At The Sash Window Workshop we have over 20 years’ experience working on timber windows in period properties. To help preserve the architectural heritage of local areas, many of the period properties we work on are located in conservation areas.
If you live in a conservation area you will need to ensure that any replacement sash windows or casement windows are in keeping with the property and the local area. Depending whether your property is under Article 4 Preservation you may need to obtain planning permission before replacing the window.
We are proud to be able to offer replacement timber windows that can comply to the strict requirements of different conservation areas. Below is a list of some of the planning authorities where we have previously manufactured and installed new timber windows in conservation areas:
- City of Westminster
- The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
- Merton Council
- Wandsworth Council
- London Borough of Islington
- Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
- Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead
- Reading Borough Council
- Chichester District Council
- Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council
- West Berkshire Council
- Ealing Council
- London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham
- South Buckinghamshire District Council
- South Oxfordshire District Council
- Elmbridge Borough Council
- Guildford Borough Council
- Hastings Borough Council
- Tunbridge Wells Borough Council
- Brighton and Hove City Council
To find out more about replacing windows in a conservation area, view our listed property and conservation area guide.