Looking to Renovation or Extend Your Belvedere Home?
From a Victorian villa full of history to a cutting-edge exemplar of modern design, everyone has a different idea of what constitutes a perfect home. So whether you’re building a new property or improving the one you already have, you need a designer who has the experience and expertise to turn your dreams into reality.
Bluelime Home Design is one of the leading home improvement companies in south east London and north Kent. From loft conversions to redesigned kitchens and bathrooms, extensions to new builds, we relish the opportunity to rise to whatever design challenge we’re presented with.
Living in Belvedere
Bexley is one of London’s more affordable boroughs – and popular with families thanks to its good schools, abundance of parks and open spaces, and half-hour commute to central London. Belvedere itself combines historic architecture with a multicultural population, with Victorian and Edwardian homes rubbing shoulders with the town’s Sikh temple.
As established local architects, we have a strong relationship with Bexley Council and a network of trusted builders in the borough, from whom we always obtain several quotes so we can combine both great value and great quality for you. We have extensive experience of the council’s planning policies and are well versed in designing homes that meet their requirements as well as yours.
House prices in Belvedere
In October 2018, the average price for property in Belvedere was £287,237: £427,882 for a detached house; £354,098 for a semi-detached house; £293,297 for a terraced house and £209,460 for a flat. Prices fell 1.19 per cent in the previous three months.
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Planning applications in Belvedere
Bexley Council is the planning authority for Belvedere. If you want to extend or alter your home or build a new home, you will usually need to make a planning application to the council. The charges for this are set by the government:
£206 for an extension
£462 for a new home, or a conversion of another type of building into a home (though nowadays some types of conversion don’t require planning permission).
The council can advise you on your application before you submit it, at a cost of £90 for a letter, or £115 for a meeting of up to an hour.
Directions to us from our Nearest Office
We now have offices in Dartford, Erith, Bexley, Bromley and Croydon, and are well established in Blackheath, Greenwich, Lewisham and Dulwich. Our excellent reputation means we are expanding all the time. To find out more about how we can help, contact us on 01322 521026, email email@example.com or visit our head office at the Thames Innovation Centre, 2 Veridion Way, Veridion Park, Erith DA18 4AL.
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What you will get in this Home Improvement guide:
- Top tips on how to save money when extending your new home
- Typical costs of each type of build
- Top tips on the pitfalls to be avoided
- Information on what type of extension to go for
- Detail on what will bring you most value
- How to avoid cowboy builders
- Industry secrets you need to know
- All the steps involved in extending your home
- Everything you need to know to create your dream home