CKA Client Update

As we are all aware COVID-19 is in the forefront of everyone’s thoughts at the moment, however we must remember that we are a resilient nation and must carry on.

We have seen a lot of business’s diverging and adapting with imaginative ways to continue to serve their customers. Here at CK Architectural the team have set up at home and have identified new ways for our clients to interact with us without the need for home or site visits, still providing the same exceptional service.   

With the customer in mind we have developed our new online design service to make the whole process as easy and stress free as possible. We can provide property assessment, designs along with useful advice on planning, building regulations and construction without any obligation. More info here.

Planning applications in York, Harrogate, Selby and across North Yorkshire are still being accepted. The City Of York Council have stated there is no duty planning officer available in the Contact Centre however from our investigations planning applications can still be submitted and Harrogate Borough Council have not advised of any changes.

Building Control applications are still being accepted by City of York and Harrogate councils for plan check. We do believe minor site’s to cease works but drawings for building regulations can still be done, submitted and checked ready for when life returns do normality.

We will be managing all the existing applications and seeing them through planning and building control as normal. Anyone wishing for some free initial advice should see our new online design service here.

We urge everyone to be safe and sensible, stay home and be strict with your social distancing.

26.03.2020

The CK Team

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