Friday 27th March, 2020

Covid-19 Update

Covid-19 Update

CAD Architects are following the Government’s advice and have introduced appropriate remote working for all our staff. The safety of our staff, clients and contacts is our priority. We are still and will continue to be available via the usual email addresses, and telephone numbers. We will be using conference calling and other remote means of communication where appropriate, but with regard to face to face or site meetings we will be taking every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of those involved. CAD will continue to represent their client’s best interests in every facet of our various appointments and look forward to continuing to deliver successful outcomes.

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Friday 21st February, 2020

Trewoon Affordable Housing Approved

Trewoon Affordable Housing Approved

Plans to build 19 affordable dwellings in Trewoon, St Austell have been given approval at committee. These proposals include 15 houses and 4 flats, with a variety of house types ranging from 1 bed to 3 bed units.

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Friday 7th February, 2020

Planning Approved for Alterations

Planning Approved for Alterations

Planning permission has been approved for the alterations to a home in Swanpool. The alterations will include the demolition of garage, a new front entrance, an orangery and new detached garage with gymnasium. CAD Architects look forward to extending and refurbishing this property in the coming year.

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Wednesday 22nd January, 2020

A New Decade for CAD Architects

A New Decade for CAD Architects

2020: Three weeks in - and this new year already feels more settled than the last few. Whilst 2019 was a tumultuous year in British politics, CAD Architects have had their best year ever. We are currently working on projects from Penzance in West Cornwall to Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. We have high-quality, exciting projects spread across the south and west that allow our team of highly experienced and skilled designers to express their individual talents.

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Friday 17th January, 2020

Planning Approved

Planning Approved

Planning permission was granted for the addition of a new gymnasium and the addition of a new entrance block to replace the old stepped and ramped access to the Bernard Sunley Gymnasium in St Clement St, Truro.

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Wednesday 16th October, 2019

5 ideas for transforming older houses

 5 ideas for transforming older houses

Older properties such as Victorian houses, while they may be brimming with character features, often do not appear to have great potential for modern living. The internal layout can seem dark and cramped and the prospect of trying to transform this into a contemporary family home may be rather daunting. But appearances can be deceptive. There are many ways in which these lovely properties can be adapted and improved through imaginative use of building alterations and building extensions. This is where the services of an expert in residential architecture such as CAD Architects can fire your imagination, by showing you a vision of what could be achieved with your home.

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Wednesday 9th October, 2019

Staircases in Modern Home Design

Staircases in Modern Home Design

It used to be the case that staircases in modern homes performed a purely functional role, making the most efficient use of space while providing a convenient way of moving between floors. Beautiful, bespoke staircases were the preserve of a minority of top-end luxury houses. All that has changed dramatically over the last 20 years. Advances in computer aided design, combined with new materials and innovative manufacturing methods have brought custom-designed staircases within the reach of a much wider range of homeowners. Staircases have become an important element in many types of new house design, evolving from practical items to stunning design features and centrepieces for your dream home.

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Wednesday 2nd October, 2019

Using an Architect to Design a Conservatory

Using an Architect to Design a Conservatory

For many people, adding a conservatory is a great way to provide additional space in your home while also creating a warm, sunny area that is an enjoyable space to use all year round. For these reasons, it is understandable that conservatories have become one of the most popular building extensions or building alterations for homeowners.

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