Guide To Planning Permission

Some information on Planning Permission, what it is and when it is required. Some projects don't need it,so you will also find more information about that here.

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The Differences Between Planning Permission and Building Regulations

If you are embarking on a project on your property, then you will need to consider whether you need Planning Permission and what to do with regards to Building Regulations. Here we aim to point you in the right direction.

Coal Mining Risk Assessment

An element for consideration when you are planning a project is mining risks. Find out more here and of course, get in touch for more help.

Give Your Home a Makeover and Up Your Kerb Appeal

Even if you are working to a budget, there are small changes that you can make to the front of your house to up your kerb appeal. Check out the blog!

Tree Preservation Order - Part Two

In the first part of this series, we focused on the basics of Tree Preservation Orders. Here we look in more detail at courses of action required to work on trees with an order.

Garage Conversions - Part Two

The second part in the series with advice on converting your garage to a useful space.

Paper Copies of Drawings

Did you know that we are happy to print copies of our drawings?

Garage Conversions - Part One

It is becoming harder to get your mortgage approved so why not look at converting a wasting space instead of moving.

Building Regulation Process

If your project requires Building Regulations consent here is some information on making your application.

Trusted Trader

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Home Protection - Doors & Windows

Next in our series of home security blogs - keeping your doors and windows safe

Home Protection - Home Security Tips

We all work hard to have a home we can be proud of and enjoy. Here are some tips for keeping your home secure and safe.

What if I don't require formal Planning Permission?

Some projects are covered under Permitted Development Rights. If you think yours is in this category, here is some info on what to consider and what to do next.

An Introduction To The Party Wall Act 1996

The Party Wall Act 1996 provides a framework for preventing and resolving disputes in relation to party walls, boundary walls and excavations near neighbouring buildings.