k l skalka architects ltd

Copyright 2009. © K. L. Skalka Architects Ltd.

Unit C7, Didcot Enterprise Centre, Southmead Industrial Park, Didcot, OX11 7PH

Telephone & Fax: 01235 510813

 

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Initial meeting.

After your initial contact we will arrange a FREE, NO-OBLIGATION meeting at the development site we will:

Appointment

We will provide you a quote for the services (any or all of the following) you require:

Commencement

Once the quote has been approved we will:l

Design Development

This process is a mutual one between you and us, whereby we will produce drawings based on:

Planning Application

Once the design has been finalised we will prepare and submit the drawings required for a planning application. We will also advise you if there are any other documents or reports required by the planners that are beyond our appointment, such as a flood risk assessment, environmental report, etc.

Building Regulations Application

Once a planning permission has been granted and depending on our appointment we can produce ‘working drawings’ for submission to building control and also for use by the builder.

Project Management (Contract Administration)

Again depending on our appointment we will monitor and advise the construction sequence.

 

Small Domestic Developments / Extensions

Whether you are planning a small extension or major overhaul to breathe life into your existing house, or hoping to add another house to your plot or the ultimate ‘Build Your Own House’ we offer all the architects services you will need. For more information on the appointment of an architect please follow the link to the the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). Also In October 2008 new national guidelines were published to assist in deciding whether planning permission is required (click here) for all types of extension and amendment.

A typical example of a large extension for private clients. A modest bungalow (above) was transformed into a two storey house (below) with approximately double the previous floor space. Situated in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ and next door to a listed building the design had to be sensitive and complementary to its environment.

A new five bedroom detached house, based on a traditional farmhouse, reflecting the location on the green edge of an oxfordshire village