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Barn Conversions

All across the UK there are old derelict barns that are ideal for conversions. Barn conversions are used for a number of purposes, including;
  • Spacious family homes
  • Offices
  • Workshops
  • Holiday lets
If you’re thinking of buying a barn to convert, then it pays to do your homework and find answers to the following questions and more;
  • Has planning permission been denied in the past?
  • Are there any plans to develop nearby land for houses etc?
  • How accessible is the barn for deliveries of building materials?
  • Will you be able to afford to buy the barn and convert it?
  • Are there any local barn conversion specialists in the area?
Whether you’re converting a barn on your existing premises or have seen one a bit further away, you can search online by town or postcode to find a barn conversion company in that area of the UK.

As with any building work that requires planning permission, it’s crucial that you don’t get carried away by starting any work before your plans have been approved. Every year in the UK people fall into this trap and are then forced to return the barn to its original condition at considerable expense.

Barn conversion tip: Be prepared for the fact that your ban conversion plans may be rejected a few times and have to be altered before they are finally given the go ahead. You should factor in the cost of the waiting involved (mortgage payments etc) and changes made by your architect to the original plans.