The survey data and initial hand-drawn sketches will be used to prepare preliminary plans and elevations, followed by a meeting with the client to review the designs and amend as required. This stage could involve a number of iterative steps and meetings during which the design solution will evolve.
Once the drawings have been finalised, they are submitted for Planning Permission to the Local Authority. A full planning permission submission usually comprises the following drawings produced using our Computer-Aided-Design (CAD) systems:
• Existing plans and elevations
• Proposed plans and elevations
• Site and block plans
• Design and access statement
Additional documents and drawings from partner professional’s including TIA ltd’s Statements, Flood Risk Assessments, Site surveys, Arboricultural reports, Bat Surveys, Ecological surveys, Archaeological reports and others may be required which will be charged separately when/if necessary.