Welcome to Get Architects
Why Get Architects?
We get results.
Our case studies and testimonials prove that the way we work with our clients gets results.
We know that our service works because our special expertise has resulted in us getting planning permission for clients where other architects have failed to do so.
We are Professional RIBA accredited architects
Any building project is a complex process and you will want our highly trained and qualified RIBA professional, experienced and PI insured architects working with you to ensure successful completion of your project.
We are Cost Effective
You will have the reassurance of being able to maximise the benefits of your investment. Our fees are fixed priced. They are agreed at the start, there are no hidden extras and our scope of services is drawn up with clarity and using plain English and addresses your individual needs.
We are Client Centred
We are approachable and direct and we believe that you should both be fully informed and in control of the full process. We will listen to you and intelligently interpret your requirements so that planning and building regulations constraints are met and we will maximise the benefits of your project. We give you personal attention at all stages of the process and we tailor our service to your individual requirements.
We work in Partnership
We are experienced at negotiating with the planning authorities and we find that negotiation rather than conflict with planners is often in your best interests. We also work with our network of other professional partners, all with proven track records, and will be pleased to share our experience by helping you to brief and select other specialist consultants if you require.
For your free project appraisal call us now on 020 8099 7282
What is PI insurance
Professional indemnity insurance means our performance including design work as architects is underwritten by reputable insurers and must be reviewed annually.
What are RIBA and ARB?
RIBA stands for the Royal Institute of British Architects. In order for an architect to be a member of RIBA he or she has to complete a recognised course of study, (5 yrs min.) and to have completed a further 2 years of practical training before being accepted as a registered architect by the Architects Registration Board.