Looking to Renovation or Extend Your New Addington Home
Property in New Addington is inexpensive for London – at just over £300,000, the average property price here is around £350,000 less than the London average. And despite not being one of London's wealthiest areas, New Addington is nonetheless known for having a very strong sense of community – it's a tight-knit neighbourhood where everybody knows everybody else and helps out when it's needed.
Set on a steep hillside rising into the North Downs, New Addington is close to countryside and has undergone millions of pounds of regeneration in recent years, with projects ranging from a leisure centre to an orchard, wildlife meadow and allotments.
Architects in New Addington
Award-winning architects Bluelime Home Design have been inventing, imagining, reinventing and revamping homes in south London and north Kent since 2006. From adding an extra floor to a Bexley bungalow, to creating a cutting-edge extension to a beachfront home in Whitstable, complete with glass balconies, an atrium and a jacuzzi, we love to test our creativity and imagination. Our excellent relationships with several trusted local builders mean we can take care of the whole project for you, from initial designs through to getting planning permission all the way to completion.
House prices in New Addington
In November 2018, the average price for property in New Addington was £303,650, including £320,495 for a semi-detached house, £293,650 for a terraced house and £213,989 for a flat. Prices fell 0.7 per cent in the previous three months.
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Planning applications in New Addington
You will need to submit a planning application to Croydon Council if you are building your own home, or extending or altering the one you have. 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 (although nowadays some conversions don’t need planning permission).
The council can advise you on your application before you submit it. The charges for this are:
Alterations and extensions, other than to listed or conservation buildings: £96 for a 20-minute discussion with a follow-up by email.
More complex alterations and extensions, or work on a building in a conservation area: £240 for written advice.
New homes, or the conversion of a building into up to four flats: £1,200 for a meeting and a follow-up in writing.
Alterations to listed buildings which don't need planning permission: £500
Directions to us from our Nearest Office
Whether you are looking for architectural help with a new build project, a kitchen redesign or a loft extension, If you'd like to talk to us about your plans for your New Addington home, call us at our Croydon office on 01322 521026, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or come and see us at Interchange House, First Floor, 81-85 Station Road.
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