Project Management Scotland Ltd

Project Management Scotland Ltd

Project Management Scotland Ltd locationForfar, Angus

Whether you are considering a commercial, industrial, residential or equestrian project, we are able to provide a full architectural service from inception through to completion. Project Management Scotland can assist in developing your initial ideas and lead you through the process of obtaining your required statutory permissions such as Planning Permission, Listed Building Consents, Demolition Warrants, Building Warrants, Completion Certificates, CDM Regulations 2015, and Energy Performance Certificates (New Builds).

Project Management Scotland will tailor services to suit each client and welcome the opportunity to meet with new clients, the initial consultation is free. Project Management Scotland are based in Forfar, Angus and undertake projects across in the UK.

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98 North St, Forfar DD8 3BN, UK

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How can someone tell if their Garage is suitable for conversion?

What type of construction is the garage? typically you want a solid wall construction as a good starting point. Access? If attached to the house is there an obvious route to access the new space from the house. Ceiling height? what height is the horizontal roof members from the existing conc floor? remember that the new space will have to have the floor level increased to accommodate insulation etc, a finished dimension of 2m will be required to satisfy building regulations. Will you be extending to the size of the conversion? planning permission could come into play. When converting an attached garage with no addition planning permission will not be needed.

Run us through the different stages of the Garage conversion process - what's involved?

Initial meeting and survey: a full measured survey of the area to determine if the conversion would comply with the current building regulations.
Planning and building regulations advice: Advice would be given regarding whether planning permission would be required and what level of work would be required to obtain a building warrant.
Preparation of plans: Prepare plans suitable for local authority submission for planning (if required) and building warrant.
Tender: issue drawings to contractors for tendering and report back to you with a tender breakdown assessment.
Construction: award project to successful contractor and start construction phase through to completion, all construction work to be supervised by PMS.

How can someone tell if their loft is suitable for conversion?

The main issue with loft conversions is head height, a min of 2m clear will be required at the top of any proposed stair including the landing. Structural improvements are likely to accommodate the additional load on the floor. You will also need to think about access to the loft as a stair will have to be fitted in to access the new floor, is there room for a stair without compromising your existing floor layout?

Services provided by Project Management Scotland Ltd

Services

Architectural Services

Site Surveys Sketch & Detail Design Planning Permission/Applications Building Warrant Applications 2D Construction Drawings 3D Concept Drawings Deed Plans Site Inspections

Quantity Surveyor

Probable Costs Tender Documents Construction Cost Reports Final Account

Project Management

Formulation of Brief Coordinating Professionals Construction Programming & Control

Projects

Residential Projects

Bathroom additions Attic conversions Barn conversions Alterations Extensions New Builds

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