Posted by Brevard Alfred on Friday, 7 February, 2020 00:22:14
Extension costs vary across the UK and so it is important to enter the post code for the property which is to be extended. Material costs tend to vary only marginally across the UK reflecting the cost of delivery over larger distances in more remote locations.
The average cost for a house extension comes to £1,500 - £2,000 per m2 in London and South East and between £1,200 - £1,500. To this cost you should add a 10-15% for professional fees + VAT. For two-storey extensions, to the total price you also need to include add 50% to the cost of a single-storey extension.
The costs soon add up. How much did my extension cost? Now that it is completed I can tally up the total cost of the extension. I have not included the cost of architect designs, planning permission, building control and inspection (because these will vary and I do not have the figures at hand at the moment!). New extension build costs
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The average cost per m2 for an extension outside of London is between £1,200-£1,500. In London and the South East, the average cost per m2 is around £1,500-£2,000+. For two-storey extensions, add 50% to the cost of a single-storey extension. If you want to add a bathroom or kitchen, add £5,000-£10,000.