Conservatories and Boundaries
We often get asked:
How close should I build a conservatory to my boundary?
My answer, and this is of course is only my opinion, is that you should leave enough room so that your conservatory’s foundations don’t protrude into your neighbours land. This would normally mean around 150mm (6 inches in old money) between the outside wall of your conservatory and the boundary line.
This will then allow your neighbours to put up an extension or conservatory in the future, without the hassle of your foundations being on their land and causing future problems. Please also don’t forget about guttering and drainage when planning your conservatory and try to make sure that you keep it all on your side of the boundary.