Any good builder will tell you that, to have a successful building project, you have to be able to see the project completed before you start. If you haven’t worked through details of the project in your mind, and solved and documented all the problems first, you are heading for some unexpected surprises as well as costs.
After reading the last two articles we have published on form 16’s – because we are sure you have read them, you should have a clear understanding about the use of Form 16’s and what your responsibilities are under the Building Act 1975. We will now walk you through the form step-by-step and clearly explain each part and how to fill it out.
All you die-hard home renovation fans know what an exciting project a shed-to-house conversion presents – your Pinterest account is probably filled with incredibly clever examples. But what many don’t realise, is that there is a lot more to a conversion than just changing the appearance and fitting it out with a sweet interior.
Everyone loves a home with a great view. This generally means your house must be built on a sloping site, therefore it is important to determine any issues early on in the planning stage, or else things could go down hill very quickly.