Mekkara Architectural Consultants in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
We are Chartered Architectural Technologists in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK, providing architectural services to private clients with our experience in small to large scale residential architecture and commercial architecture throughout UK. We can provide advice on all aspects of planning permissions, building regulations and the building construction process.
We use innovative and friendly approach to the process of designing and obtaining the necessary permission to new build, extension or conversion. We strive to make the whole process easier and more affordable for the client or homeowner using the latest technology to aid our first class design & planning knowledge. We produce high quality low cost plans for Planning Permission, Building Regulations and Tendering & Construction package for your new build, extension, loft conversion, garage conversion or internal alterations.
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