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As many areas of East London are currently benefiting from a vast regeneration project brought by the 2012 Olympics, improving your Stratford or Hackney property with a loft conversion will enable you to benefit from the increased property prices that the current improvements are certain to bring.
Many areas of Essex still offer good value for money while remaining well connected to London. The housing stock varies from 1950s and 60s homes in Harlow to 1930s and Victorian houses in areas like Ilford and Brentwood. There are also very few conservation areas in Essex and most properties can be developed under permitted development, making this an ideal location for those looking to convert their loft space.
Hertfordshire has a variety of different types of properties that make ideal home renovation projects, ranging from Victorian properties which can be found in towns like Barnet and Hertford, to 1980’s properties which can be found all over Greater London and the home counties. Towns like Borehamwood and Potters Bar, for example, have houses mostly built in the 1930’s and 50’s, which make ideal loft conversions.
Whether a mews house in Islington, or a large terraced house in Highbury, Abbey Partnership can work with you to design and build a loft conversion in your North London home to your own specific requirements. With over 16 years of experience, our team of renovation contractors pride ourselves in listening to our customer’s requirements and expectations, ensuring your home improvement project continues to work for you and your family for years to come.
Whether in Lewisham, Richmond, Croydon or Bromley, Abbey Partnership are happy to visit your home to help you to visualise how a loft conversion could maximise your home’s potential – a a stylish and spectacular way to add to the square footage of your South London home.
London could easily be described as the “Loft Conversion Capital” of the UK and with the current average house price of a West London four-bedroom home being a staggering £240,000 more than the average price of a three-bedroom, it’s no surprise that many people are choosing to extend upwards by converting their lofts.