One of the most important elements of a successful project is to prepare a clear and accurate brief. It is through our extensive experience that we can help to prepare a brief that will meet the client’s wishes and ultimately is achievable within the budget and timescales available.
Re-designing the delivery stages of a 381-unit property development in Exeter.
Planning 61 dwellings to create a well-designed, sustainable development
Feasibility and design of a mixed use community development including social housing.
Feasibility study for new office and warehouse buildings, future-proofed for later conversion.
24 units of affordable housing and accommodation for adults with learning difficulties.
Development of a five-storey commercial premises for Lok n Store.
Eight starter business units with full articulated access, using panels on a portal frame structure.
New residential mews development consisting of 14 units in Crediton.
Sensitive renovation of Grade 2 listed farmhouse and surrounding buildings.
Conversion of a 19th century church into nine self-contained flats.
Development of 11 contemporary timber-framed houses overlooking Torbay, for Linden Homes.
350-house development designed around green spaces with social housing provision.
Development of a 16-unit shared housing scheme on an exception site of mixed tenure.
Restoration, extension and conversion of farmhouse, stables and cottages.
Conversion of existing farm buildings with timber cladding and full-height glazing.
Design and construction of a new detached, partially oak framed dwelling.
Two traditionally designed houses in a sensitive rural area with planning constraints.
A sensitive refurb for Natural England involving conservation and heritage approval.
A feature entrance development to listed property with complex planning constraints.
Extension of residential home to include 12 additional rooms and day facilities.
Development of two houses in timber and natural stone in a sensitive site.
The creation of a new contemporary office building utilising renewable materials.
Simple but modern cricket pavilion build in a conservation area for the National Trust.
Four new repro-Victorian houses in a sensitive conservation area with complex planning constraints.
New shared housing units for wheelchair users and the elderly for Newcombes HA.
A new single storey extension which utilises sustainable materials.
35, St Andrews,
Exeter EX2 8HP