COVID-19 Update

TO ALL EXISTING AND POTENTIAL CLIENTS- COVID 19 UPDATE
Just to say that in these strange times we are still open for business, providing a full range of
architectural services to our existing and potential new clients. We are now working remotely from
home, with one local person often in the office to keep our systems going, and occasionally two
people when necessary complying with all safe distancing and safety guidelines.
We specialise in providing a personalised service to people who care about their property, whether
it is their home, a residential or commercial project, education, care or medical building. We have a
particular interest and expertise in older buildings, properties in conservation areas, listed buildings,
problematical planning situations or any interesting project requiring sensitive, high quality design
for people who care about their project.
We normally start with a telephone discussion about your project, and access Google Street View
and aerial photos, as we can often understand a great deal from these about your property and it's
situation.
We would then normally make a no obligation visit to look at your property and discuss your brief in
more detail. However we are now using facetime, zoom, WhatsApp and skype, whichever is
appropriate, and may visit a property if you are not present and it is safe to do so, or may get you to
take us round the property remotely.
The initial stages of our work can often be started from available information, such as existing
drawings, digital information and photographs.
Commencing your project in these difficult times can provide hope and raise morale. Potentially you
could be a long way through the design process to improve your house or building when the
restrictions are lifted, and be well prepared for the start of work on site.
You can email team@km-architects.co.uk or call 0116 2200321 or 07847 257159 to start the
process. We can then have a discussion with you and assess what you would like to achieve, using a
variety of digital information and photographs.
Geoffrey Middleton RIBA