Turn dead space in your North London home into a light and airy living area with a bespoke loft conversion from Abbey Partnership.
Areas we cover
Whether you live in a mews house in Islington or a terraced property in Highbury, Abbey Partnership can work with you to design and build a loft conversion from concept to completion.
We’ve completed numerous loft conversion projects for satisfied clients across North London.
With over 500 loft conversions under our belt, we’re keen to show you just how impressive your own property could look. See all of our loft conversion projects in this area for inspiration.
Why choose Abbey Partnership?
- Trusted contractors – We’re a family-run loft conversion company that’s been working in North London and the surrounding areas for over 16 years. We always go the extra mile to satisfy our customers.
- Quality and professionalism – When you work with us, you can be confident that your project will be completed on time, on budget, and with minimal disruption.
- Excellent communication – We’ll always keep you informed throughout your extension or conversion, with weekly financial updates and a dedicated WhatsApp chat.
- Maximum headroom – Our skilled team knows how to get the most out of your loft space, creating maximum headroom without even lowering your floor.
- Price-match policy – Guarantees you the same price as other renovation contractors on like-for-like jobs.
- Independent warranty at no extra cost – We offer a fully underwritten warranty for up to 10 years.
Bring your dream home to life
If you have questions about your North London loft conversion, or would like a no-obligation quote, we’ll be happy to help.
From the million-pound mansions of Hadley Wood to the Victorian and Edwardian properties that line the streets of Cockfosters, Barnet is home to a wide variety of different house styles and eras, all great candidates for a loft conversion or home extension.
The London Borough of Camden comprises many of the highly sought after residential areas of the city of London; West Hampstead, Swiss Cottage and Primrose Hill to name just a few.
Enfield is a popular area of London for those just getting a foot on the property ladder, thanks to its cheaper than average property prices, but if you’re looking to add value to your home, a loft conversion is a great way to make your property more attractive to prospective buyers.
When it’s time to sell up, your elevated asking price could see you moving to one of Enfield’s more desirable districts, such as Grange Park, Winchmore Hill, or Arnos Grove.
If staying local is important to you, a loft conversion could provide the solution you’re seeking.
Rather than moving elsewhere to get more space, you can maintain all the advantages of living in Finchley and save the hassle and cost of upping sticks, while utilising every inch of space available in your home.
As in all inner London neighbourhoods, ample living space can be hard to come by as residents jostle for space in housing estates, warehouse conversions, new-build developments, and Victorian and Edwardian terraces.
More and more, Hackney residents are turning to loft conversion specialists to expand upwards instead of outwards – making use of the space that they already have to create an extra bedroom, office, hobby room or even a self-contained studio for a tenant.
Covering some 11 square miles the London Borough of Haringey is home to some of the most sought after areas in the country.
The London Borough of Islington is home to large well-built Georgian family houses arranged in fashionable squares.
Middlesex is another county like Essex that is primarily full of properties built in the 1930’s . We have completed many loft conversions in Middlesex particularly in areas like Harrow.
Homes in the Redbridge towns of Ilford, Wanstead and Woodford are highly desirable.
So, if you’re lucky enough to be living in one of these areas, it’s understandable that you’d be reluctant to move, with many considering extending or converting into their loft as an alternative – an ideal solution for homeowners in search of more space.
The terraced houses of Leyton and neighbouring Leytonstone are perfect candidates for expansion. Older terraced houses in particular can be ideal for loft conversions as they often benefit from steeper roofs, providing plenty of ceiling height to avoid the extra work that comes with a dormer.
If you live in Walthamstow, it’s likely that one or more houses on your street has already expanded into their loft to add an extra bedroom or study area.
Typically occupying Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses, Walthamstow’s homeowners are increasingly turning to loft conversions to get more living space and add value to their property.