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Many clients undertake an ambitious extension project or to build a new house only to find that it will cost way beyond their budget! This may be often after gaining planning consent and many months, or even years, of design and expectation! It’s often at this point that they abandon their dream, and are left feeling utterly down hearted.
This is a challenge Stephen Waldron Architects has helped several clients to overcome. Continue Reading
Whether you are a home owner ready to re-design your property, or a small (possibly first time) property developer, one of the key challenges you face is ensuring that you have created real value at the end of this process. This is a core element in the remit of your architect. Continue Reading
Stephen Waldron Architects have been commissioned by three separate clients for 5 schemes in Tylorstown, in the Rhondda Valley in South Wales. The first is to develop a site close to the river for 5 new houses, and on an adjacent site, a new detached house for the clients themselves. These images show the 3D… Continue Reading
In recent weeks we have been looking at a number of commissions across the breadth of Wales in one of our core strength areas – the Health Care Sector. In Ceridigion, we have been asked to look at a long-term strategic plan to upgrade and extend a Nursing Home. In Swansea, a nursing home is… Continue Reading
A growing area of work is to develop schemes on sites and properties bought at auction by private individuals looking to invest in property to create a more reliable and substantial pension fund. A recent commission is a 1-acre site in Tylorstown adjacent to the Rhondda river. A flat site, within the settlement boundary, and… Continue Reading