With Croft Garden Rooms’ designs, our clients don’t need to be concerned about planning permission or strict building regulations. Not only does this reduce the form filling and paperwork, but it also speeds up the entire design and installation processes. So your new garden room will be in situ much faster than a house extension in Guildford or Woking or a garage conversion in Walton-on-Thames. This is one of the main reasons why our clients opt for garden rooms over any other form of space-creating construction.
If working from home, for example, is getting you down, you won’t have to wait months for that haven of peace and focus; our garden offices can be in place before you know it. Why not check out our website gallery and see how well our garden room designs look?
Under this building rule, construction can occur without planning permission, provided the new structure is built within certain parameters. It comes into play for side-return and rear-facing house extensions and is also relevant for installing garden rooms and other outbuildings in Guildford, Woking, and Walton-on-Thames.
For our garden room builders at Croft Garden Rooms to follow these rules, the following must be acknowledged at the garden room design stage:
Further rules will apply for properties in Guildford, Woking, Walton-on-Thames, or the surrounding areas that are of historical interest, listed, or situated in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you live in any such property or location, planning permission must be sought. But don’t worry, we can take care of everything for you as part of our project management services.