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    House to Flat conversion

    I'm buying a small house is SW London and would like to extend it (rear and loft) and convert to 2 flats.

    It's currently set up as a 3 bed house over 2 floors. Total internal area c. 86 sq. metres.

    Once works are complete expect we'd expect to have 2 flats (a 2 & 3 bed) with GIA of 120-130 sq. m.

    I've done some research and have found that some councils don't allow conversions where the GIA of the original structure is less than 120 sq. m. Can anybody shed any more light on this policy? Is it national? Are exceptions ever made? What/when counts as "original structure"?

    Basically I'm trying to work out if our plans are likely to fall foul of the planners.....

    #2
    Ask the planners, that's what they are there for.
    We are not your areas planning department.

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      #3
      London has its own planning rules, which can be researched by looking on the appropriate London Planning web-site.

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