Successful Christmas Fund-Raising Raffle
Thanks for the generosity of all who participated in our prize raffle to install a defibrillator at the Old Cottage Hospital. We raised a stunning total of £2,112.30.
Help us Install a Defibrillator with our Christmas Prize Draw
Help us install a defibrillator for the Old Cottage Hospital by joining in our Christmas Prize Draw.
We need to raise somewhere in the region of £1500 to cover the cost, and in order to do so, we have organised a Christmas Prize Draw with lots of lovely prizes on offer.
SAP 10: Changes to SAP Calculations and Energy Efficiency Requirements
Find out what SAP is and what changes have been made to the calculations and energy efficient requirements.
New Facilities and Business Services Available at The Old Cottage Hospital
The old cottage hospital is available to host board meetings, staff training, general meetings or client meetings.
We also offer printing services and administration services.
Staff Development: Taking a Project from Start to Finish for the First Time
Emma Buck was given the challenge to manage her first project from start to finish. Here is her experience:
My Work Placement Year: Adam Cranefield
We have given work placement opportunities to local architectural design and technology students for many years. We asked our latest student, Adam Cranefield, tells us all about his year working with us.
Staff Spotlight: Joe Hubbard
Throughout your experience as a customer of David Granger Design, we have a range of processes and teams in place designed to ensure the service you receive is first class. We’re dedicated to providing you with expert advice on any questions you might have regarding your project. We know the process can sometimes be challenging […]
How protected species can affect your development – BJ Collins
This is the latest in a series of guest posts from carefully selected companies who help us to give our clients as comprehensive a service as possible. Today’s post is by Barry Collins, MD of BJ Collins, Protected Species Surveyors. Changes in our countryside and the way we produce our food has had a dramatic […]