Large Architectural Projects

Examples of a large project include a new property, or substantially changing the existing style (such as building more than half of the floor area again).

A large architectural project eg. A new property, substantially changing the existing style (such as building more than half of the floor area again).

A small architectural project eg. Conversion of your garage into a new habitable room, a porch, a single storey kitchen/lounge extension.

A medium architectural project eg. a loft extension, a two-storey extension.

Filling in this form and providing information about your project will mean you don’t have to spend all day phoning around discussing the project over and over again and with the knowledge these professionals have been checked and rated.

What needs to be considered

  1. Do the works require Planning Permission or are you in a conservation area that needs special consideration or are the works allowed under permitted development.
  2. Building Regulation approval (all structural works need to be designed and calculated so that they are safe and comply with Building Regulations).
  3. What is the best design/layout to suit your needs and the style of your house.
  4. What is your budget, what is it going to cost and how will you fund it.
  5. Will you need an agreement with your neighbour before work starts under The Party Wall etc Act 1996.
  6. How will you choose the right builder for the job.

A large architectural project needs careful consideration and design expertise and should generally be carried out by an Architect or an Architectural Technologist.

An ‘Architect’ must be registered with the Architects Registration Board (www.arb.org.uk) as a requirement of Section 20 of the Architects Act 1997. Every architect on this register has met the required standards for education, training and practice. Many Architects are also members of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) (www.architecture.com) provided they meet the strict requirements of the RIBA’s accreditation scheme.

Architectural Technologists are registered with Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. Visit the CIAT website

This form above will provide a list of large architectural projects, if your project is smaller or of medium size you should select small project or medium project 


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