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End of Terrace & Semi Detached

Quite often with these properties, we'll need to convert the loft with a hip to gable conversion, with rear dormer extension, using the maximum permitted development allowance for end of terrace of 40 cubic meters & for the semi detached house it would be 50 cubic meters volume allowance. So if the loft space is small right now, don't worry, we'll be able to extend the roof and make the loft space enough for you to use after we've converted it. You will be able to see many examples of our previous conversions of this nature, give us call & we will be able to guide you.

Hip to gable - left hand

If you have semi or at the end of a terrace property and if the side roof is pitched, you will probably require a Hip to Gable conversion. The photos show how this is done by extending the ridge of the roof to the side of the property and building a new gable end plus removing the rear roof and extending a dormer to the rear

In the dormer we would normally add in windows or large French doors with Juilette balcony, which can sometimes give some great views at the rear, we’ll listen to your preferences and work with you to get the design how you want it and to suit your needs & budget

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

Hip to gable - right hand

The Hip to Gable conversions are a popular choice for semi detached and some end of terrace properties as it creates the most space possible for your conversion by extending the sloping side roof sideways and adding a larger rear dormer extension. Additions can be French doors, gable windows, roof skylights to enhance the whole feel of the conversion.

Most projects would probably have one large bedroom and a shower room, but two bedrooms are a very common choice too, particularly for children’s bedrooms. We have many examples of this type of conversion to show you. Call us for a quote and we explain everything and help you make your final decision with what is best for you and your requirements.

Hip to gable L -shape conversions

End of terrace conversions have a maximum 40 cubic metres permitted development allowance to work with and semi detached properties get 50 cubic meters volume allowance

The drawings shown here are of an end of terrace hip to gable L-shape rear dormer conversion.
You will see that the dormer at rear is not extending very far along the rear addition roof, as the 40 cubic meters volume allowance has been reached

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

End of terrace, hip to gables

The end of terrace conversion has 40 cubic metres to work with rather than the 50 cubic meters available to the semi detached property. Because of this it can be a challenge to get the conversion fully extended particularly if you have an hip end roof to the side, which slopes in, to extend the the 40 cubic metres allowance is stretched to it’s limit.

The drawings shown here are of an end of terrace hip to gable conversion. You will see that the dormer is set in from the sides and the rear. Even so a full double bedroom was achieved with a shower room.

Hip to gable - left hand

If you have semi or at the end of a terrace property and if the side roof is pitched, you will probably require a Hip to Gable conversion. The photos show how this is done by extending the ridge of the roof to the side of the property and building a new gable end plus removing the rear roof and extending a dormer to the rear

In the dormer we would normally add in windows or large French doors with Juilette balcony, which sometimes give some great view at the rear, we’ll listen to your preferences and work with you to get the design how you want it and to suit your budget

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

Hip to gable - right hand

The Hip to Gable conversion are a popular choice for semi detached and some end of terrace properties as it creates the most space possible for your conversion by extending the sloping side roof sideways and adding a larger rear dormer extension. Additions can be French doors, gable windows, roof skylights to enhance the whole feel of the conversion.

Most projects would probably have one large bedroom and a shower room, but two bedrooms are a very common choice too. We have many examples of this type of conversion to show you. Call us for a quote and we explain everything and help you make your final decision on what is best for you and your requirements.

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

Hip to gable L -shape conversions

End of terrace conversion have 40 cubic metres permitted development allowance to work with and semi detached properties get 50 cubic meters volume allowance
Because of this it can be a challenge on some project to extend the roof an gain the space you for your requirements, particularly if you have an hip end roof, which slopes in, as we then have to extend this as well as adding a rear dormer extension, so the 40 cubic metres is stretched to it’s limit.

The plans shown here in the drawing are of an end of terrace hip to gable L-shape rear dormer conversion.
You will see that the dormer at rear is not extending very far along the rear addition roof, as the 40 cubic meters volume allowance has been reached

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

End of terrace, hip to gables

The end of terrace conversion has 40 cubic metres to work with rather than the 50 cubic meters available to the semi detached property. Because of this it can be a challenge to get the conversion fully extended particularly if you have an hip end roof to the side, which slopes in, to extend the the 40 cubic metres allowance is stretched to it’s limit.

The drawings shown here are of an end of terrace hip to gable conversion. You will see that the dormer is set in from the sides and the rear. Even so a full double bedroom was achieved with a shower room.

Give us a call on 020 8673 4114 or drop us an email at info@southlondonlofts.co.uk and we’d be happy to discuss your plans.

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