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Building Control Services for Architects and Architectural Technologists

We're Derbyshire's recommended building control experts.

 

Whether it is a Building Notice for small plans or a Full Plans Application, we can bring value to your project.

From new build houses and apartment blocks, to industrial structures, to conversions and restorations of historic and listed buildings, we can share our wealth of experience with you and your project.

We can work with you throughout your design process to ensure that your client’s design is delivered efficiently, to the highest safety standards possible and within the agreed timeframe.

Whatever stage you are at, contact our team and begin your partnership with DBCP.

Our experience and knowledgeable team could save you valuable time and money and will help ensure that the project you hand over to the client is fully compliant with Building Regulations.

Here's why, as an architect or architectural technologist, you should choose DBCP...

  • Competitive pricing
  • Professionally qualified team
  • Effective and efficient service
  • Highly experienced in domestic, commercial, residential and historic buildings
  • Unrivalled local knowledge of ground conditions
  • Combined knowledge of six Local Authorities
  • Same-day inspections if booked before 10am
  • Local and national projects
  • Complete end-to end service, from project inception to completion

How we work with architects and architectural technologists, like you...

Barn Conversion

The Linked Barn, is a prestigious barn conversion developed at Dunston Grange Farm by the two-time LABC award winning bespoke construction firm, Lynnic Associates Ltd

Single-Storey Extension

The rear of this 1920s semi-detached house was extended with a single-storey extension to create a large open plan, modern kitchen.

iHub, Derby

The multi award winning iHub Derby is the centre-piece of the £12 million Infinity Park. DBCP building control surveyor Richard Palin advised both the architect and builder throughout the 50-week build.