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About Re:Design Group
Re:Design is a unique group of architectural designers in London
The re:design group Architectural Services London is a unique group of architects in London that also comprises engineers and designers who are experts in architectural drawing services to provide complete solutions to your architectural services needs.
Unlike the many other commercial and residential architects London has to offer, here at re:design our expert team means we can manage the whole process for you, from producing architectural drawings and plans, to sorting out planning permission and ensuring all works meet building regulations.
Whether you are considering building an extension, adding a conservatory or garage to your home, re-designing the interior layout of your home or constructing a new office or commercial building from scratch, we have all the skills you need to get turn your idea into reality.
Re:design group offers many services, including:
- Planning applications.
- Building regulations.
- Measured surveys.
- 3D Design.
- Urban Design.
- Planning Appeals.
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