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Our Chartered Architect and Surveyors specialise in a wide range of  residential, commercial, leisure and rural sectors. 

From conception to completion - we design, secure planning permission and manage your project.


Our Chartered Architect is a member of the Royal Institution of British Architects (RIBA), the UKʼs leading professional body for architecture. We provide sketch designs for new build and refurbishment projects, with a view to producing the final designs with your full involvement.

PJSA provide complete architectural service and advice from initial ideas to construction to make your designs a reality.


We will work closely with you from the earliest design stages, obtaining planning permission and ensuring your project is built whilst taking away the stresses of the construction process.


If you have any building projects you would like advice on, whether for planning, design or construction get in touch with our Chartered Architect, Josh Mears-Smith RIBA.


PJSA is able to produce photorealistic images to allow you to easily visualise design proposals. These can be used to aid the design process and also increase your chances of obtaining planning permission.

  • Surveying

  • Feasibility Studies

  • Planning Permissions

  • Design and Access Statements

  • Building Regulations

  • Sustainability

  • Construction Drawings

  • Project Management

  • Bespoke 3D computer model

  • Ability to walk around the virtual model

  • Opportunity to explore materiality

  • High resolution photo-realistic images of your proposed design

  • Useful tool to enhance any planning application

  • Easy method to visualise 2D plans

  • Night time shots can be used to access lighting design.

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Your ideas can be modelled on the computer which allows you to walk through your scheme to see a virtual version of your design project. This can help you make important design decisions and also aid in the planning permission process as it allows the planning officers to easily interpret your design intentions. 

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