Feasibility studies

A feasibility study is an exercise to assess the design and cost implications of a proposed project; the end product is a feasibility report. It may contain photographs, sketches and drawings as well as financial projections.

Depending on the proposal the study will consider the practicalities of the scheme, its impact on the building or site as well as the locality generally; it will consider legal restrictions as may appear in title deeds and leases, the constraints imposed by Planning and Building Regulations; site conditions, the soil, availability of drainage and other services (gas, electric, fibre optics); and, it will advise on timings, tendering and the need to appoint other professionals.

Obviously it is important that the terms and scope of the study are clearly defined and agreed in advance.

For very small schemes such as domestic extensions we offer a free feasibility study as part of the fee quotation process.

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Featured Projects

  • Architectural projects

    Newfound Basingstoke

    Our client owned this site and saw the potential for a small residential development comprising a pair of semi-detached houses.
  • Architectural projects

    Elcot, Newbury

    Our clients brief was for a large study-cum-library, pool changing facilities and a proper brick built garage with storage.
  • Architectural projects

    Northfield Road Thatcham

    Our client acquired this site for redevelopment purposes. Working together we designed a pair of semi-detached houses with staggered fronts and a style that harmonised with the neighbours.
  • Architectural projects

    Wessex Gardens Twyford

    Our clients owned this property and liked the location but were unhappy with the dated style and wanted more space. Working together we designed a contemporary style ‘makeover’ and remodelled the interior and added two-storey and single storey extensions. We obtained Planning Consent and then cleared the planning conditions.
  • Architectural projects

    Church Gate Thatcham

    Our client proposed to convert this substantial Grade II Listed property into two self-contained dwellings.
  • Architectural projects

    Wallis Gardens Newbury

    Our client owned this site and saw the potential for a small residential development. Working together we designed a pair of semi-detached houses with a third linked-detached house.