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Do you take on Commercial projects?

Posted on: August 15th, 2018

I am often asked if I carry out commercial projects. I am fully qualified as an Architect and therefore I trained for 7 years at University in all aspects of architecture. I do generally specialise in domestic properties, however, I occasionally take on smaller commercial projects. Last year I was approached by Vicky and Mark Smith to look at a chapel they were in the process of purchasing. Their dream was to convert it into premises for their business, which had been previously based at home. It was a pleasure to work with them on the Planning and Building regulation applications to turn their dream into reality.

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Recently, I had the privilege of visiting Taylored Fit Physio’s new premises in Langley Park. The chapel is situated on the high street and from a commercial point of view the move has been a great success. They have already seen a significant increase in their patients, from footfall within the village and word of mouth. They have also taken on new staff who carry out different services and are broadening their commercial offer. The biggest impact, however, is that they now have a beautiful space to work in. They can expand commercially as they physically have the space to do it. I have written a case study about the project which you can read here¬†https://lrollinsdesign.co.uk/case-studies/chapel-to-physiotherapy-clinic/

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It has been a very real privilege to work with them on this commercial project. To see them grow into the space created. I wish them continuing success in the future in their new premises, they provide a wonderful service to their patients and am sure they will be continue to do so.