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Breakfast Conservatory

Isn’t it great when the family can sit down together at breakfast time when you’re on holiday? The rest of the year the family are rushing to school or to work at different times and there is little or no time to spend together. But weekends can be different and some weekdays as well if […]

Barn Conversions

Adding a conservatory as a Barn extension usually goes against planning regulations and is likely to be objected to. Most local authorities planning policies state that “a barn will be granted planning permission only if it is capable of conversion without significant rebuilding or extension.” If some years after the original conversion has been made you […]

Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Natural England is concerned with protecting landscapes for now and future generations and part of their work in achieving this is to designate Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). An AONB is a landscape whose distinctive character and natural beauty are so outstanding that it is in the nation’s interest that it is safeguarded. There are 40 AONB […]

Examples of AONB

National Association for AONBs provide a full list and a map of all the AONB in England & Wales. They include areas such as the Chilterns, Cotswolds, Isle of Wight, Malvern Hills, North Pennines, Sussex Downs and the Gower Peninsula. If you are unsure whether you live within the boundaries of an Area of Outstanding […]

Conservatory Advice Tips

Conservatory Advice Tips

All you need to know when planning a new conservatory. FREE conservatory advice covering dozens of subjects. FAQ’s on Conservatory Planning, Selection & Design. These pages on Conservatory Advice have been put together to give you hints, tips and all the help you may need in the planning of a new conservatory, orangery, sun–room or […]

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