p shaped conservatories
Two distinctive areas, flexible living space, bespoke design. Named after its rectangular and round shape, a P shaped conservatory provides exceptional, multifunctional living space.
A P shaped conservatory is great addition to any home, creating additional family space. Allow the space to flow freely or divide the space into two distinctive areas with their own functionality.
You can add a P-shape conservatory to any style of home, including a bungalow, new build or period property. Whether your customers are looking for a light-filled dining room combined with a cosy area or would prefer one large, modern office space, a P-shape conservatory adds value, comfort and lots of extra room.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, a P shaped conservatory can span the width of a property, leading into more than one room.
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Conservatories are considered to be permitted developments. So you don’t need planning permission in most cases, as long as the extension meets the relevant conditions. Here are some scenarios where you wouldn’t need planning permission when building your new conservatory :
The conservatory does not extend beyond the side wall of the house
The conservatory does not take up more than 50% of the land area around the ‘original house
The conservatory is not higher than the original roof of the home
The conservatory is not forward of the principal elevation or side elevation fronting a highway
The conservatory is a single-storey rear extension that does not exceed six metres in depth for an attached house, and eight metres in depth for a detached house
The conservatory is a side extension that is a single storey, and does not exceed four metres in height, or a width of more than half of the ‘original house’
The eaves and ridge height of a conservatory are not higher than that of the house
The eaves within two metres of the boundary do not exceed three metres in height
The extension does not include balconies, raised platforms or verandas
A roof pitch on conservatories higher than one storey must match the existing house
How can ETC Windows help you?
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