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News and updates on Architecture, Design, Planning and Building in Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire and other areas of East Anglia.

A personal win and Clayland clean up at the BUILD Awards

This was a special year for awards for Clayland Architects, as Steven Swaby our Principal Architect received his own award from BUILD Magazine for Residential and Urban Designer of the Year 2020 (Norfolk), for his expertise within the given field, dedication to client...

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Feels Like Home

We sincerely hope this post finds you well. Whilst we remain open for business during Covid-19, our architectural team are working from home, and as designers and architects our thoughts are naturally turning to our personal spaces and how our homes work for us. We...

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Projects Pages updated

As we head towards summer, work on some of our clients sites continue to progress at an exciting pace. So we have had the pleasure of being allowed to re-visit and take photographs of some completed projects, and we have also added some more examples of our well known...

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Self Build Passive House under construction

The self build passive house at The Paddocks, is well under way having been stated just before Christmas 2017. With the main structure complete triple glazed doors and windows in place the cladding is now just being finished.  

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We won!

So we've won an award. BUILD Magazines 'Best Residential Developments Company 2018 - Norfolk.' Its quite a niche award to be honest, but as a company that combines Architecture with Construction it is a field that we have a unique perspective upon. This year has seen...

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EDP announces shortlist for major award

We're delighted to have been shortlisted for the 2018 'East of England Project of the Year' in the RICS National Awards for Wood Farm, Carbrooke. As announced today in the Eastern Daily Press, our project at Wood Farm has been shortlisted for this major award which...

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Planning application fees are increasing

Fees for planning applications are set to rise by 20 per cent from 17th January 2018. Parliament have approved legislation to increase fees in England and to introduce new categories for applications for Permissions in Principle. What does this mean for you? The fee...

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