Conservatories and porches must meet Local Government requirements

  • 6 Jan 2014

Areas will be deemed exempt subject to meeting all of the following conditions;
• Glazing complying with Parts K4, K5.1, K5.2, and K5.3, and K5.4 of Schedule 1.
• The thermal separation between building and conservatory or porch is maintained.
• The heating system of the building is not extended into the conservatory or porch.

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