Date: June, 2020
Location: Loftus, North Yorkshire, England
Pyramid Architectural Designs were requested by clients to assist them with their project of converting the former Co-op funeral parlour in Loftus into their own home, along with a detached garage. Pyramid arranged a meeting with the clients to discuss all of their ideas, needs and requests to ensure that the plans were exactly as the clients wished before proceeding with the architectural drawings. The clients were sent updates of the works to ensure it matched up with their visions and made alterations where needed until the clients were happy with the final plans.
Upon completion of the drawings, Pyramid was then requested by the client to manage the planning permission application. This was submitted to Redcar & Cleveland Council, along with the existing and proposed elevations and external 3d visualisations. Redcar & Cleveland Council requested a heritage statement which Pyramid also provided and submitted to the Local Authority to support the application. All communications with the council were relayed to the clients to keep them up to date with the status of the application.
Planning permission for this project has now been granted by the Local Authority and Pyramid are completing the building regulation specification drawings for the clients to support the submission of the building regulations application before the building process can commence.