PLANNING DRAWINGS
Architectural Services produce all the planning permission application drawings required by the Local Authority for your loft conversion, house extension, garage conversion, annexe or porch.

After the FREE design consultation, your local Designer will carry out a full electronic internal and external measured survey of your property. Once a design has been agreed we will submit the planning application on your behalf and manage it closely with the Local Authority.

What is planning permission?
Your local planning authority (LPA) - usually the district or borough council - is responsible for deciding whether a proposed development should be allowed to go ahead. This is called planning permission. Most new buildings, major alterations to existing buildings and significant changes to the use of a building or piece of land need this permission.

What Type of Permission?
Planning permission is not needed for all household building work. Under permitted development rules you can carry out a number of household building work projects, provided they meet certain limits and conditions.

The main types of permission required for works to an existing house are:

Householder planning consent
For proposals to alter or enlarge a single house, including works within the boundary/garden of a house.
It should be used for projects such as:
Full planning consent
To make a detailed planning application for development, excluding householder developments.
For the purposes of this type of application, development includes building, engineering or other works, in, on, over or under land, or the making of any material change in the use of any buildings or other land. As such it should be used for:
Click here to contact your local Designer >>
RELATED INFORMATION
DOWNLOADS

 The 5 step process
A Structural Engineer is required to calculate the sizes of steel beams / lintels etc. Most projects require the services of a Structural Engineer
SAP (Standard Assessment Procedure) calcs are sometimes required
In this tutorial, we show you how to use Google Ajax Feed API to display RSS feeds from other sites on your own easily and without hosting the files on your own server.