Category: Building warrant

Dormer Loft Conversion verses Velux Loft Conversion

Dormer Loft Conversion verses Velux Loft Conversion, which is best? & how much do they cost? Loft Conversions If you are in the research phase of your loft conversion project, this article will help you make an educated decision as to what type of loft/attic conversion may be best for you. Whilst there are several

Does my Project Require Planning Permission & a Building Warrant?

    What Is the Difference Between Planning Permission & Building Warrant? Planning Permission v’s Building Warrant Here is the ‘no jargon’ version of the difference between Planning Permission & Building Regulations. The Planning Department is, on the whole, looking at the exterior of the structure, focusing on the size, is it too big? Is

Who are the best Architects in Dundee?

Architects in the Dundee area and beyond Who are the Best architects in Dundee? If you have a construction project in mind you no doubt are looking for a great Architect, right! Normally a great Architect=a great project. Over the past few years, we have been involved in a lot of projects in Dundee and

How Much Does a Loft/Attic Conversion Cost?

What is the cost of Loft/Attic conversion? If you live in Edinburgh, Dundee or Perth, this article will help you understand what costs are involved in a loft/attic conversion. At John Webster Architecture we design lots of Loft Conversions, these can be a great way to add space, especially if land is at a premium,

Who are the best Architects in Edinburgh?

Architects in Edinburgh & Beyond Who are the best architects in Edinburgh? As an architecture firm, over the past few years, we have been involved in a lot of design projects. Edinburgh is booming and is a hotbed for building projects and we could not be happier with our clients in this area. Because our

Who are The Best Structural Engineers in Dundee?

Who Are The Best Structural Engineers in Dundee? Our top pick of Structural Engineers in Dundee & further afield We at John Webster Architecture work with Structural Engineers on most projects that we handle. Structural Engineers are required to design & detail the structural aspects of a project, certifying designs for building warrant.  Most Scottish