Here at re:design we know how important it is for you to see your dreams come to life. This is why we offer a complete CAD designing and drafting service so you can see what your project will look like when it is finally complete. We use the latest in architectural design technology to produce your architect drawings. By producing your architectural drawings electronically we can alter them to meet your requirements quickly, easily and for free. As experienced London architects, we know that people often come up with new ideas after seeing the first draft, which is why we will make simple changes to your plans free of charge.
Our architectural design team will draw up home plans, floor plans and all architectural drawings from development stage onwards. We will draw up all architectural drafting, architectural renderings, including elevations, cross-sections and layouts as well as any specialist reports needed for your builders, or for planners or building control.
Plus we can advise as to whether or not you will need to seek planning permission. Each project is unique and we cannot give blanket advice without discussing your plans, however, here is a rough guide as to whether or not you need planning permission or not.
Sometimes you have the house you want, but not the room layout you want. Our architects can re-design your interior space so that it better suits your needs. You don’t need planning permission for most interior alteration work as it can be done under permitted development rights.
Normally, if you are converting a building and not enlarging it, you don’t need planning permission as the works can be carried out under the permitted development rights.
For most houses, you don’t need planning permission to build a garage as this also falls under permitted development rights.
Most loft conversions for most homes can be done without planning permission as they fall under permitted development rights.
As with garages, most conservatories can be built without planning permission, under permitted development rights. There are exceptions when the planned conservatory exceeds a certain size. Orangeries, however, normally open into the rest of the house and need planning permission.
If you have a large enough garden, we at re:design will advise you as to whether you can build an outbuilding or an annexe in your garden to supply the extra space you need. This may or may not require planning permission, depending upon the size of the planned outbuilding and the size of your garden
Single and Two Story Extensions – This is often the easiest way to add extra room to your home or commercial building. In most cases, these extensions can be carried out under permitted development rights.
If you would prefer to build your own home or office space from scratch, we can provide you with complete architectural drawing services to help you get your building built. We can provide a full range of drawing services, and deal with building regulations and obtain planning permissions on your behalf.