Architectural Services

  • Extensions & Alterations

    The design of your proposal is so important to get right, exploring all options to ensure the scheme delivers and offers good value. By first undertaking a detailed measured survey and preparing scheme drawings, it is easy to see what the proposal will look like, which will then evolve during the process into an effective buildable proposal that fulfils and often surpasses the brief.

  • New Builds

    Whether you are experienced developers or have a one off plot for your own home, we can set about tackling the increasingly complex planning and building regulations hurdles and can also offfer CML Profession Consultant Certificate ("Architect's Certificate") services.

  • Listed Building Consent

    If seeking to make alterations to a listed building, additional legislation applies, as Listed Buildings cannot be modified without first obtaining Listed Building Consent (LBC) through the relevant local planning authority. Most internal alterations are required to have LBC and if extending a listed property then both LBC and planning permission will need to be applied for and approved prior to commencement of works.

  • Building Regulations

    Further to the Planning stage, a Building Regulations application will need to be made to the Local Authority Building Control department.

  • Specification

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  • Project Management

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  • "Fantastic work, thank you. You made the application seem a doddle!"

    AlanN. Cornwall
  • "Clear detailed plans from start to finish, extension looks superb, Thank you"

  • "Thank you so much for your hard work, support and perseverance! We really do appreciate your determination and professionalism which has, in no doubt, ensured the success of the planning application."

  • "Despite an uphill struggle with the planners, we persevered and have a fantastic home to show for it, thanks for all your help"

  • "I honestly thought we would have more trouble in planning, but nothing, thank you very much, it looks great!"


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