MonkHouse Architect Ltd offers a bespoke and personal architectural design service from small and large scale house extensions and home improvements to new builds throughout Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. Based in Abingdon, with projects across Oxford, Witney, Abingdon, Didcot, Henley & Reading, however big or small your project you will receive a high quality, professional and personalised experience. You will have the ability to choose a complete architectural package or one that is tailored to your unique needs. So whether you are looking for simply design and construction drawings or support in tendering and managing your whole project, click here to get in touch now and see how MonkHouse can help you.
With MonkHouse you can be assured that an RIBA Chartered Architect will be working on your project at all times. Previous MonkHouse projects include single and two storey extensions, garden rooms, loft conversions and large house extensions. Projects held in previous architectural practice include self build houses, converting houses to flats, mass housing schemes and large commercial units. With this in mind MonkHouse offers a breadth of knowledge of the planning system, to support you in utilising your permitted development rights or obtain successful planning permission. We also have a sound understanding of the party wall act and will be able to help you navigate this to ensure your project is built with peace of mind. Click here to view recently completed projects and current builds.
We appreciate that making time for appointments around work and family commitments can be difficult and therefore endeavour to be as flexible as possible to help you get your project underway. To book your free initial consultation, including evening and weekend appointments, please contact us by phone or email as detailed below.
Richard Monk: 07969 022229
Your budget will be discussed and worked to from the outset of the design stage to help control your project costs. Part of the MonkHouse service is a free initial consultation to understand your ideas. Once a fee proposal has been provided and accepted, fees will be split into the RIBA stages outlined below. Typically, most projects will be charged at the end of each completed stage, once you have received the work and services. For larger or more complex projects, stages may be invoiced monthly.
Stage 1 Feasibility & Survey
Stage 2 Concept Design
Stage 3 Develop Design & Planning Submission
Stage 4 Construction/Building Regulations (Tender)
Stage 5 On Site