A new first for MJH Architects has been achieved with the approval of extensions for two semi-detached houses in Camberley.  This application for both houses was made under a single joint householder application.

This unique project will involve extending two semi-detached houses dating from the 1930s.  Both schemes will add nearly 100 sqm of new floor space on the ground and first floor.  With close collaboration between MJH Architects, the clients and the contractor, both projects are due to start on site in late spring.

If you live in a semi-detached house, are considering an extension project and have a good relationship with your neighbour, you too may wish to consider a joint planning application.  This could be an attractive option to secure extra space and enable you to make savings to your build costs.  Both projects will be run as separate contracts with the appointed contractor.

Please contact Kate or Mark if you would like further information about the advantages of double extensions.