Feasibility Sketch Scheme by Architects Leeds
A feasibility study can be a very useful exercise and is often the best way to get all the information you need. Especially if you are not yet ready to take the next step.
As part of this service our architects in Leeds offer advice on design, planning issues, building regs drawings, tendering to builders through to project management.
We will conduct a fully measured and photographic log of your premises and agree the work needing to be completed and the discuss your needs.
Once we have a clear understanding of your requirements, we will prepare an initial scheme / drawings of our proposal.
We use modelling software to create a 3D view of the building and will include an external 3D view of how the extension will look.
The big advertage with this approach is that is fairly easy to make changes and see different outcomes.
We include a written Design Statement summarising the scheme.
We will provide a basis specification of the job / an initial budget cost using customized software.
A summary of realistic timings for your project.
What does it cost?
We can provide a free project appraisal, where a qualified architect will assess your ideas over the phone when you call us on 07758 219808, with no obligation whatsoever.
Alternatively, please contact us to arrange a visit to your home for a 2-3 hour (Approx) consultation, where our architect will provide you with a feasibility and sketch design from £450.00 ex vat, or straight onto a full measured survey + planning scheme: planning drawings and application from £2,500.00 ex vat.
All local authority fees and structural engineers fees are separate.
If you only require an hour on site we charge £235.00 ex vat prior to site visit (due to workload this is no longer a free service).
Any fees paid will be deducted from any main application made.
Architects are very highly trained design professionals who offer a whole range of services from a sketch design through to the project managment of your build.
If you find really cheap drawing packages it is highly likely that you may not receive the best design advice and you may regret it. And anyone posing as an architect is breaking the law and should be reported to the ARB immediatley.