What we offer


We undertake all forms of architectural and drawing work from the smallest project to large developments.

The following is a list of the typical projects we undertake This is not however an exhaustive list, we can deliver any form of architectural or design service. Free initial consultations available in most cases, please contact us for details.


Domestic Work

New-build Houses


Attic Conversions

Alterations to Flats

Remodelling of Houses

New Garages/ Outbuildings

‘Granny Annex’ Facilities

Bespoke Fittings/ Furniture

Wheelchair Facilities

Work to Listed Buildings


Commercial Work

Retail Units

Cafe/ Restaurant Units

Dental Surgeries

Office Spaces

Industrial Spaces

Sport and Leisure Buildings

Educational Facilities

HMO Application Drawings

Licensing Application Drawings

Advertisement Consent Applications

Change of Use Applications


Additional Services

3D Visualisations Available (hand produced or computer generated )

Full Architectural Service Available Including Contract Administration and Inspection of Work on Site

Architects Certificates for Mortgage Purposes

Landscaping Design (feature decking/ patio/ gardens features etc)


Advisory Work

Feasibility Studies (including maximisation of letting potential)

Sustainability Audits

Advice Regarding Cost Effective Upgrade of Existing Buildings (both aesthetically and in terms of energy efficiency)

Development Consultancy

Green Design

As specialists in sustainable design we are able to offer advice if required on a variety of measures to reduce carbon emissions from the building once complete, use of resources during construction, and relative embodied energy of building materials.

Sustainable design does not necessarily cost more. There are several techniques possible where by careful design the potential carbon footprint of a building can be substantially reduced at no cost.

Obviously as more is spent on sustainable design features the carbon footprint can be reduced further, at the extreme end with the possibility of carbon-neutral buildings with little or no heating requirements.  There are many products and building techniques at the moment which claim green credentials (including many which make little difference and some which are actually damaging to the environment).  The key is to ensure that any additional outlay on environmental features is firstly going to do some good and secondly that you get the best possible return (in terms of potential carbon reduction) for your investment.  This is obviously important from an environmental point of view but also in terms of reducing your running costs for the building as far as possible, particularly given the potential for future significant rises in the cost of  energy as fossil fuels become more scarce. This is where we can provide advice from practical experience.

• Techniques we have experience/ knowledge of include:
• Passive solar design
• Design for beneficial local microclimate
• Highly insulated and airtight construction
• Energy efficient heating and lighting systems
• Whole house ventilation (MHVR)
• Brownfield and contaminated sites
• Local sourcing of materials and labour
• Material specification with regard to environmental impact
• Material specification with regard to toxicity of materials and internal air quality
• Design for maintainability
• Design for flexibility
• Off-site construction/ minimisation of waste on site
• Various assessment methods to quantify sustainable credentials
• Renewable energy including photovoltaic/ biomass/ ground and air source heat pumps etc
• Design for re-use/ recycling
• Maximisation of natural light
• Use of thermal mass