Tiled roof conservatory options are truly changing the face of Suffolk’s landscape, reviving the tired 80’s-era conservatory whilst eliminating the infamously inefficient polycarbonate roofing system. So, if you’re planning on updating your conservatory in the near future you may very well be wondering;
Generally, the answer is no; you do not require planning permission to add a tiled roof to your conservatory as long as you meet certain rules.
Ever since 2015, homeowners have been taking full advantage of the changes to building regulations and enhancing their Suffolk conservatories with the superb solid tiled roof option. In most circumstances the following rules will allow you to avoid applying for planning permission when replacing or installing a solid tiled roof on a conservatory:
PLEASE NOTE: Bear in mind if you have other buildings, e.g. a large shed, you could inadvertently be covering more than 50% of your property’s land; therefore, planning permission will be required.
Also, be aware that if your home is located within a conservation area or similar you may be restricted further. So before going ahead with any work, make sure you check with your local planning authority for a full update of limits and conditions that may be applicable.
At AB-Assets, our Real Roof solid tile system offers the best compromise of extension and conservatory around. Other notable benefits include:
Unsure whether your conservatory adheres to permitted planning rules? Interested in the process we take to installing the most efficient solid tiled roof system around? Get in touch with the AB-Asset team who will be happy to explain anything further.