When things get busy the blog seems to suffer, so its an apology from us that we haven’t updated this for a while but we have been working on some exciting projects. Since the last post our architectural and design services have worked on the new John Grose Citreon, Peugeot and DS dealership in Ipswich. We have worked on flat conversions in Buxton and Clacton on Sea. We have extended and altered many residential houses as well worked on part of the proposals for the pioneering glass houses at Great Blakenham.
Our consultancy services have looked at the business plan for the remodelling of the United Reform Church in Bury St Edmunds, continued to work with the community for the new Newbury Community Centre and recently a partnership project with Menta around the supply and demand for Grow on Business Space in Babergh and Mid Suffolk.
Dayle has spent 18 months working with the Department for Education as a panel chair for the new Construction: Design, Surveying and Planning T Level and a member of RICS Governing Council. This is shaping the future of vocational qualifications in England and the strategy for the future of the RICS.
So you can see we have been busy and hopefully making a difference in our sector. We promise we will try to be much better at keeping the blog up to date with all the things we are up to.