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What needed to be done:
Fairtech were contacted by a couple in Wilmslow, Cheshire, after they had experienced problems with intruders to their property. In an effort to boost security they sought to increase the height of the boundary fence around their home to act as a deterrent to any would-be burglars. This would involve a fence planning application to be made.
What we did:
The solution: fencing to stand at 2.4 metres high around the property.
boundary fences over two metres high require planning permission from the local council.
The planning process
The couple approached the Fairtech team for assistance with the planning permission process. Although they had already submitted a planning application to Cheshire East council, architectural drawings were required to further support their application. As part of our range of architectural services, we provide clear and accurate architectural drawings to support planning permission applications with an outstanding success rate for approval.
In order to complete the drawings, it was necessary to complete a site survey of the property and the surrounding area. Our thorough approach to each survey allows us to take multiple technical and design factors into consideration before producing a drawn plan. On this occasion, it was revealed that neighbouring properties had also upgraded their boundary fences; this insight enabled us to create sympathetic designs for the proposed boundary fence that were in line with the features of the local surroundings, and most likely to meet the approval of the council.
Fast, effective, and efficient