Are you certain about that?? From reading both the Statutory
Instruments and other information on the ODPM web site, there is an
exemption with respect to Building Regulations for conservatories of
up to 30m^2, although there is a requirement for glazing to comply
with Part N.
There has been consultation etc. on this, but AFAICS nothing enacted
in law at this point.
By Planning? I think that this is the job of Building
Control....... if they were involved in the first place.
And most I've seen either have the dwarf brick wall extended up to the
height of the other conservatory walls on the boundary, or uPVC style insert
to replace the glass. Most people don't like being looked into I guess.
On Wed, 05 Nov 2003 13:31:29 +0000, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Saw a short documentary on Meridian TV a couple of nights ago.
Featured the original designer of the Tricorn shopping centre waxing
lyrical about how he was hoping they'd accept a revamp of the Tricorn,
thus saving it from being knocked down.
I had to check my calendar to make sure that it wasn't April 1st.
Thanks, I'll take a look next time I am down there.
I live in Preston, Lancashire, but make several trips down there to see my
grand daughters. I have the journey down to a day trip these days :-)
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