Children in Need Ramble 2017 Complete

We enjoyed doing 'Our Thing' for Children in Need!
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Croft Architecture's BBC Children in Need Ramble 2017

Lets get ready to ramble!
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Our project in Real Homes Magazine

Hi Everyone!
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Our project in Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine

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Croft Architecture shortlisted for two prestigious LABC Awards

We're delighted to announce that Croft Architecture are shortlisted as a finalist for two prestigious West Midlands LABC Building Excellence Awards 2017 in the following categories. Best Change of Use of an Existing Building or Conversion Moor Farm, Staffordshire has been selected as a finalist for the 'Best Change of Use of an Existing Building or Conversion.' Find out more about the project ...
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Congratulations to Croft Architecture’s newly qualified architect

Architectural qualification
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How to improve the energy efficiency rating of your property

UNDER current regulations, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is required every time a property is sold or rented out. However, it isn’t simply a matter of red tape designed to make moving more complicated – as Ron Fox from Noreus explains, energy efficiency ratings are a useful tool which provide people with information about a home’s heating and lighting usage, as well as recommendations ...
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Building your own home doesn't have to be expensive

Do you want to make your dream home a reality? Carl Croft, Managing Director of Croft Architecture shares some words of wisdom for self-build success.
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Why use an architect to make your dream home a reality?

Designing and building our own homes is an aspiration for many and usually begins in childhood, scribbling away and creating the stereotypical pitched roof, symmetrical square home with a chimney and a path in the middle.
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New dementia care home approved at appeal

We are pleased to bring news that planning approval has been granted by the Government Planning Inspectorate, following a planning appeal for a new 24-bed ‘EMI’ Dementia Care Unit for St. Quentin Residential Home located on Sandy Lane, in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.
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