Have you made the switch to working from home and now require a dedicated office space? Or do you want to unlock the potential of your property by adding a new building for relaxing, socialising or working out? Onyx Groundworks & Landscaping provides a start-to-finish service for the construction of bespoke garden rooms. Whether your priority is entertaining, mindfulness, work or even getting a small business up and running, our company can deliver results tailored to your every need.
Operating out of Farnham, our team of landscaping, construction and groundwork contractors helps homeowners across Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex make the most of their gardens. This includes key service areas like Ashtead, Esher, Farnborough, Guildford, Haslemere, Leatherhead, Midhurst and Weybridge.
At Onyx Groundworks & Landscaping, we have a skillset that covers all the services needed to deliver bespoke garden buildings of any kind. We use premium materials to suit your aesthetic requirements and tailor the interior to create a truly fit-for-purpose environment. Some of the most popular ways to use these rooms includes offices, gyms, bars, playrooms or dedicated places for rest and relaxation.
To create the kind of space you need, we cover the:
If needed, we can also integrate kitchen and/or bathroom facilities into garden rooms in compliance with all relevant standards.
To arrange an initial consultation about your own project, call us on 08000 622569 or 07825 185352. From Guildford to Leatherhead, our Farnham-based landscaping, construction and groundwork contractors happily visit locations throughout Hampshire, Surrey and West Sussex.
In most cases, the garden rooms our landscaping, construction and groundwork contractors build qualify as a permitted development. This means that, if your proposed design falls within the stated conditions and limitations, you don’t need local authority planning approval. Of course, this makes your project more efficient and cost-effective.
The list of conditions and limitations is too long to cover on this page, but the most important relate to the new structure’s footprint and height.
To fall within permitted development rights, these outbuildings must not take up over 50% of the land in your garden. They also must not exceed 2.5m in height. When calculating the former point, you must include any previous extensions to your original Farnham, Guildford, Leatherhead or local-area home.
If you want to meet permitted development criteria, you also cannot use your new building as self-contained or sleeping accommodation. This rules out TV aerials and satellite TV facilities.