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To simplify planning and building regulation matters as far as possible. To achieve the most efficient and economical solution available in an enjoyable and co-operative atmosphere. To surpass the best architects in Colchester.

Roger, Andy and Tony have in excess of 60 years design experience between them and, together with a practical background, take great pride in resolving the plethora of design problems that various projects (from domestic extensions through complete dwellings into Nursing Homes and the like) has to throw at them.They also have a great team of other like-minded people around them to call upon as and when the need arises.

So if you are looking for architects in Colchester, Essex, Suffolk or Hertfordshire, we can provide a full range of architectural design services. Following his OND at Colchester Technical College and his degree in Building Technology from Brunel University degree, Roger came back to family building firm where, in addition to running the Construction Company he added Architectural design to his CV, enabling a Design and Build package to be offered and undertaken.
Highlights

The architectural design stage is where we lay the foundations of your project. Following our initial meeting, we'll review your requirements and then present you with our proposals. You may need to make some additional decisions depending on the findings. You'll also receive supplementary drawings to clarify the vision for your project. Depending on

After the initial meeting, we put together "outline sketches" of the proposed work for your perusal and comment. These are usually CAD drawings with limited detail following the initial meeting and site survey. This really confirms the thoughts arrived at in the first stages (see sketches examples below). After sign off, it will take approximately 5

Whether you are completing building works under permitted development or applying for planning permission, this stage will produce all the necessary drawings and documentation to move on to the final stage. These are drawings that are prepared for submission to Local Authority for a Planning Application. These usually contain existing and proposed layouts

The final stage of the project is to produce a set of drawings that comply with the Building Regulations. These are "technical" details relating to the construction of buildings (see building regulations examples below) that are to be constructed under the requirements of the Building Regulations and which are to be inspected by Building Control. The

Most building work, unless is it a minor refurbishment, requires some sort of permission to be granted before it can go ahead. Depending on the extent of the work you wish to carry out, the location and type of property, you may be required to apply for several permissions. Wright Ruffell Cameron will advise you on requirements, collating information

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