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Projects Currently Under Construction Brunel drive  – single and two storey extensions Wardcliffe Road – single storey rear extension Winslow Road – loft conversion with front and rear dormer windows Drake Avenue, Chickerell – garage and workshop extension Beech Road – single storey rear extension New schemes into planning Custom House Quay – 2nd floor […]

July 29, 2013

Buy With Confidence

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Jago Bruford Design is audited by Trading Standards and is a member of the Buy With Confidence scheme administered by Dorset County Council. “The Buy With Confidence scheme provides consumers with a list of reputable businesses that they can trust and use with confidence and to support and recognise those businesses which are committed to […]

April 26, 2011

Planning Permission – do I need it?

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Most new buildings or major changes to existing buildings or to the local environment need consent known as planning permission. Without a planning system everyone could construct buildings or use land in any way they wanted, no matter what effect this would have on other people who live and work in their area. A summary […]

April 25, 2011

Building Regulations – what does it mean?

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Building Regulations apply in England & Wales and promote standards for most aspects of a building’s construction, energy efficiency in buildings, the needs of all people, including those with disabilities, in accessing and moving around buildings. Do I need Building Regulations Approval? The majority of Building Projects require approval under the Building Regulations, these include:- […]

April 24, 2011

Professional Indemnity Insurance

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Jago Bruford Design carries full Professional Indemnity (PI) Insurance against all designs undertaken by the company. The insurance is underwritten by Novae Syndicates Ltd of Fenchurch street, London and is renewed on an annual basis. Click on the image to see our current insurance certificate and schedule Click on the image to see our current […]

April 23, 2011
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