Can you block up a bathroom window?

Can you block up a bathroom window?

just get some "window film"/privacy film/decal. Basically, you use a little soapy water and stick it to the window. Then you use like a credit card or ruler or something like that, and scrape the water out from under the window sticker, and voila.

Do I need permission to block up a window?

Planning permission is not usually required to replace, add or move windows and doors in the original walls of your house. ... Planning permission to insert a new window or door opening is not required as long as any upper floor windows on the side elevation are glazed with obscured glass (level 4 or 5 obscurity).

Do I need building regs to block up a window?

You would need Building Regs to infill a window and it may not be granted if the result is there is insufficient window remaining as a % of the floor area. New bricks of the same type will blend in fairly quickly and some trellis over the area will make the join less prominent.

How close can a window be to a wall?

20 feet

Do you need certificates for new windows?

When having windows and doors replaced homeowners should ensure they obtain a Certificate of Compliance, which should be kept with all legal documents relating to the property.

What is a good VT for Windows?

While VT theoretically varies between 0 and 1, most values among double- and triple-pane windows are between 0.