6 Top Tips For A Self Build

Posted by Rebecca Foster on Mar 21, 2019 10:00:00 AM

Many people are now looking at different ways to get on the property ladder. One increasingly popular method that you may be thinking about is a self-build home. This type of project not only allows you to build the house you want, where you want but also gives a real sense of achievement when completed.

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Topics: Architectural Designer, planning permission, Residential Architecture, new house design

Is It Better To Move House Or Extend Your Home?

Posted by BDS Architecture on Mar 15, 2019 11:49:00 AM


There comes a time in most homeowner’s lives when they simply need more space. More space may be required, for example, if a homeowner is expecting another baby or looking to start a room sharing business. This leaves a homeowner with only two options - extend or move house.

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Topics: Extensions, new house design

Cold feet? An under floor heating in your new extension could be the answer!

Posted by Rebecca Foster on Mar 12, 2019 12:09:15 PM

Old property, new heating system

BDS Architecture Ltd are renovating and and extending this Edwardian property. Here you can see the kitchen extension really coming along. Internal works are really taking shape including the fitting of the underfloor heating.

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Topics: Architectural Designer, renovation, extension with a view, new house design, underfloor heating, heating your home, warm feet, snuggly warm

What To Do If Your Request For Planning Permission Is Rejected

Posted by Tim Foster on Jan 9, 2019 10:03:00 AM

You've circled dozens of home décor pictures in the magazines, pinned images to your Pinterest page, and perhaps even dreamed about picking out your paint colours. Your first practical step, however, in bringing your dream home to life is sorting out your planning permission.

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Topics: new house design

New House Design, Derbyshire

Posted by Rebecca Foster on Dec 11, 2018 10:33:58 AM

 House Design Visualisation

BDS Architecture Ltd have designed this four bedroom house to replace to an ageing bungalow.  The new house design incorporates a large floor to ceiling window to take in the surrounding view from the interior.

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Topics: Architectural Designer, renovation, glass window, floor to ceiling glass, extension with a view, new house design

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