Our dedicated design team are a key component of the successful delivery of our ‘concept to completion’ offer.
Our creativity brings our clients’ objectives to life. By understanding the impact of design within the rural environment, we specialise in creating innovative, yet practical, options for a large array of schemes. Throughout, we are focussed on adding value through high quality design and place making.
Services We Offer
- Feasibility Studies and Optioneering
- Concept Design, Masterplanning and Urban Design
- Pre-application Support
- 3D Visualisations
- Design work for Planning Applications
- Planning Condition Discharge
- Design Codes
- Design & Access Statements
- Tender Drawings and Design Resolution
- National Building Specification (NBS)
- Management and Maintenance Plans
- Value Engineering
- Tender Appraisals
- Working Construction Drawings
- Final Construction Drawings
- Schedule of Defects Report
- Site Support and Design Compliance
- Contract Administration
Rural Solutions is delighted to announce that its commercial workshop and storage scheme at Little Stambridge Hall in Essex has recently received detailed planning approval from Rochford District Council. The site is in Green Belt and ‘very special circumstances’ had to be demonstrated in order to allow the project to pass.
We are excited to share an update on the eco-house that nears completion at a rural village in the Nidderdale AONB.
As the pandemic continues and we find ourselves spending more time at home, many of us are looking to maximise the space available within our homes and looking to create new ancillary living spaces. Treehouses offer a unique opportunity to gain additional living, office, holiday or play space.
Housing is always a hot topic – and never more so than in the countryside. The Covid-19 pandemic has set several plates spinning – both in terms of policy reform and shifts in the rural property market. Last week, rural housing was again in the headlines as the government’s proposed algorithm for determining development levels seemed to place disproportionate growth demands on areas such as the Lake District and North Yorkshire leading to widespread criticism from rural commentators.