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May 2013 – Neighbouring Consultation Scheme- Surrey- Planning

You may remember some months back the government had massive proposals to relax the planning laws. Well they have brought in a watered dowwn scheme, which has taken effect from May 2013, .This will be only for 3 years. Under the Neighbour Consultation Scheme you will be able to extend 8m single storey for a [Read More]

Adapt Architecture Exhibition Surrey- Free Tickets

  We would like to invite you to visit us at The Southern Homebuilding & Renovating Show at Sandown Park, Surrey from 29 – 30 June 2013. As a valued customer we are delighted to offer you two FREE tickets worth £24* to the Show.All you have to do is register here.Visit us and see [Read More]

Beware cheap building plans – they may be false economy !

We have recently undertaken a couple of domestic scale architectural projects where our clients had previously had plans done ‘just for planning’ but we ended up having to start again and re-draw them. In both cases, the people had engaged somebody to prepare drawings for them to get them through the planning application stage and [Read More]

Adapt Architecture Farnham: We have raised over £300 for Shelter & Mencap

Adapt Architecture Farnham – Charity Support This is our new incentive for initial client meetings. We request a donation via our virgin money giving page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=adaptarchitecture   If a client proceeds with our services , we then match their donation to a chosen charity of their choice. This concept was introduced to us by one of our associate design firms Telion [Read More]

Adapt Architecture Farnham – Happy Xmas From the Team

Wishing All existing and proposed clients a merry christmas and prosperous 2013.

Architectural Services Surrey: The Planning Process

After submitting the planning application surrey, what happens next? Firstly we advise you speak to your neighbours, as they are ultimately going to be notified by the council, and it is much more polite to hear direct form yourselves prior to having pontification form the council. This often helps to prevent any disputes and objections. [Read More]

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