Landmark Lofts has helped thousands of clients achieve their loft dreams over the years, and we have plenty of tips and advice to share with you. Tap on any of the images, or type in a keyword below to see articles on anything from how to make your loft conversion eco friendly, to reviews and interviews with clients and industry experts.
How to decorate your home office
How to decorate your baby’s nursery
How are you celebrating diversity?
Buy smaller, build bigger with a loft conversion
Boomerang Kids: how to make your house a family home again
We are now the only RICS regulated loft conversion company in London.
Eco-friendly Tips That Don’t Cost the Earth
How to decorate your bedroom
The benefits of an integrated project management team
What makes Landmark Lofts different?
How to keep your loft conversion cool in the heat
Landmark Lofts Christmas Fairs 2015
Planning Permission and Permitted Development
Loft conversion costs: What’s the bottom line?
Conservation areas in London
Could your house have Toxic Home Syndrome?
Freehold and Leasehold explained
How to keep your loft warm in winter
Types of Loft Conversions
Top 7 Alternative Loft Conversion Ideas
Double the size and value of your property with a loft conversion
What happens after I book a design consultation?
Lambeth Building Alterations and Extensions Supplementary Planning Guidance gains approval
How can you raise the height of your loft?
Why converting your loft makes sense
5 reasons why you need a pod-room: Jane’s fairytale
How to make the most out of your your loft space
Top 10 Design Ideas for Loft Conversions
Will your loft design work?
Paul Dolan’s ‘Happiness By Design’ at Ecobuild 2015
How a Tin Hat Can Save You Time and Money!
Landmark Lofts is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Landmark Group. The Landmark Group of companies includes a Chartered Building Company (CIOB), Chartered Architectural Practice (RIBA) and Chartered Building Surveyors (RICS). The Landmark Group specialises in the project management of loft conversions, extensions and refurbishments.
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