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Purchase of local housing

I want to buy a local who has 82 M2 and a total height of 5.05 m. I wonder if, with that height, it would be legal to do a duplex and which permissions would need to make the House. It is a diaphanous.

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Respect what he says, Boris has reason, but,... here in Spain it is always very difficult to be able to do that transformation. The height, if it is a legal requirement as it says the colleague, but other legal imperatives that have not been commented on,.. for example... is expressly forbidden to transform local commercial housing, not to be that,.. the municipal authority of approval to the work,... because you have to take into account various factors,.. such as... Patio lights, all-important,.. every room new, you have to have a window with a minimum of measures, in function of the square of surface area for the new hole,... the minimum time are 1 x 1 m, 1.20 x 1.20 Can't open windows if there is no distance minimum with the facade of the other house adjoining, the distance minimum is about 5 feet of separation from the neighbor (depending on the autonomous community) as well as other measures to take. That transformation, to be legal, you need a study of architecture,... that is to say an architect or quantity surveyor, you have to visit the local, and in view of what they see, the will tell you if it can be done or cannot be done from the technical point of view. Can not and should not do on their own, with a few masons and such, are plays that any neighbor would put a complaint in the excmo.ayuntamiento department of Urban planning of any city of the relevant community,... with which even having finished the work, 1 a fine "fat" ... 2nd if the local does not give to build legally,... because the characteristics of Urbanism are in the way,... in a short period of time will force the derrumbre of what is constructed,.. and if given, and what is constructed is valid and approved by town Planning, Dto. of Architecture Municipal,... does not oblige him to break down but,.. you would have to do what you did not do out of principle (the project officer) and... from there it has to be approved by the city Council,... then I would have to give the documentation to submit in the cadastre, and the registration of the property in order to comply with the doom of... pay more taxes I. B. I and I forgot to tell you... if you are in a capital city more or less large,... you mareará the city Council before giving you the new license of occupation, if you are in a village the thing can go better and faster. I've given some steps to follow, if you want to make legal, if you prefer to "throw you to the mountain" Utd. Same,.. I wouldn't do it simply because it is what happens,... before or after, and depending on the community,.. the illegal construction in premises of this type,.. are considered as crimes urbanisticos,... and the town hall of the place,.. have in your hand the power to crucify him like a criminal. whatever you decide,... LUCK.

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The height of a NORMAL room in a design, it is set at around 2,75 meters. The rules in Spain, for what I just read, vary from community to community, and set the minimum height between 2.50 and 2.70 meters. I read from another forum, that a person, that I build with to 2.43 height, forced him to "raise the roof". So, if you're 5,05 height, you're going to lose quietly 15 cm between "ceiling and floor" to divide... and you would be 2 rooms of just 2.45 metres height: to Be well below the legal limit, and you'd have trouble to get you to approve it.

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Its height varies based on whether FAI, national aero club or local rules apply to the competition.

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Let's see there are two things, very similar but different, if your question is to make duples as such, since you say that you can not, now, if what you want is a loft, the difference is that to be a duplex, you lose a volume to build two separate that they have to have independence in a constructive but with access from one to the other, so to speak, you have to respect these minimum distances between floor and floor is ceiling and that at some town hall allow you to from 2.4, while that in the, loft is the same volume in which you play with the heights of "furniture" are not stories as such but for example you place a pallet to the height that is the bed, is the same thing that is done in many industrial buildings, if you have set have a plant made of profile-based shelving to a height of 2.10/2.20 m, this will have the consideration of shelves and do not need to project architect, it is with a certificate of installation signed by a competent technician. Now the main problem is not the height, but the usefulness of the soil, when the Pgou to each plot is given a utility, and that in particular has a % of commercial use and other % residence, and to change what needs to authorize the town council and it is not easy that change of use, in terms of the windows are not necessary, since you can play as you said with the volume, what is needed is a renewal of air and a minimum evacuation of the air without disturbing the rest of neighbors. As you have said there are two ways of doing it the cheap and therefore crappy, and the correct, in that you can get something very cool but is expensive, quite expensive, with a lot of paperwork and slow, because you need to project, notary and registration for the change of use, license work major, permission of community, change of services with utility companies (electricity, water, trash, gas).

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