Established in 1985 and based in Aldershot, on the north-east Hampshire/Surrey border, we offer a friendly and personal service when it comes to design and planning. We are happy to take on projects ranging from the smallest of extensions through to new property developments.
We pride ourselves on listening to you and designing around your requirements. With our expertise in current building methods we are careful to offer solutions that can be built straightforwardly and within a realistic budget. In complex situations we can provide you with a selection of alternative ideas for your consideration. We always endeavour to achieve a design that will provide an acceptable, practical and affordable solution for your needs.
Owner of Churchill Design, Martyn prides himself on giving you up to date and accurate information regarding the current procedures required in gaining the necessary permissions for completing your project. Additionally, with his considerable expertise in building methods he will offer designs that satisfy your requirements and that can be built within a price range that you specify. Martyn will also be your first contact and he will carry out your initial free of charge consultation, at your home and at the same time providing you with a written quotation for any services that you will require.
Our aim is to guide you through all of the intricacies of the planning and construction of your project starting from our first consultation through to the design, the drawings, the specification, the quotations and contracts including the necessary liaison with the Local Authority Planning and Building Regulations Departments for the required permissions for you to carry out your work.
Alison looks after the administration and provides ongoing customer support. She generally carries out the initial surveys and is able to offer advice on the many aspects encountered with your project. She has gained a wealth of knowledge and information regarding the current processes involved within this area of work, especially with regard to current planning procedures, which in recent years have become more complicated and involved.