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Statutory consents are the permissions you require from your local council or other interested party, in order to carry out the changes you wish to your home.

Most building work, unless is it a minor refurbishment, requires some sort of permission to be granted before it can go ahead. Depending on the extent of the work you wish to carry out, the location and type of your property you may be required to apply for several permissions.

These may be one or more of the following: permitted development, planning permission, landlords consent, conservation area consent, listed building consent, party wall consent, building regulations approval etc.all of which we are able to do on your behalf or simply be at hand to guide you through the process.

What do we deliver?

Your architect will advise you as to whether the work you want to do to your home will need permitted development or planning permission. They will draw up the necessary plans and gather together all the relevant information to ensure the application is both accurate and clear, as mistakes will often cause delay in achieving approval.

I called Architect Your Home for help with planning permission, detailed drawings and advice on how to find a good builder and got so much more for my money

Sophie R. Sutton

To ensure your project is built to current building standards you need to submit detailed drawings of the construction for approval. We can produce all the necessary drawings and liaise with other consultants, such as structural engineers, whose in put is usually required to fulfil the regulations.

The Building regulations are a legal requirement.

I called Architect Your Home for help with planning permission, detailed drawings and advice on how to find a good builder and got so much more for my money

Sophie R. Sutton

Further Services

stage one
Initial Design Visit
  • Half day initial visit
  • Full day initial visit
  • Half day homebuyers visit
  • Investigate feasibility
stage two
Accurate Drawings
  • Measured CAD survey
  • Drawings for permitted development
  • Drawings for planning permission
  • Drawings for building regulations
  • Detail level drawings for tendering
stage four
Prices and Builders
  • Outline breakdown of work for pricing
  • Schedule of works
  • Tender package
  • Contract Administration and valuations
  • Help finding a builder