Ask the Architect Clinic Offers Free Advice
Matthew Franklin of MBF Design runs regular Ask the Architect clinics from our Shrewsbury offices on Abbey Lawn, and the next event, which is free to attend, will be held on Friday 9 March.
Matthew is keen to assist local people and businesses with any architectural ideas or queries they may have. The world of planning law can often be a minefield when people or businesses are trying to get projects off the ground, to help guide people through this territory Matthew enlists the expertise of Lanyon Bowdler’s Town and Country Planning Law solicitor, Rebecca Whittaker, who can advise on planning law aspects.
During previous clinics, Matthew has discussed some very interesting projects with local people, such as planning and change of use for a house boat and a very interesting discussion regarding a unique social enterprise based on a grand vision of community, education and awareness of a particular topic.
The topic of architecture is far reaching and encompasses many different aspects. Matthew is keen to encourage anyone from private individuals to businesses to come along to the session on Friday 9 March if they have any architectural queries to discuss.
Previously Matthew has discussed topics such as barn conversions, installation of solar panels, the installation of bi fold doors and flat roofs, the construction of single storey extensions in place of conservatories, extending on to existing acreage for new builds to accommodate family or commercially for holiday lets and general plans for expansion or renovation both privately and in a business setting.
To book a free appointment with Matthew contact Rachel Donaghey on 01952 224047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org