September 2023

How do I draw a floor plan?

Watch our short video It is important to note that fit-to-scale drawings or high-quality videos are not required. They are only to give our team a basic idea of what you have in mind. We will be in touch if any extra detail is needed before working on the first draft. Still not sure…………. Draw […]

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House Extension Plans Ireland

Is planning permission needed to change my house?

If you plan to make alterations or additions to your home, such as building an extension, you may be required to obtain planning permission from your local authority. Typically, planning permission is required in the following situations: Minor changes to your property generally do not require planning permission. It’s essential to verify whether planning permission is required

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Extension Ideas Ireland

Attic conversion – planning permission or not? The Rules

Transforming an attic can be a cost-effective and practical way to generate extra living space in a house. Often, no external approvals like planning permission are needed, especially if the alterations are primarily internal and do not affect the property’s outward appearance, except for adding Velux-style roof lights on the rear roof slope, which is

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House Extension Plans

How to design your new Kitchen/ Living Room – some ideas.

Designing a kitchen/living room in Ireland involves a harmonious blend of functionality, comfort, and cultural aesthetics. The Irish home is often a hub of warmth and sociability, and this ethos should be reflected in the design. One of the key considerations when designing a kitchen/living room in Ireland is the weather. The frequently changing climate

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Architectural history of Blackrock, County Dublin

Blackrock, a suburb located in County Dublin, Ireland, has a rich architectural history that reflects its evolution from a small fishing village to a thriving seaside town. Today, Blackrock’s architectural landscape is a mix of Georgian, Victorian, and modern structures, showcasing its historical and contemporary significance within the Dublin region. In terms of commercial and

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