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M Jarrald Construction & Carpentry are a family run builder and contractor based in Hadleigh, Suffolk. With over 30 years exp...
About M Jarrald Construction & Carpentry
M Jarrald Construction & Carpentry are a family run builder and contractor based in Hadleigh, Suffolk. With over 30 years experience in the industry we draw on our knowledge to provide our customers with the finest quality across Ipswich, Colchester, Sudbury and the surrounding villages. Our values are simple: Craftsmanship, honesty and professionalism. By collaborating and consulting with architects and our customers from planning stage through to delivery we ensure that we consistently hand over the highest quality of work. Our ethos is 'always do it the right way' and we approach our projects with this in mind.
M Jarrald Construction & Carpentry Skills
Cellar & Basement Conversions
Chimney Building / Repairs
Garage / Outbuilding Construction
Log Cabins / Timber Framed Buildings
Porch / Canopies
Staircases - Metal
Staircases - Wooden
Chimney Building / Repair
Stonework / Stone Cladding
Carpenter / Joiner
Wooden Fascias / Soffits / Cladding
Wooden Casement Window
Wooden Doors - External
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Can I build a single storey extension without planning permission?
Yes you can, depending on the size of the extension. Developments that extend no further than 3m from the rear wall of the property are likely to be accepted under permitted development and will only require building regs. You must however check that your permitted development rights on the property are intact, you can do this by consulting an architect or by asking your local authority planning department.
Do you need planning permission to convert a loft?
Most loft conversions will be covered under what is called ‘permitted development’ as the owner is converting and using existing volume rather than adding to the property. However watch out for things such as dormer windows cut into the roof as these are likely to require planning permission. There are also some situations where development rights on a property may not be intact so it is best to check this either with an architect or your local authority planning department.
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