- When do I discuss my proposal for building works?
- How experienced are you?
- What are your fees?
- How long do projects take?
- Do you charge for an initial consultation?
- What is a Party Wall Notice?
- Do I need to serve a Party Wall Notice?
- How do we begin a branding project?
When do I discuss my proposal for building works?
It is important to engage with professional consultants at the earliest possible time. This should provide you with a high level breakdown of what is required to move your project forward and very importantly the timescales and costs for the various elements required.
How experienced are you?
We have a wealth of professional, entrepreneurial and community work experience in excess of 20 years that extends across a number of fields.
What are your fees?
Our fees are developed on a project by project basis, through a number of calculation methods. As you are aware, each and every project has its own parameters and clients requirements, making it difficult to indicate specific costs for services.
If you are considering on starting a project, please contact us and we can provide you with a wealth of knowledge and clarity on our fees to move forward with your ideas.
How long do projects take?
A clear project timeline will be indicated in the quotation and dates will be scheduled into the offices work stream.
Do you charge for an initial consultation?
Typically the first meeting won’t be charged and this is either conducted over the phone, at the proposed site, at a coffee shop or at the office.
What is a Party Wall Notice?
A Party Wall Notice is a legal document that is served by the building owner or his/her representative when works are proposed that fall within one of the three types of notices; Line of Junction, Party Structure and Notice of Adjacent Excavation. In the majority of cases more than one notice is required.
Do I need to serve a Party Wall Notice?
If you are proposing works that effects an existing party wall, proposed on/along the line of junction or is with three to six metres of an adjacent building, you may need to serve a notice on your adjoining owner.
If you are unsure, contact us and we can discuss it with you.
How do we begin a branding project?
We typically complete a relevant worksheet in order for us to create a clear understanding of your needs.