Introducing our Design Questionnaire. This is the place where you can tell us everything about your project, so we can build a detailed Project Brief for you.
At Home & Maker, we reject the ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. Because frankly, one size very rarely does fit all. We believe our clients are all completely unique, with individual needs and preferences. Which is why we offer you so many different options when it comes to making your payment.
Whichever type of home renovation project you might be planning, architectural drawings will always be a key part of getting your design built. Still, when planning your project, it can be overwhelming to find out which types of drawings are important and at what stage they’re needed. To help you get started, we’ve put together an overview of the kinds of drawings your project will need - read on below to find out more.
New permitted development rights came into effect at the end of last year, meaning that if you’re a homeowner in England, and you’re considering adding a larger-scale extension to your home, you may be able to do this without requiring formal planning consent.
Are you embarking upon a home extension and wondering where to start? Our service takes you from initial architectural ideas all the way through to waking up in your dream home.
Lawful development, permitted development & planning permission - what does it all mean? Read on to find out all the different definitions.
Building Regulations (known as Building Warrant in Scotland) cover the structural aspects of a build project.
Embarking on your self build project can be a daunting prospect especially when there are so many health, safety and building requirements that your Building Inspector will need to have evidence of. The benefits will result in significantly lowered costs and full ownership of the project. Remember, Building Regulations are required for most construction projects - from a small extension, right through to a new home - and it's important to know that Local Authorities have the powers to prosecute or fine if buildings do not meet Building Regulations.