To Have Foresight Is
The starting point for any project. Interested parties such as the designer, client or clients and/or other consultants discuss the requirements of the project. Which will lead to producing preliminary proposals.
Planning deals with an applicant’s statutory obligations under the Town & Country planning Act 1990. However, not all projects require planning permission as some are minor in nature and are allowed using Permitted Development Rights.
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
Bringing any project to life in 3d utilising the latest in design and engineering CAD software. Giving our clients the best opportunity to see the end result helps achieve the best possible outcome for all parties involved.
Designing Innovative, And Tailored Solutions, Whilst Maximising Outcome
Stephen Hyde set up 24C, a practice providing architectural services, late in 2004, following many years working both in the construction industry and a well known local architectural practice. This combination of expertise of the modern day architectural practice and his own ‘on site experience’ places him in a unique position in both understanding how buildings should be designed and how buildings ‘fit together’.
Our philosophy is to involve the client in the process of designing their building project, taking them through each stage, keeping them informed and giving sound professional advice throughout from start to finish, in effect, establishing a good working relationship. We have considerable experience in dealing with Town and Country Planning matters, particularly in the field of residential development and private houses.