Building Regulations Wembley

Home to Wembley Stadium, the London Borough of Brent has existed since 1965 when the Municipal Boroughs of Wembley and Willesden joined together. Wembley has been a village since at least the 9th century, and was presumably once a meadow belonging to someone called Wemba. By the mid 16th century, it was an extremely wealthy village numbering just six houses.

Hammersmith is one of the four most expensive London boroughs in which to buy property, with the others being Kensington and Chelsea, Camden, and the City of Westminster. The overall average price of property is just shy of £1 million, although this does represent a 12% drop in sale prices on 2017. This means that for Hammersmith residents, staying put and carrying out renovations or alterations to their existing property might be the best way of increasing the quality of their living space at present

For example, a medium-sized 25 square metre extension to a house in Hammersmith could add around £220,000 to the value of the property, in addition to giving you more family space, or perhaps an extra bedroom or home office area.  An extra 10 square metres for a floor area of 35 square metres, and the added value goes up to around £310,000. 

 

This makes it perhaps even more important than it would be in adjoining London boroughs to make sure that you’re making the right improvements to your home. There are strict guidelines on materials used for new builds, both residential and commercial, and it’s wise to get a professional team on board for any renovations or alterations you might be considering who will understand the details of building regulations for the Wembley area.

Building regulations are essential to the safety and usability of any construction or alteration, from homes to office buildings, and everything else used by the general public on a daily basis. They are particularly essential from a safety point of view, as they cover fire regulations, and dictate what materials are suitable for construction. For residential buildings, building regulations also cover essentials like damp proofing, and drainage. 

 

It won’t come as a surprise that Wembley contains several major conservation areas, another aspect of construction covered by building regulations. The Brent Council website will allow you to check regulations on listed buildings, but more generally, Wembley High Street itself is a conservation area. It’s almost impossible to deal with the red tape of a council planning department on your own, so finding an expert team to do this for you will save a lot of headaches. 

Why choose Us  ?

We Take Care of all the Technical Details

An architectural designer from AC Design Solutions will be able to draw up the kind of plans that your council would expect to see in terms of giving the go ahead for permitted works. A team will take care of your project from start to finish, and give you both peace of mind and save you from scoring an own goal when negotiating the building regulations necessary for home improvements or commercial renovations in the Wembley area.  

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