Douglas Briggs Partnership








Douglas Briggs Partnership - Sussex architects

Services - what we can do for you

Douglas Briggs Partnership are an integrated Architecture and Town Planning practice providing a flexible service tailored to our clients needs and requirements.

We offer a range of planning services and are one of only a few practices able to offer a fully integrated planning and architecture service provided by professionals qualified in both areas.

We are specialists at handling change in environmentally sensitive areas, including National Parks, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, conservation areas, listed buildings and parks.

We act as rural land use consultants for a range of agricultural, horticultural and equine projects. Recently these have included, an on farm anaerobic digestion plant, glasshouses, grainstores, food packhouses and coldstores, reservoirs, agri-diversification, reuse of farm buildings, new farming buildings , polo/equestrian change of use and facilities, motorsport, footpaths and bridlepaths.

We have a track record of negotiating acceptable development packages and forms of development and also undertake: masterplans, public participation; appeals/inquiries, structure/local plan submissions design briefs and advising planning authorities.

We act as development consultants to public and private clients in South Central England, through all stages of the development process from site selection , desktop analysis and feasibility to detailed design, planning consent and construction stages.

Our integrated architectural and planning service can be reinforced by appropriate consultancy based on our considerable experience of:

- Historic town centre’s including infill, pedestrianisation, advertising and shopfront
- Listed buildings, conservation and countryside locations restoration, extension, alteration.

Further information:

Planning Permission Replacement Houses Lawful Development Certificates
Agricultural Churches Sustainability and Green Building
Equestrian Conservation Commercial Architecture
Historic Buildings Rural land use