Trusted Conservatory Builders

We at Propoint UK can build bespoke conservatories and luxury conservatories. We have the skills to build you a conservatory to suit your individual requirements. We can build any style conservatory you’d like; this includes the Georgian, Edwardian, Victorian and Gable conservatory styles. We offer a wide choice of glass options including self-cleaning glass. Self-cleaning glass is a type of glass with a microscopic coating, this allows dirt to be broken down by daylight and then cleaned away by wind and rain.

We offer guarantees on all the work we do and materials we use. We put faith in our conservatories and make sure they are manufactured to the highest quality. We can build any type of conservatory to suit your budget.

What permission do I need?

Many people aren’t sure what permissions are needed to build a conservatory. Here we’ll help you answer the questions “Do I need planning permission for a conservatory?”, “Do I need building regulation approval for a conservatory?” and “What’s the difference between planning permission and building regulation approval?”

Planning Permission

A new build conservatory may require Planning permission. So it’s important to check if the work requires permission and check to see if it will be considered ‘permitted development’ before any work commences. To do this you must contact your local Planning Authority. If then they say that Planning permission is required, they’ll give you the information required to get a planning application.

Building Regulations

Building Regulations are different to planning permissions. These are there to ensure health, safety and energy conservation. But most conservatories are exempt from these building regulations. Here is a list of the criteria that a conservatory must meet to be exempt from these building regulations:

  • They are built at ground level and are less than 30 square metres in floor area.
  • The conservatory is separated from the house by external quality walls, doors or windows.
  • There should be an independent heating system with separate temperature and on/off controls.
  • Glazing and any fixed electrical installations comply with the applicable building regulations requirements (see below).

For more info about conservatory planning permissions and building regulations please check out this cool conservatories mini guide from Planning Portal.

Please Contact us if you have any questions or would like to request a price quote for a conservatory build.