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Built a wall in my back garden
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New door and doorway
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Why use London Quality Constructions Group Ltd.
Our dedicated, flexible and highly experienced team offers tailored solutions and honest advice to every one of our valued customers. Our engineers and specialist constructors have delivered projects across the spectrum using state of the art equipment and efficient methods to ensure timely, on-budget completion and operational excellence every time.
LQC-GROUP is skilled in fulfilling a range of construction needs, no matter the scope or complexity of the task at hand. We work to your specifications and offer advice on the best course of action for each individual project. By hiring us, you benefit from cost-effective, high-quality results and a team of right-hand men who are entirely dedicated to fulfilling your building vision.
Benefiting from a prime UK location, LQC-GROUP has had the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects throughout London city and its surrounds.
We involve our customers at every stage of project development and are not afraid of big ideas – if you can imagine it, we do everything we can to achieve it. When it comes to design, we consider how the individual area’s colour, texture, movement, and technology will relate to one another to create a functional, attractive space.
We prioritise organic development and do not approach any project with pre-conceived ideals. Instead, we fuse our creativity, specialist experience and research with your objectives to form a natural, conceptual response to every individual project for outstanding results every time.
Any project that involves an extension to a current property or creation of a new build may require planning permission from the local authority. Depending on the size and impact of the project, extensions or outbuildings require permission in order for the authorities to control development levels.
The concept of Permitted Development (PD) was introduced in the 1948 Town and Planning Act to allow for small home improvements, such as converting a loft or modest extensions, without the need to request permission. The level of work that can be carried out under PD depends on a variety of factors including location (exceptions might include Areas of Natural Beauty) and the extent of work already undertaken on a property.
Outline planning permission grants the construction of a dwelling, subject to certain conditions but outline applications often prove so complex that many developers choose to submit a full application. If, however, a plot already comes with outline permission, the approval document will offer a good idea of the type of house you could end up building.
Full approval is likely on a design that follows these guidelines but other schemes could potentially be approved.
All buildings are classed under one of six headers:
- Frame Construction (ISO Class I, IBC Type V)
- Joisted Masonry (ISO Class 2, IBC Type III, IBC Type IV)
- Light Noncombustible (ISO Class 3, IBC Type IIB)
- Masonry Noncombustible (ISO Class 4, IBC Type IIA)
- Modified Fire Resistive (ISO Class 5, IBC Type IB)
- Fire Resistive (ISO Class 6, IBC Type IA)
Building classification is based on both its elements and their fire-resistance rating. Building elements include the: structural frame; exterior and interior bearing walls; exterior and interior non-bearing walls and partitions, and the floor and roof construction, including supporting beams and joists.