Planning

Having agreed the outline design we then produce plan, elevation and section drawings developed in sufficient detail to understand the spaces created and how they operate. In principal we will agree choices of materials and external finishes, obtaining samples, perhaps illustrating spaces and views with models, sketch drawings and computer graphics. The design is then fixed, establishing the scheme to be built in the construction stage, and documents produced for planning applications.

Taking a scheme to planning often requires supporting information such as design statements, historic research and visual impact assessment. Further specialist reports may also be required, such as ecology or archaeology. 

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St. Francis - Planning

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Briery Hall - Planning

 


 

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