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Commercial & Industrial Projects

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Practical design solutions

We can supply practical design solutions for any size project or budget

Commercial & industrial

We have experience working on projects of varying sizes, we can provide practical design solutions and cost efficient construction methods as well as injecting flare into a buildings appearance helping deliver results on time and on budget.

Our Commercial projects consist mainly of small to medium sized extensions to Hotels, Public Houses & Offices. Examples include;

Hotel Extension – consisting of 10 bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms to a Listed Building with a stainless steel & glass Link designed with close co-operation with the local Conservation Officer. Two of the bedrooms were suitable for disabled use with fully fitted en-suites.

The glass link also include a separate disabled toile for general use complete with a gentle ramped entrance accessed from the rear courtyard covered dining area.

Industrial Projects – mainly local projects which include small to medium sized light industrial buildings often on two floors usually with industrial spae on the ground floor with offices above. These are fairly simple units in their design & are designed as multi purpose buildings which can be used for storage, manufacturing, sales & office support. These have included businesses such as light engineering, storage & distribution, builder’s merchants, DIY stores, bathroom & kitchen show rooms.


As we are situated in the heart of southern England we also get involved with small agricultural & equestrian buildings, some of which only require a separate Agricultural Certificate instead of planning permission depending on the size.

Some material planning considerations to factor into a design can include the following:

-Scale and appearance
-Effect on neighbouring properties- loss of light / overlooking
-Impact on a listed building, listed building setting and/or conservation area
-Access, parking and highway safety

In some cases, it will be necessary to supply a Design and Access Statement, & in the case of Listed Buildings a Heritage Statement as well to support an application this will detail design features and provide justification. The level of detail will depend on the scale of the application.

At Hungerford Design, we are experienced with handling planning applications and have detailed knowledge of relevant planning policies.

If you are unsure if your project requires planning permission, please get in touch. We offer free initial advice and would be happy to help.