Archive for October 2015

Welcome to DGA’s New Home

Finally! After months of planning and weathering every anxiety of a big move, DGA has found a new home in Wandsworth’s beautiful Riverside Quarter – which we managed with just one day of down time. My first couple of weeks in the new practice have been filled with a mix of optimism and trepidation reminiscent…

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Guest Blog: How VAT Savings Can Cover Your Architect’s Fees

  “Landmark PT are essentially a tax consultancy and our clients are usually amazed at how easily they could have paid too much VAT if they had not sought specialist advice.” John Dyer-Grimes Since I set up my business, Landmark PT, I have been asked to review thousands of building projects and have identified VAT…

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Planning Approval in Mill Hill

Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Mill Hill. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Barnet Council to proceed with the addition of a new two storey roof extension and lightweight rear extension to a Grade II former manor along Partingdale Lane. Despite being a Heritage asset within the Green Belt, our…

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Planning Approval in Chelsea

Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Chelsea. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council to proceed with the addition of a new rear and lower ground floor side extension to a period terraced house in the Sloane/Stanley Conservation Area. After a successful appeal, we convinced…

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Guest Blog: Hysteria and The London Housing Market

Hysteria – noun – exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement Panic – noun – sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behaviour Hype – noun – a deception carried out for the sake of publicity “Staggeringly incompetent” “Bereft of ideas” “A total lack of mental toughness and heart” No, this was not the…

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