We are able to offer a full range of architectural services for both residential and commercial properties. This includes feasibility and Sketch Studies, planning permission drawings and submissions to Local Authorities.
SEDC can give advice and provide the calculations needed to show that your project complies with the building regulations. We can process the whole building control application from filling in the submission forms to obtaining final approval. Alternatively we can just tackle particular matters to suit you.
We have long standing relationships with several Local Authority building Control departments in greater London as well as independent inspectors.
We are able to design all the structural elements for our client’s projects, from new build to refurbishment, from terraced house to warehouse. We are experienced in engineering a wide range of materials, such as steel, timber, concrete and masonry. All our work is carried out to the latest British Standards and Eurocodes. We will create full working drawings showing plans, sections and details, along with calculations
SEDC Ltd is often commissioned by Companies as well as by private individuals to carry out Structural Surveys and dilapidations reports on properties.
We are experienced Party Wall Surveyors. If you are planning to undertake some work on your property which falls within the scope of The Party Wall etc. Act 1996 we can advise you on the necessary procedures. Alternatively, you may have been served notice by a neighbour in relation to some proposed works and require a party wall surveyor to act on your behalf. Whichever side you are on we will be happy to advise you.
Our professional (Construction Design and Management) CDM Coordinator is a qualified Health and Safety professional. We can advise clients on health and safety issues during the design and planning phases of construction work and is someone who has and knowledge and experience of planning, management, construction, and communications. We can prepare the project Health and Safety paperwork and make the required notification to the HSE.