COLOUR SITE PLAN DRAWINGS
A site plan or block plan is required for all planning applications. The site plan will demonstrate the extent of the works so the Council can review the scheme in the wider context. A colour site plan is generally required for new homes and developments, not for housing extensions.
No problem, we can use your proposal and illustrate it in the context the planners requires. This would involve purchasing a Ordnance Survey map to gather key information such as the neighbouring properties, roads and landscape to an appropriate scale.
If you require a colour site plan, you can email the drawings in either CAD or PDF format. We can then convert the drawings to a suitable format and scale to an appropriate size to fit on to specific paper (usally 1:100 or 1:200). Using our library of materials, we can then add specific materials, landscape and transport to enhance the drawings.
Not everyone can read or understand black and white drawings but the benefits adding colour can be used for pre-application discussion, public consultation as well as marketing for brochures and websites.
It is not uncommon that amendments may occur down the line such as changes to the landscape or the design of the proposal. We have a great selection of tools to ensure the design is kept up-to-date avoiding abortive time.