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Feasibility Studies

On many projects it can be unclear at the outset exactly what all of the possibilities are. A feasibility study is a cost effective way to explore them. An outline brief is formed at this stage; the brief begins to clarify the key project requirements. Whether it’s for a residential home extension or a new build development, a feasibility study indicates the size of development that can be achieved. This annotated set of drawings and brief are perfect for initiating pre-application enquiries with the Local Authority.

Many residential projects are allowable under permitted development. At the feasibility stage it can be quickly identified if the project falls under permitted development or requires a planning application.