The skilled team of architects and designers at AURA Architecture have managed many projects in the Wimbledon area, see the Wimbledon project links below.
AURA architecture have become skilled in working with the Merton borough council to obtain the planning permission you need for your extension, re-build, or house refurbishment. Contact our architects for advice and space planning services today.
Architect services offered in Wimbledon:
Customers who chose Aura Homes benefit from Our 5 Core Values which are:
These translate into how we approach residential architecture in Wimbledon. Our vision is to:
With this in mind, all of our designs embody this Vision and Values
Unlike many architects and architecture specialists in Wimbledon, our fee structure is transparent.
We charge a fixed fee for our services. If you ask us to provide the full range of services set out in our design guide, you can expect the cost to be around 8-12% of your total costs for the build.
Typical architects charge between 11-15% of the construction value. This incentivises other Wimbledon architects to inflate costs, instead of designing a home in line with your priorities and budget.
More comprehensive details of our fees are available here.
Wimbledon lies within the Merton Borough Council planning area, and whilst planners can be very restrictive at times, it is generally easier to get planning in Wimbledon than some nearby areas like Richmond. Ease of obtaining planning permission for your extension can vary widely within small areas of Wimbledon, however, and the West Wimbledon Conservation Area is particularly challenging.
AURA Architecture have developed an in-depth local knowledge of planning in Wimbledon, and will work on your behalf to obtain the planning you need, as well as carefully designing your home refurbishment to pre-empt potential issues before they arise. AURA will prepare the planning application drawings, liaise with Merton Borough Council on your behalf, and generally save you hours of time and remove the hassle and frustration from the process.