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Studio flat's planning regulations

Can a studio flat be on two floors - a ground floor and a first floor with own entrance and garden space? What's the definition of a non traditional studio flat? The size of the unit is not suitable for one bedroom flat or house. How can I sell it as a separate unit? Many thanks!

Asked on Aug 11 2017, New Homes in London | Report content

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  • Hello - for it to be sold as a separate unit, I would say that it should be "self-contained" - i.e. principally having its own bathroom and kitchen. A lot of studios have both the living room and bedroom as one but if you can keep them separate, then that would certainly help (as you're then making the unit into a form of "microflat"). Having the separate garden space will also help. Hope that's answered your question?

    Answered on Aug 15 2017, Report content

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