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Raynes Architecture Raynes Architecture is an award winning practice with Lisa Raynes at the helm. Lisa is a Chartered Architect, Chairman of the RIBA North West Solo Practitioners Group, Past Chairman of Women in Property's (WiP) North West branch. Lisa has expertise in delivering planning approvals and listed building consents in housing, heritage, community and commercial.

In 2010 Lisa decided the time was right to set up her new practice Raynes Architecture in South Manchester.
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We can offer a half day design workshop for 300*. This works well for modest extensions or simple reconfigurations for family houses. Or a full day workshop for 500*. This works better for 2-3 storey extensions including loft conversions. We will undertake a basic survey and produce hand drawn layouts suggesting options. Because this is done in front

I'm often approached to accompany clients on viewings before they make an offer on a house or property, to see if it is possible to extend it or reconfigure it. For example, in Hale I looked at a ground floor shop with flat above, with a view to converting it back into a family house. Once the client was comfortable with the opportunity, an offer was

Here's a testimonial from a delighted client in Chorlton following a half day design workshop. At Raynes Architecture, we offer a free* initial consultation at your home or property. Our fees start from 1200 for planning and 1000 for building regulations-but is generally more! We can offer a half day design workshop for 250*. This works well for modest

Even if a project fits within PD, clients often want a formal piece of paper for the future sale of the house. For this you have to make an application on the planning portal. Determination is within 8 weeks. Not much difference. The main difference is for that for a full planning application all interested parties are consulted. This usually includes

What is the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL)? DCLG intended it to "provide a new, flexible local levy on new development which local authorities in England and Wales can choose to introduce to fund infrastructure in their areas". In other words, it's a tax on development in order to fund community projects. What forms of development are caught by

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