Screwfix no longer sell ready to build self build conservatory packages, but they do have a great selection of uPVC patio doors, windows, exterior doors and slef supporting glazing systems that include wall plates and end bars, to support polycarbonate sheeting.
Also check out the Screwfix clearance sale.
Do I need planning permission to erect a conservatory?
Planning permission is usually not required in England and Wales, provided that:
B&Q have an extensive online range of self build conservatories with savings up to £574, and also conservatory furniture. Their range includes Victorian, Edwardian and traditional lean-to styles, together with Litespace Extensions; plus Freestyle Conservatories (although the latter due to their customised nature can only be bought through a B & Q store.) UK delivery is free of charge and within 28 days.
In any event, it is wise to check with your local authority. We accept no responsibility if the above advice is incorrect as regulations change all the time. It is the houseowner's responsibility to ensure that planning permission is obtained if required.
Do I need building regulations approval?
Usually building regulations approval is not required, provided that:
In any event, it is wise to check with your local planning officer. We accept no responsibility if the above advice is incorrect as regulations change all the time. It is the houseowner's responsibility to ensure that building regulations approval is obtained if required.
Specialist site selling a complete range for DIY self build and self assembly in PVC-u with double glazing, in a variety of designs. They sell direct to the public at trade prices.
DIY Conservatories & Windows
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DIY packages to be bought online, including traditional, Edwardian and Victorian styles. Included with each package is a base plan so that you can prepare the site; fitting instructions for installation onto the base you have already prepared and a helpline for advice and technical expertise both before and during your build.