10:25 AM, 27th June 2022, About 2 years ago 7
Hi Everyone, I bought a dormer bungalow and an indemnity policy for a rear loft conversion (large single, box room & shower room) that received planning permission in 1981 but for which there is no Building Regulations Approval.
The full survey detailed a slight slope in the floor of the corner bedroom of the loft conversion. Three builders have said rectifying the slope is a ‘straightforward case of removing the loft conversion’s internal walls, adjusting the joist height and reinstalling the walls, as per the original layout.’
I intend to sell up within the next 5 years and have read about purchasers reluctance to buy due to the lack of Building Regs, I am in a quandary as to how I should proceed in terms of rectifying the slope. My options seem to be to:
What would you advise?
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