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Architects provide a variety of services including drawing plans for an extension, applying for planning permission, supervising a project, or designing a new build. When mistakes are made they are often expensive and time consuming to put right. You will probably have invested a lot of time and money into your property project, whether it is your home or business premises. Naturally you rely on your architect to deliver a proper service. There are professional codes of conduct which a qualified architect must not breach. If your architect has failed to deliver work to a legally acceptable standard and / or has broken an important term of your contract with them then you may be entitled to compensation. A qualified architect will almost certainly have insurance cover to meet your claim. We can help if your claim has arisen in the last 6 years except in limited cases where there has been latent (hidden) damage.

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Do you have a claim?

Typical scenarios are where your architect has:

● Provided incorrect advice.

● Prepared inadequate plans or project preparation.

● Failed to oversee a project correctly.

● Failed to keep a project within budget.

● Wrongly specified materials.

However, there are lots of other situations where action can be taken; and our friendly, knowledgeable specialists will quickly help establish if you have a possible claim depending on your individual circumstances.

What does the Law require?

To win your case we need to establish that:

● The architect owed a duty to you.

● That there was a failure to provide the services in a way which could reasonably be expected and;

• That as a direct result you have suffered a financial loss.


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