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What factors do I need to consider when planning to renovate an old house in the UK?

One of the most significant factors to consider when renovating an old house is what regulations are in place that affect your property. Heritage home renovations are often required to adhere to certain guidelines to preserve historical value. Development applications, heritage colour schemes, and structural changes are a few examples of rules that may apply to a heritage site. What’s more, these regulations vary regionally, so it’s smart to work with a local professional to ensure your renovation is compliant.

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