As-built architectural drawings
Post-occupancy feedback and evaluation
We are proud to be a CIAT chartered practice offering a full range of professional architectural services.
The RIBA Plan of Work (shown below) is the definitive model for the design and construction process of buildings.
Clients may engage with all or some of these stages, depending on their requirements.
Extract from RIBA Plan of Work 2021. All architects are required to follow this basic framework for full architectural projects.
There are 8 work stages from 0 to 7 starting with project definition and ending with in-use feedback from the client.
Whatever stage you wish to engage us will depend on your requirements, your design budget or previous building experience.
Stage 0: Strategic Definition
At this early stage Greenleaf Architecture will identify with inputs from the client, developer or end user, the core project requirements.
The project team and programme will be established and pre-application discussions with local authority planning officers can be initiated.
In addition to the core project requirements, sustainability objectives and the review of precedents and feedback from previous projects can be evaluated.
• Identify site constraints
• Develop the client’s brief
• Assemble the project team
• Pre application discussions to review the planning policy
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Thats why we offer a free initial visit to help you appraise your project.