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13 Sep 2015 19:45 by Alman Star rating. 1 posts Send private message

Hi everyone

I have just bought a typical Spanish town house in a terrace and was wanting to put a roof terrace onto the property. Both houses at either side have a roof terrace and I was wondering if anybody has any experience of undertaking a similar task.would for example an architect be required to draw up plans or could it be done by a competent builder? Also an approximate price per sq metre would be useful to know. The roof slopes from one side to the other and is in a poor state but the major internal support beams are sound.. Any answers, advice or relevant comments much appreciated!

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13 Sep 2015 20:45 by nitram Star rating in castalla. 172 posts Send private message

Go to your Town Hall amd ask them. then no differances in answers from others

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13 Sep 2015 22:08 by GuyT Star rating. 497 posts Send private message

Where i live (Extremadura) you need to submit a "project" to the ayuntiamiento to repair your dog kennel. 

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18 Sep 2015 12:35 by mariadecastro Star rating in Algeciras (Cadiz). 9337 posts Send private message

Legal Questions? Speak to Maria Direct

These licenses are intended for works that are characterized by their simplicity and low technical and economic and constructive entity, usually consisting of simple repair works, decoration... which does not require a signed technical project or high budgets. 




 In no case involving restructuring, distribution or substantial modification of Structural elements, they are minor works such as paving the ground, retiling the roof, bright ads...




 There are three types of minor works: 




Informed: This is not a license. They are works that are not subject to license or payment of fees or taxes on buildings, facilities and works.  They include grading work, plot cleaning, interior work that does not involve changes to ceilings, pillars and to the distribution of the building, extraordinary window decorations.... 






Works subject to licensing and to pay Construction, Equipment and Works tax but not to pay the  Local Council’s fee :  included are: plastering, stuccoing and  painting of facades, balconies, projections, repainting of  shutters, doors;  fences changing of doors and windows, re-roofing  not involving the structure, placement of exhaust and ventilation ... 






 They are minor works, subject to the obtaining of license, payment of Local Council fee and of the tax for Construction, Equipment and Works.  Includes front eaves, light box signs, closing of hollows of doors, balconies or balcony-window, window hollows, bumps on the sidewalks to facilitate access of vehicles...


Maria L. de Castro, JD, MA



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