Recent changes in the permitted development rights will mean that State funded schools could take advantage of eased planning rules to secure premises. With the recent planning changes, which came into force on the 30th May 2013 schools will be able to acquire premises which currently have B1 business, C1 hotels, C2 residential institutions and D2 assembly […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Free Schools Could Take Advantage of Planning Rule Changes
Changes to planning laws won’t necessarily mean that Ipswich high street will end up overrun with betting shops and payday loan companies says local building expert Dayle Bayliss. The Local Government Association (LGA) recently published its thoughts on the relaxation of the planning laws for change of use of buildings as recommended by Mary Portas. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Planning Changes Should be Driver for Regenerating our High Streets
In our latest piece in the East Anglian Daily Times we take a look at the importance of a specification in – The Devil’s in the Detail: A common piece of feedback we hear from clients who come to us for building work on their house is “I never knew how many decisions there were […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Devils in the Detail – The Importance of a Specification
Self build homes are often an extremely cost-effective way of delivering housing. In her column in this weeks East Anglian Daily Times Homes and Gardens Supplement, Suffolk’s Young Business Person of the Year Dayle Bayliss takes an in-depth look at the self build phenomenon and at how local authorities can help bring more projects to fruition. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Self Build – Could you build your own?
Here at Dayle Bayliss Construction Consultants we have worked on a number of schools buildings, this includes long term planning, feasibility studies as well as architectural design and project management. This experience of working on education buildings means that we understand the often restrictive timescales and budget constraints that need to be considered. One of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Advice on School and Educational Buildings Extensions and Alterations