Looking to Renovation or Extend Your Bexleyheath Home?
Your home isn’t just the biggest purchase you’ll probably ever make – it’s the place where, above all, you should feel happy and comfortable and that things are as you want them. So whether you’re building a new home or improving the one you have, making it perfect is a task you need to entrust to the right people.
Bluelime Home Design is one of the leading home improvement companies in south London and north Kent. We’ve worked with more homes than we can remember over the years, designing everything from new kitchens and bedrooms to whole self builds and new builds. We love a challenge, whether that’s getting the most out of a tight budget or working our magic in a small space; we don’t just want to meet your expectations, but to exceed them.
Living in Bexleyheath
One of London’s more affordable areas for property, Bexleyheath is popular with families thanks to its good schools (including grammar schools), parks and gardens, and 35-minute commute into central London. It has a large number of impressive Georgian, Victorian and 1930s homes as well as several interesting stately homes, including William Morris’s Red House.
As local architects, we have an excellent relationship with Bexley Council and our network of trusted local builders, from whom we always obtain several quotes so we can get both the best value and the best end result for you. We’re extremely familiar with the council’s planning policies and requirements and know how to design homes that meet both your needs and their requirements.
House prices in Bexleyheath
In October 2018, the average price for property in Bexleyheath was £394,455: £539,323 for a detached house; £426,404 for a semi-detached house; £362,761 for a terraced house and £240,623 for a flat. Prices rose 0.02 per cent in the previous three months.
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Planning applications in Bexleyheath
Bexley Council is the planning authority for Bexleyheath, so if you want to extend or alter your home or build a new one, you will usually need to submit 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. This costs £90 for a letter, or £115 for a meeting of up to an hour.
Directions to us from our Nearest Office
We have offices in Dartford, Erith, Bexley, Bromley and Croydon and are also well established in Blackheath, Greenwich, Lewisham and Dulwich; and our reputation for delivering exceptional advice and service means we are growing and expanding all the time. If you’d like to find out more about how we can help, contact us on 01322 521026, email email@example.com or drop into our office at 4 St Mary’s Road, Bexley DA5 2DD.
Claim Your Guide Below
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