Monthly Archives: June 2016

Planning Permission Granted for Buckinghamshire Home

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016


We received the good news this week that planning permission has been granted by Wycombe District Council for improvements to a Buckinghamshire bungalow.

The owner approached us because they felt that the layout of their home could be substantially improved. After a full assessment of the potential for changing and enlarging the internal spaces, we recommended a design that saw the removal of an existing lean-to conservatory, and use of the vacated space to construct a modest extension. This will result in an updated dwelling with larger, more practical rooms for modern living.

PCMS Design welcomes new Architectural Technician Jakub Choluj

Thursday, June 9th, 2016

Jakub CholujWe are very pleased this month to welcome a new Architectural Technician to the PCMS Design team. Jakub joins us on a work placement for 3 months whilst studying for his RIBA Part II qualification at Oxford Brookes University, during which he is specialising in International Architectural Regeneration and Development.

Jakub gained his RIBA Part 1 qualification following 3 years of study at the University of Brighton.

Jakub will be working on a number of our educational projects and gaining experience in project and construction management during regular visits to site to check on progress.

“This is a great opportunity for me to broaden my architectural experience within a multi-disciplinary practice, and I am looking forward to working on a variety of different schemes.”