When designing or planning a building, there is a good chance that town planning submissions will come into play. These submissions affect things such as the type of building that can be built, if the building will be approved, or if changes will be required. Here we outline what you need to know about town planning submissions.
Architects and Town Planning Submissions
Commercial architects that are familiar with town planning requirements and submissions are extremely valuable as they understand how a building needs to fit into the council’s town planning scheme. Architectural town planning submissions can cover the residential, commercial or industrial spheres. The council town planning scheme can involve things such as the aesthetics of the building; the building’s functionality; the need for the building in the town; how the building will affect other buildings and structures (traffic flow, shadowing, and so forth).
If a building is approved, the architect can proceed with the building process but if it is denied, then the architect will have to make any changes necessary in order to get the building approved so that it fits in with the council or government’s plan for the town. The architect will be able to take on board any advice that the council has received from residents in regards to the building that is to be built (their submissions).
Choosing an Architect Versed in Town Planning
Town planning is a specialised area, so if you have need for these services, you will need to find an architect that is well versed in this area. Of course, they should also be fully qualified, licensed and insured, and be a member of one of the architectural bodies such as the Royal Australian Institute of Architects.
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