Garden Rooms Extensions

Garden rooms provide the opportunity to extend a home easily and affordably, without extensive planning permission or months of planning and waiting. What is more, garden rooms also offer the chance to add space to a home in an eco friendly way; a real win for families as they can get the extra space that they need without increasing their impact on the environment. No matter whether an individual is looking to build a tiny garden office, or an entire spacious add on home in their garden, the possibilities are there with garden rooms.

Garden Storage

You may be surprised to know that it doesn’t have to be this way! Garden Offices have a range of ‘studios with storage’ which give you the best of both worlds. Families will always build up a collection of items, such as lawn strimmers and barbecues that are very useful but that get used rarely. It would be foolish to throw them away but it doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice the additional value to your family just for sake of storage.

Storage With Purpose

One of the most fantastic things about Garden Spaces garden rooms is the amount of versatility they have. In essence, they’re simply a stand-alone garden room, but they can be used as everything from art studio, music room, kids’ playroom, extra guest bedroom, home office, hobby space… the options are literally endless!

Garden Offices

All garden offices sited within 1 meter of the boundaries of a garden and over 15 square meters in footprint need to be built to Building Control standards. Executive Garden Rooms are very au fait with this process and will guide you through the application process and ensure that the building meets all the relevant codes. It is important that this process is handled correctly as it can effect the conveyancing process on the sale of your house.

North West England

North West England, one of nine official regions of England, consists of the five counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside. The North West had a population of 7,052,000 in 2011. It is the third most populated region in the United Kingdom after the South East and Greater London.

North West England is bounded to the east by the Peak District and the Pennines and to the west by the Irish Sea. The region extends from the Scottish Borders in the north to the West Midlands region in the south. To its southwest is North Wales. Amongst the better known of the North West’s physiographical features are the Lake District and the Cheshire Plain. The highest point in North West England (and the highest peak in England) is Scafell Pike, Cumbria, at a height of 3,209 feet (978 m).

source: wikipedia North West England

London

London

London is the capital and most populous city of England, Great Britain, and the United Kingdom. Standing on the River Thames in the south eastern part of the island of Great Britain, London has been a major settlement for two millennia. It was founded by the Romans, who named it Londinium. London’s ancient core, the City of London, largely retains its 1.12-square-mile (2.9 km2) medieval boundaries and since at least the 19th century, the term London has also referred to the metropolis developed around this core. The bulk of this conurbation forms Greater London, a region of England governed by the Mayor of London and the London Assembly. The conurbation also covers two English counties: the small district of the City of London and the county of Greater London. The latter constitutes the vast majority of London, though historically it was split between Middlesex (a now abolished county), Essex, Surrey, Kent, and Hertfordshire. However many residents of districts that were historically part of one of these counties continue to consider said districts as not being part of London.

London’s vast urban area is often described using a set of district names, such as Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Wembley and Whitechapel. These are either informal designations, reflect the names of villages that have been absorbed by sprawl, or are superseded administrative units such as parishes or former boroughs.

source: Wikipedia – London