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Proposed Elevations and Floor Plans (Final)


Stages (Scope of Service document)

Stage A – (1 nr. Site visit / meeting included)

  • Discuss the client’s aims and requirements, give general advice, outline possible course of action and the scopes of service to be provided.
  • Visit the site/property and carry out initial inspections.
  • Take a detailed brief from the client.

Finalised 17 November 2021.


Stage B

  • Carry out a measured survey of the existing buildings and/or the site and produce survey drawings as required.
  • Advise on the need for opening up parts of the property and for the provision of special access for inspecting the building and, if necessary:
  • Advise on the need for (and arrange for and direct) contractors to carry out the opening up or provision of access and making safe.

Finalised 14 January 2022.


Stage C

  • Present outline sketch proposals, changes retention issues, etc.
  • Consult with statutory authorities and advise the employer on the extent of, and need for compliance with statutory provisions.
  • Undertake planning searches in relation to the property and properties in the immediate area with regard to oppose changes and proposed use.
  • Undertake pre planning consultation with the local authority in relation to proposed changes to the property and proposed change of use.

Stage D

  • Prepare and present, for approval, planning design for the scheme, including:
    • sketch drawings to show the layout and appearance of the scheme;
    • timetable to completion;
    • schedule of finishes and details of the basic construction;
    • suggested contract procedures to be adopted.
  • Prepare & Complete full Set of Planning Permission Drawings. Complete Planning Application and Supporting Documentation. Seek client’s approval prior to submission.

Stage E

  • Complete and Submit a Planning Application, including planning drawings and supporting documentation and advise on timescales for:
    • planning approvals;
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