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Slate Lane, Publow

Slate Lane Bristol New Build House Currently underway is the construction of a breathtaking contemporary new build property in Publow, … Continue

Wiltshire Way

Wiltshire Way Bath House Transformation and Extension This ongoing project in Bath involves the rear extension and first-floor extension of … Continue

Keverstone Lodge, Bath

Keverstone Lodge Bath Loft Conversion and Conservation Refurbishment Project Reworking this large property in Bath to improve the internal flow … Continue

Warminster Road, Bath

Warminster Road, Bath Bath First Floor Extension and House Re-Model Revamping this existing bungalow into a two-story haven has been … Continue

St. Michael’s Close, Stoke St. Michael

St. Michael’s Close Somerset Extension Project Refurbishment and new single storey extension to the side of a bungalow. We pushed … Continue

The interchangeable habitats – Working from Home or Living in the office

During the pandemic our lives’ normal rhythm has suddenly stopped and altered. A new reality was introduced and the main functions and habits of our cities, as well as our lifestyles had changed. The schools closed and we were not able to travel for work or leisure. The digitalization of all working systems was in full steam and working from home was the only option. That brought the realization that our ‘habitas’, the function of our homes had to change, as they couldn’t provide us with the spaces we needed after the new ‘reality’.

Permitted Development Rights: They are yours, use them!

This is a quick guide explaining what Permitted Development Rights are, and will help you answer questions like; How large extension can be built under Permitted Development? Can I add a dormer on my roof? Can I get a side extension? Can I add another floor above without planning permission?

House Design ideas for 2023

Looking to invest smartly in 2023, why not implement some of these amazing interior design trends in your own home?

House Renovation: Ways to fund your project

Have you ever thought about renovating your home to get that dream kitchen and luxury en-suite, but don’t have a spare few thousand just sat in the bank? Heres a few options you can use to potentially fund your home improvements.

The ’10-Year Rule’ for Planning

The 10 year rule refers to how long planning rules are enforced for, so after 10 years in most cases you don’t need retrospective planning permission. Theres also a 4 year threshold which we’ll explain in further detail.