Rear extension within permitted development rights | Real Homes

Michael Holmes explains the benefits of permitted development rights for homeowners, and Lucy Searle takes us on a tour of a refurbished home with a contemporary rear extension which did not require planning permission

White rendered modern extension against brick house

Architect Gregory Phillips created an airy addition for a Victorian just outside London, which opens out onto a decidedly nontraditional English garden—a large lawn bordered by exotic palms, bamboos, ferns, and other flamboyant foliage.

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Minimal Windows Sliding Glass Doors by IQ Glass offer the slimmest frame in the market for contemporary new builds with a modern, minimal design aesthetic.

This project involved a two storey extension to the side and a single storey extension to the rear of an existing 1930′s house to create a family home suitable for today’s living standards. The single storey extension to the rear houses a new open plan kitchen, living and dining area with a large internal sliding door which closes off the living area. Light wells overhead provide natural light deep into the existing house plan. Sliding aluminium framed doors lead to the garden. www.dmvf.ie.

Modern Home Remodel Design with Living Space Extension: Beautiful Landscape Green Lawn Glass Wall Modern House Extension

Very nice detail to full height glazed doors. Recessed doodling maximises the glass. www.methodstudio.london

Very nice detail to full height glazed doors. Recessed doodling maximises the glass. www.methodstudio.london

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