Planning Application

1)Feasibility: We will visit your home for consultation. This element will cost you nothing and ends with us providing you with a detailed fixed price quotation for all design elements.

 

2)Site Survey: On average takes 4 to 6 hours on site to measure existing property.

 

3)Proposed Drawings: This will be the first draft of your proposed extension or new build house. These drawings will allow you to review and make changes before we submit them for planning approval.

 

4)Submit the Application: When you finalised the design other details are added required by the planners. We will then complete all necessary application forms, design/access statements and submit the application on your behalf.

Building Regs Application

1)Building regs drawings: Details are added to the planning drawings specifying details for all 14 parts of the building regulations such as: Structure, Fire safety, Site Preparation, Drainage Etc.

 

2)Submit the Application: After we completed the drawings and consulted structural engineers if required, we will then complete all necessary application forms and submit the application on your behalf.

 

3)After the Application: Building regulation can take up to four weeks with any feedback from building control incorporated into the drawings by us. Once building control has approved the drawings you will have a detailed set of working drawings that can be given to your chosen builder.

 

Energy Statement

When submitting plans for a new residential development, you will be required to submit an Energy Statement alongside your planning application to your Local Planning Authority (LPA) at the very start of the project process.

These statement submissions, which can also be referred to as Energy Strategy Reports, should demonstrate how specific local energy efficiency targets will be met.

As accredited  Energy Assessor we can produce a Energy Statement to meet planning application regulations.

SAPs

A SAP rating is the calculation that is required in order to produce a Predicted Energy Assessment and an On Construction Energy Performance Certificate. Building Regulations require that a SAP calculation and a Predicted EPC is submitted for new dwellings prior to the commencement of work.