There are two sides to being Planning Architects. The first is the Planning and Permissions process.
Planning is integral to the architectural process. It’s the key RIBA stage between the initial idea or brief and the start of construction. You will need Planning Permission if you are making a substantial alteration to an existing structure or building from the ground up. Substantial alteration includes any changes to the exterior of a building, or significant structural alterations to an interior space. Throughout the process we keep you fully informed as to the progress of your application.
We cannot guarantee that a Planning Permission application will be successful, but we will make sure that your application has the best chance of being approved by submitting the most detailed drawings and architectural renders of what the final building may look like.
The other is the creation of actual plans and drawings. When people ask what planning drawings are, we explain that an architectural plan is a design and planning for a building, and can contain architectural drawings, specifications of the design, calculations, time planning of the building process, and other documentation. Ashleigh Clarke supplies complete planning drawings either at concept stage or full technical drawings stage.