The practice is fully computerised, which offers a range of advantages to our clients. Sharing documents with other consultants, especially other designers, makes our work and theirs much more cost effective, a benefit which can be passed on to our clients. Rather than wasting time on the mundane task of reproducing drawings, we can give more time to the design process, and quickly explore a range of options. Using computers also assists in record keeping. The software we use is configured to ensure we can communicate effectively with PC users. The office can receive and issue drawings in a wide range of electronic formats. Most Planning and Building Regulation applications are made digitally, saving the cost of printing on to paper.

  • Listed buildings can be altered, but changes need to be made sensitively to fit in with the original building and its surroundings. Drawings of the original Grade II Listed Building.

  • The second drawing shows how the exterior looks when the loft is converted to provide another bedroom.

  • These drawings show how the successful modern extension to this Grade II* Listed Building both fits into and contrasts with the existing structure.

  • At an early stage of the planning process, this schematic site plan shows three substantial new dwellings, to replace an existing bungalow and modern barn.

  • Timber framed buildings will often require a measured frame survey to be carried out and drawings prepared to accompany the planning and Listed Building applications.

  • Two dimensional elevation drawings are very much part of the design process and colour can assist clients and planners alike to understand the proposals

  • A typical proposal drawing for a new house showing plans and elevations.

  • A measured survey drawing of the font elevation of a Victorian house in Saffron Walden specifically dated in its listing as being constructed in 1863