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South Wales Architect

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www.kenmorganarchitects.co.uk can advise on the planning policies of the various councils and how they may affect a proposed development.

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South Wales Architect

  1. 1. We have had numerous repeat commissions from satisfied clients.
  2. 2.  Our latest project in Carmarthenshire County involves the re-aligning and entrance lane to a remote farm courtyard.  The dilapidated farmhouse will be demolished and replaced with a new dwelling serviced off the new entrance driveway. The project is in the survey stage before commencing design options.
  3. 3.  We can offer a design service tailored to the client's needs and budget.  We do not charge for an initial consultation either in our office or at the client's site. Once the client's brief is established we can quote fees on a fixed fee basis for a limited service or on a percentage fee scale to be agreed for a full service. The latter would normally include monitoring the building construction and providing certification on completion.
  4. 4.  From the Narberth location Ken Morgan has travelled as far North as Manchester working for Manchester University. The project involved the creation of a tourist information centre for the Arboretum at Jodrell Bank.  In the East, at Swindon a new factory was designed and built for Biomet, manufacturers of orthopaedic prostheses, involving clinically sterile facilities. This was the third project carried out for Biomet.
  5. 5.  Housing projects range from one-off new-builds for private clients to housing estates for building developers. Ken Morgan was also involved in the creation of a new village of 50 houses, a community centre and doctor's surgery in a forest on the outskirts of Swansea.
  6. 6.  This specialised sector has included projects for Sports Buildings and Community Halls; Clubhouses and Residential Care Homes.  The changing rooms designed for the Tenby and District Sports Association involved the use of driven piles to support the building. This is because the site was a disused refuse tip overlying marshy ground in the estuary of the river Ritec. The project was completed with the benefit of a grant from the Sportlot lottery funds and it was completed on time and on budget.
  7. 7.  The Studio  Little Greenway  Crinow Road  Narberth  Pembrokeshire  SA67 8TA  Telephone - 01834 860873  Fax - 01834 862000  Email - ken@kenmorgandbm.co.uk  Website : www.kenmorganarchitects.co.uk

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