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Bringing the outdoors in with conservatories is being taken aboard!

August 15, 2018


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Photo Credit: www.pocruises.com

Accommodating a diverse range of people and families, conservatories have been a quintessential part of British culture as far back as the First World War. The recent increase in demand for conservatories is thanks to the 1970s glazing boom, alongside the 1980’s introduction of uPVC windows; putting conservatories well within the price range of many households. Furthermore, following the introduction of the Larger Home Extension Scheme in 2013, it’s of no surprise to us that larger conservatories in Gloucester have become even more popular over the last few years.

So, what does the future hold for conservatories?…

Well, believe it or not, the British love of conservatories is destined to ‘sail the Seven Seas’ from 2020!

It’s all above-board, we promise!

Known for their flexibility, relaxation and social enhancing qualities, P&O Cruises have added ‘Conservatory Mini-suite cabins’ to their range of accommodation. Set to be launched in the spring of 2020, luxury holiday enthusiasts will be able to experience the Norwegian Fjords from the comfort of their very own mini conservatory!

Deemed as ‘the next big thing’ for the future of cruise accommodation, P&O have recognised a gap in the market that effectively opens up the cabin space whilst offering sensational seascape views. Including contemporary L-shaped seating, the cabin can be closed off or left open depending on the time of day or mood. Truly encompassing the concept of bringing the outside in, guests will be able to breathe in the refreshing sea air whilst entertaining or relaxing in unique nautical surroundings.

Chartwell green uPVC conservatory with french doors

Make your Gloucester home ‘shipshape’ with a charming Albany Windows conservatory installation

There are just a few months left to take advantage of the relaxed planning permissions via the Larger Home Extension Scheme, which ends on 30th May 2019. These allow homeowners to build conservatories within conservation areas without the need to apply for planning permission, subject to certain conditions. So, if you need an effective way to extend your Gloucester home with a trusted local installer, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Albany team today.

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