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P J C Architecture PJC are happy to help with any of your residential property needs from brand new bespoke houses, to conversions, extensions and alterations. PJC are involved in many commercial property projects working with local businesses and developers across the North East. In addition to our residential and commercial property services we also offer a range architectural services: planning, feasibility studies, building regulations approval, full architectural services and sustainibility.

PJC Architecture are multi-disciplinary Chartered Architectural Technologists based at Kenton Bankfoot near the airport in Newcastle upon Tyne. We are experienced in all aspects of design, planning, building and construction technology with a vast portfolio and specialise in bespoke developments. We are always happy to discuss how we can help bring to life your ideas for your property.

Call us on 0191 214 0022.

We also carry out many barn conversion projects which are of a similar nature to listed building projects. It is important to keep the integrity intact on a conversion scheme, so often you can be in a poorly converted barn and it feels just like any other spec built house, which is a travesty. Conversions need to retain some of their original character

Listed buildings need to be approached in a sensitive and sympathetic manner. They have been listed for a reason and they are normally of architectural and/or historic interest. Our office specializes in this field and can help sort out the difficult planning issues that you will face on a project of this nature. Care and attention has to be given to

We work for many house builders ranging from large nationals through to small individual bespoke developers. Our services vary from a full or partial service to just a hand with the preparation of building regulation drawings. We are flexible in the level of service that we offer. Many sites have become much more dense over the years due to planning

When designing any building light and space is very important. The aspect of the building should make best use of the natural daylight that is available. Interior features create interest; a curved staircase or perhaps an internal water feature. Focal points are important and although they may not always be the best use of space they enhance our well

With all building work, the owner of the property (or land) in question is ultimately responsible for complying with the relevant planning rules even if planning permission is not required. Therefore, failure to comply with the relevant rules will result in the owner being liable for any remedial action (which could go as far as demolition and/or restoration

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