"The control of urban development by a local government authority"
We develop proposals, with input from the client and specialist consultants, to a level suitable for submission to the local authority for approval.
We are interested in designing and building a new replacement house on an existing plot. Is traditional masonry still the way to go or should we consider alternative construction methods?
We recently had Building Regulation drawings prepared for a small ground floor extension to our house. We have also received quotes from builders and we are ready to begin construction. A friend suggested that we should have some sort of written agreement or contract in place, is this necessary?
I am wanting to progress with a planning application for an extensive extension and refurbishment of a detached house on a large and matured landscaped plot on the outskirts of Sevenoaks. However, when I spoke to a builder friend of mine for advice he mentioned there are now a lot of different consultants I may need to employ before I apply, is this correct?