We have over 38 years’ experience in designing new build houses and revamping existing buildings and are familiar with every intricacy that is involved with the process. Whether you are building an extension, a conservatory or starting from the ground up, we can help you navigate the sometimes precarious area of seeking planning permission.
Before beginning the process of getting planning permission you should first check to see if you actually require permission from the local authority for your project. Certain projects do not require permission, depending on a number of factors which can be found on our website.
If you do not require permission, you are free to submit your application to the NCS with a written description of your intended project. You may choose to forego having plans produced professionally by an architect and in the short term this will reduce costs. You are however, exposing yourself to a variety of risks should you decide to design the project yourself. Building planning regulations must still be adhered to and employing our services will ensure that your project is in line with these regulations.
If your project requires permission, then we can guide you through every step of the process and our testimonials will attest to the fact that we offer an extremely professional service and have done for over thirty years. Once we have carried out a survey, as well as a needs and options review with you, our client, we can then proceed to the feasibility study stage. Once we have determined whether the project is feasible we can then complete the final scheme drawings in which we map out in detail the proposed project. Once this has been completed we can submit the plans to your local authority for approval under the Town and Country planning acts.
Designing and building projects can be a stressful undertaking at the best of times but we aim to make the process as streamlined and stress free as possible for you, from start to finish. Contact us for more details on how to get your project off the ground.