Rendering of an architectural design as plan and/or elevation views of a building or structure.
Building regulations are minimum standards for design, construction and alterations to virtually every building

The calculations needed to construct a building design.

An application needed to gain permission to change the use of the building.

The construction of new houses or other buildings.

Uses classes; A,B, C, D, Sui Generis.

We can submit applications for new or existing extension projects 

An application to get permission to use the space under the roof of a house that has been adapted into a living area, typically a bedroom.

A flat resulting from the conversion of a house or former non residential building. 

Listed Building Consent is required for all works for demolition, alteration or extension to a listed building that affect its character as a building of special architectural or historical interest.

If the planning application does not get approved, we can appeal to make sure it does.

A house in multiple occupation is a property rented out by at least 3 people who are not from 1 ‘household’ but share facilities like the bathroom and kitchen.

Registering land or property in England, first time registration, transfer of ownership and change of details. 

You may need to apply for advertisement consent to display an advertisement bigger than 0.3 metres (or any size of illuminated) on the front, or outside, your property (house or business premises). 

Vehicle crossover application, also known as dropped kerbs, allow vehicles to cross a pavement to access property or off street parking.

An application for the removal or variation of a condition following the grant of planning permission or listed building consent.

The innovative use of 3D modelling and CAD software applications in architectural presentations and the benefits or 3D modelling.

A premises license, or a club premises certificate, is a permanent license granted for specific location, that authorises the holder to carry on any or all of the following licensable activities. 

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