Can a conservatory have solid walls?
Answered by Diamond Developments & Maintenance LTD
3rd January 2020
Diamond Developments & Maintenance LTD answered the question "Can a conservatory have solid walls?"
The answer is yes, a conservatory can have solid walls however 3 of them have to be under 900 mm. for example you could have a feature brickwork wall all the way to the top and 3 dwarf walls to create the external shape of a square or rectangle conservatory. conservatories come in different shapes and sizes but that doesnt effect weather it can have solid walls or not. they can all have solid walls
Answered by Martindale Windows and Developments Ltd
25th March 2019
Martindale Windows and Developments Ltd answered the question "Can a conservatory have solid walls?"
Whether you’d like a contemporary feel with long, tall glazed frames, or a more traditional feel with brick piers and walls, the design choice is endless. The only consideration to adding brick walls to an existing conservatory is wether the existing footings are deep enough to support the new weight of the bigger/taller wall
Answered by DL Property Maintenance Services
13th March 2019
DL Property Maintenance Services answered the question "Can a conservatory have solid walls?"
Yes conservatory’s can have solid walls but three of the walls have to be 900mm or lower. You can have one wall up to roof height if you wanted to as long as you are not blocking a neighbours light. These regulations apply because if you have all four walls solid and quite heigh it then becomes an extension and you need to consult local planning