We undertake a property site assessment by looking into the history and context of the site and its surroundings. We research the local planning authority to establish what property uses have been proposed, accepted and refused in the past. We also examine the listed buildings register to ascertain whether buildings listed for their heritage value are affected by the planning proposal. Following the site and locality assessment, a site survey is carried out to gather all the dimensions and required information of the existing site. Usually within a week, all the existing architectural drawings are prepared. One of our consultants will discuss your ideas for the proposed scheme.

Once this is done, the proposed CAD drawings are prepared, and are forwarded to the client for approval. All the planning documents are prepared taking into account the adopted Local Development Plan, National Policies and the London Plan. Once everything is finalised and approved by the client, the application will be submitted to the local council for planning approval.


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