlation between day and night rooms The correlation between the rooms of day (agitation, movements) and night rooms (rest) is realized during the design of spaces, i.e. you must imagine how you want to live the places. For example, you would like to discover all the days' parts at a glance at your entrance and not be able to define the access to the rooms, which are more intimate. Or, on the contrary, the entrance gives access to all spaces, whether semi-public or private. In order to help you in this reflection you can consult a professional architect of course. Martyn Pattie Architects & Designers Great Bansons, Bansons Lane Ongar, Essex, CM5 9AR 01277 364979 architect@martynpattie.co.uk http://www.martynpattie.co.uk