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Employing an experienced architect to design your home extensions is a great way to ensure that your home is able to deal with all that life throws at it. A home extension can be a major project to undertake; having an architect to oversee the design process not only allows the extension itself to fit […]
Designing your own residence can be an extremely rewarding venture as you can create your dream home from scratch, turning it into reality. However, you will not be surprised to hear that it can be an arduous task from start to finish. Designing a house and making sure that everything is completed to a high […]
Listed buildings are part of our history, and are valued not only by the people that own them but by the public as well. The UK’s architecture is renowned across the world, and it is an important monument to what came before us. As a result, it is only natural that extra care and consideration […]
Whether or not to choose an architect for your next project is an important decision to make, and should be taken early on in the planning phase. For some, employing an architect may seem like an unnecessary expense, especially if there is a limited budget to play with. However, architects are a worthwhile investment for […]
Paragraph 84e Houses – formerly known as paragraph 80 – refers to the planning policy set out by the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) that details the requirements for detached, isolated rural homes. The planning policy was conceived in 1997, and has gone through many iterations since then, including Paragraph 79, Paragraph 55, and PPS7. […]