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Hiring a tradesman to design or advise on a permitted development

If you are seeking advice or design ideas for a permitted development, consider hiring a professional who specialises in this. Plentific can generate a list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the services you need, from a growing list of over 75,000 tradesmen nationwide. You will also have quick access to customer reviews and ratings to help you choose the best tradesman to suit you.

What do you need to know about permitted development design/advice?

A company that houses architects and structural engineers are the kind of companies you want to be approaching for design or advice regarding a permitted development. An architect can draft up the design according to your vision and advise you, according to your budget, on what would work best within the space. A structural engineer’s role is to protect the public’s safety and to assess whether the building’s structure can withstand the design changes in its environment. An established firm should also be able to show you examples of projects it has worked on in the past. 

Remember that larger companies often have higher overheads and will charge more as a result. Qualifications and experience matter more than the size of the business, so do not be put off from looking at freelancers and smaller businesses. Architects and structural engineers are specialists and need degrees to practice. If you are unsure of what to look for, you can find this information on the National Careers Service website. It is a good sign of your specialist belongs to a national tradesman organisation, such as the Institute of Structural Engineers. Groups like these have extremely high standards for entry, and members are regulated. You also want to ensure that you choose a professional that is covered by Public Liability Insurance. This will cover you if poor work on their part costs you down the line.

Latest Jobs

Dapo in SE12

I have a very large garden and would like to see if there is scope to develop something residential on the land.

Rav R. in BR1

want to do side and back extension, garage conversion and some work in already converted loft. Looking for architect service for the same

Manish M. in KT10

Planning permission for Converting a house in flats in hinchley wood KT10

Andrew C. in HP4

Drawings for a 2 story side extension to a linked detached house to include a bedroom above existing garage and a utility room on the ground floor. Upper floor to be accessible via existing stair case. Utility accessible from rear garden.

Latest Reviews

by Den H.
Easy to talk to and listened to what was wanted Plans were very good took a little time possibly my fault as I said I was in no hurry ........I would use again with no hesitation
by David M.
Paul Morrison is one of the nicest people I've worked with, his professional attitude and eye for detail ensures a high quality experience. Paul brought our ideas to life with beautiful visuals and stunning graphics. We would highly recommend Paul and look forward to continuing our working relationship in 2017.
by Fey A.
Manaf was very quick to respond and gave an honest advice on the project. He's very knowledgeable and his price competitive.
by Gergo G.
Clear and very quick communication any time, it was great to deal with these guys.