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04/02/2014: Planning - From Paper to Pièce de Résistance

Before any building work can be carried out, detailed plans must be created. The old saying "Measure twice, cut once" springs to mind. Not only do the planning authorities have to be satisfied that the work will be carried out correctly and fit in with neighboring buildings, but also our customers have to be sure that the changes to their home will give them just what they want.

At CWN Developments Ltd, the planning process is a very thorough one, in which our clients are fully involved in order to ensure that their homes fit their needs perfectly, regardless of whether it is a single room such as a kitchen, a garage conversion to create more living space, an extension to the house, or a complete new build. The process always starts with meticulous and interactive planning, bringing customers and designers together.

The image of a paper plan and its corresponding CGI room views is just one example of how customers can 'walk round' their new living space before any work is started. If you have ideas and plans for your home, come and talk them over with us. It's your home, have it your way.

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