Our prime objective is to create design solutions, which satisfy the client, the site and the environment.
The practice follows the principals of the Bruntland Commission’s 1987 definition of sustainable development:
“ Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.”
We produce design solutions, which maximise the potential of the site ensuring that all the required functions, and activities necessary for the development are properly catered for.
We use the most appropriate materials and construction details to minimise vandalism and prolong long term successful use of the site.
We chose plant material, which will thrive on the site and minimise ongoing maintenance costs.
The practice values all its clients irrespective of the size of the project. We will always give our fullest attention to all projects in our care, and aim to reduce the stress and anxiety our clients may have with regarding their developments.
The practice produces drawings and contract documents of the highest quality ensuring that all parties involved in a project understand exactly what is being proposed. We are able to produce computer-aided visualisations of our proposals helping those who are less familiar with plans and technical drawings.
We always endeavour to work with planning departments on behalf of our clients and the site. Our approach often leads to a smoother progression though the planning process and minimises the need for costly appeals.