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Turning dreams into reality

 
Created on 04/08/2015 @ 16:44

Planning a new build or extension? Hughes Architects can help turn a vision into reality.

When it comes to planning or designing a new home, an extension or even developing a commercial or industrial building, the design and getting it through planning to completion are critical elements throughout the process.

Hughes Architects, based in Newtown, Welshpool and Aberystwyth, have been helping residents and businesses to do just that for many years.The local team, led by Doug Hughes, works on projects as small as house extensions through to larger residential developments and large-scale commercial work locally and throughout the UK.And they’re competitive when it comes to cost.

The company has a 99.5 per cent success rate in obtaining planning approvals for its clients, making it one of the most successful when it comes to converting plans into reality.

"We are the only local chartered architectural practice in the Severn Valley and we put our high planning approval rate down to the fact we know our towns and communities so well, being integrated into the community with local staff and knowledge,” said Doug.

"We are also confident that our designs are of the highest quality. We welcome the opportunity for anybody to come and meet our team to discuss their ideas to see how we can work with them through to completion.”

Hughes Architects is multi disciplinary company.  It offers an in-house cost consultancy as well as information for lowering energy bills. Whether it’s a residential or commercial project, Hughes Architects can help develop plans and designs for every type of client.

The team at Hughes Architects are available for informal chats about ideas or projects and can be contacted on 01686 610311 or 01938 553436. Or email enquiries@hughesarchitects.co.uk or visit www.hughesarchitects.co.uk. You can also call in at 29 Broad Street, Newtown or 38 Broad Street, Welshpool.
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