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Renovate the building to enhance it (part 2)

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Renovate the building to enhance it (part 2)

With this second part of the article I keep with you the journey between the various types of restructuring. And I do that by continuing to export the explanatory table in which I divided the characteristics and individual types based on their classification in small and great works and the first ordinary and extraordinary in renovations.

Last time we finished with the renovation, now I continue with the characteristics and types of renovations.

Extraordinary maintenance works:

— You must submit a construction project, together with an application for planning permission or a declaration of commencement of business;

— The maintenance works should not completely change your property for the form, appearance and use as it was before surgery;

— You must check with a designer that interventions that you mean to actually fall between categories required by building regulations;

In detail the extraordinary maintenance jobs include:

— Consolidation, renewal and replacement of parts of the structure, whether building, such as retaining walls, lintels and insoles;

— Works for the construction of toilets and technology;

— Changing the distribution of its interior space;

— Interventions on the facades of the building;

— Creation of the courtyard and garden;

— Transformation of the property from single unit to more residential units and vice versa

Major works:

— You have to ask, where is located your property, a building permit and pay contributions to the municipality.

— Are interventions that relate to your building in its entirety, both inside and outside;

— All transformations that lead to substantial changes to property as the change of use, aesthetics, the size of the building itself and its complete reconstruction;

Examples of major works are:

— Construction of new buildings;

— Extension of existing buildings;

— Installation of prefabricated and furniture;

— Construction of car parks not appurtenant (IE that can be built and sold individually)

I hope that with these two articles by giving you a clear picture, so when you need to restructure your property you know which route you must face

for its realization avoiding fines, being aware if you have to support a bureaucratic cost for municipal charges or anything else, avoiding aggravation, wasting time and money, discussions and quarrels.

We look forward to give you other useful information, because as we say an informed customer is a customer.

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