Office conversion rights producing poor-quality homes, surveyors warn

The government has said it is 'reviewing ways to ensure that all types of development are of a high standard' in the wake of a report by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) which concluded that office-to-residential permitted development rules have allowed the development of 'extremely poor-quality housing'.

by Michael Donnelly
Offices: report says that many residential conversions are of poor quality
Offices: report says that many residential conversions are of poor quality

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