Planning a home extension requires careful planning, it is not something that should be done without a good plan in mind. You need to think about what you want to include in the extension, what works best and if you have the budget available for the whole project. There are many factors to consider when planning a home extension. You will have to think about the zoning laws, what will be suitable for your new building and how much space you will have to leave unused. It will need to look nice as well. This is why an Timber Framed Extension is one of the best options open to you.
When planning a home extension, make sure that you get your home plan approved by your local planning authority. They will usually require certain things such as the size of the extension, the type of construction materials you are going to use, how many rooms you are planning to include and whether any environmentally sensitive features will affect the design. Your local planning authority also requires planning permission for most major developments and for some small alterations to already existing buildings. If you don’t have planning permission then you may have to apply for planning permission separately. When planning a home extension, you will have to take into account any local heritage listing agreements.
In short, what to think about when planning a home extension? You need to think about any of the main factors: what works best and how much money you have available to spend.