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  • Writer's pictureGlenn Thompson

Converting a Loft in Crawfordsburn, Planning Permission Granted!

Great news that planning permission has been granted! Now I can begin preparing construction drawings and lodge a Building Control application. 😊


Here was my clients wish-list for his loft / attic conversion:


Ground Floor

  • New staircase from existing hall to access the new first floor


First Floor

  • 2 additional bedrooms in the attic / loft.

  • 1 new office / study upstairs.

  • 1 new bathroom (shower / toilet / wash hand basin) which could be en-suite to a bedroom or separate. 

  • Maximize views at the rear of house towards the sea.

  • Storage space for occasional use items.


Converting an attic / loft space in Northern Ireland | Planning Portal NI | GT Building Design
The Proposed Rear Elevation showing the new large dormer with each room having a sliding door / Juilet Balcony to maximise sea views.

Converting an attic / loft space in Northern Ireland | Planning Portal NI | GT Building Design
On the new first floor a Master Bedroom (En-suite) an additional bedroom and a new Study. Also a Games Room and great storage space.

Converting an attic / loft space in Northern Ireland | Planning Portal NI | GT Building Design
On the ground floor the Entrance Porch enlarged to accommodate coats and boots. The new stair located in the Entrance Hall to access the converted attic / loft.

Hope you like the changes. If you are considering the potential that your loft / attic space has contact me for advice.


In addition to providing extra space, a well-executed loft conversion will also increase the value of your property. It can also be a more cost-effective solution compared to building an extension and without increasing your homes footprint.


Whatever extra space you would love or need in your home, converting a dusty old loft / attic is a great way to extend your home.


Contact me for advice no obligation, I would be more than happy to help. Glenn





Attic / Loft Conversions in Northern Ireland | GT Building Design

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