We have the resources and ability in order to offer a ‘one-stop-shop’ for all professional design and construction services.

We have undertaken architectural design, building surveying and contract administration for 15 years. This combination of skills ensures that we know how buildings are constructed and design extensions and alterations that harmonise and add value to the host building.
A Short Introduction

Welcome to REAL design

Our aim is to exceed your expectations in terms of architectural  design, add value and create special spaces. We are passionate about  good design.

We undertake all forms of architectural design, on  modern and historic properties from the most basic to the most  elaborate, including:

  • Extensions
  • Alterations
  • Loft conversions
  • New build

Why REAL design?

We pride ourselves in our knowledge of buildings

Commended in the LABC Building Excellence Awards

Knowledgeable of the planning system

A good relationship with planning officers

Manage all sizes and types of construction projects

A ‘one-stop-shop’ for all professional design and construction services

All You Need

REAL design offer a full range of Services

We have the resources and ability in order to offer a ‘one-stop-shop’  for all professional design and construction services. We can advise you  on property purchase, through to the design and construction of your  dream house.

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A Few FAQs....

The designation regime is set out in the Planning (Listed Buildings and  Conservation Areas) Act 1990. Applications for new entries and to remove  or amend an existing entry are made to Historic England. It will  investigate the merits of the application and make a recommendation to  the Secretary of State (for Culture, Media and Sport) who will make the  decision. 

Local planning authorities may serve a Building Preservation Notice  (BPN) on the owner and occupier of a building which is not listed, but  which they consider is of special architectural or historic interest and  is in danger of demolition or of alteration in such a way as to affect  its character as a building of such interest. If a BPN is served, an  application to list the building must be made at the same time to  Historic England.

The Party Wall etc Act 1996 came into force on 1st July 1997. The Act  places legal responsibilities on those undertaking building works within  specified distances of neighbouring structures and party walls, amongst  other things. Party Wall legislation is somewhat complicated and  technical in nature. Having undertaken Party Wall work since its  inception in 1997, we have an extensive knowledge of the Act and its  implications.