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 an East London loft conversion will enable you to benefit from the increased property prices that the current improvements are certain to bring.
As transport links are improved, new jobs are created and many new homes are built in the area, East London property owners are sure to benefit.
Whilst the prospect of moving to a brand new high spec apartment in order to gain extra space may appeal, extending your existing terrace property with the addition of a loft conversion could well be a more cost effective option. What would you find in the majority of lofts in a typical East London terraced house? Perhaps the water tank, a collection of empty suitcases and boxes full of things that haven’t been touched for years! Choosing to convert the loft could provide the extra space you require in your home at just a fraction of the cost of moving, and a lot less upheaval. Converting your loft space could add an average of 30% to your property value – particularly in an up and coming area – yet typically it costs one third of moving to a larger house with an extra room or two.
Abbey Partnership have been carrying out loft conversions in East London for over 16 years. Whether you require a dormer loft conversion in your Bethnal Green terraced house, or a hip to gable loft conversion to add a substantial amount of space to your East End semi, we are here to help. With changes to planning laws in 2008 meaning that the majority of home owners are not required to obtain planning permission in order to convert their loft, now is the perfect time to look upwards and convert your East London loft.
East London is well known for its marvellous multi cultural society. As a company we pride ourselves in paying special attention to our client’s wishes and aspirations, whether we are carrying out a contemporary or traditional loft conversion.
Barking & Dagenham
The Outer London Borough of Barking & Dagenham came into its own during the inter-war period from 1918 to 1939.
Unlike all other London Boroughs, the London Borough of Bexley does not possess an urban centre such as Croydon, Greenwich or Bromley.
A loft conversion can be many things to many people. A space to live with the creations of extra bedrooms, a space to work with the creation of your own private study, or a place to play with the creation of a toy filled playroom for the kids or a gadget filled haven for the big kids.
The London Borough of Havering boasts the largest proportion of green spaces in any of the London Boroughs with significant sections of parkland, and 23 square miles of Metropolitan Green Belt protected land.
The London Borough of Newham is the most ethnically diverse area of the UK with ten ethnic groups living alongside each other.