Salisbury Passive House
Spaces To Live
Everyone has a different idea of what a space to live should look like. At Footprint Architects, we take time to understand your vision, but we’ll also share our ideas and years of expertise, so the end result is something better than you could have possibly imagined.
Embracing your unique brief
From restoring a Grade II listed farmhouse to designing accommodation for ex-service personnel, no two projects are ever the same for us. However, we know how to overcome the common challenges you might face along the way.
Whatever your brief, we’ll focus on providing sustainable solutions and passive house standards to create a home for the future, while sticking to your budget and timelines.
Expertise in building homes
Passive house buildings
Low-cost residential developments
Low-Energy Eco Homes
Contemporary New Builds
Affordable Housing and Apartments
Conservation and Refurbishment of Grade Listed Buildings
Residential Community Developments
News and Insights
How To Get Planning Permission
Our Free Guide To The Planning Process
Before you approach the process of extending or building your dream home, we recommend you read our planning guide; it gives a brief overview of what you can expect in regards to approaching your project. We might be a bit biased, but we think its a great place to start.
How much will my project cost?
the specification of interior finishes and fixtures, which could double the cost of your project from a house of standard specification
abnormal site conditions – ground conditions, site access, drainage, tree roots etc.
legal and professional fees (including the cost of borrowing) and surveys
renewable energy investment
How do I get planning permission?
We have a 100% approval rate of planning applications in Dorset and Hampshire and have built great relationships with the planning officers as a result. Our great record of successful applications means we understand how to approach the process, but as with every project, the process differs from scheme to scheme. If you would like to know more about the planning process, we have put together a brief guide for you. You can download this above, or follow the link below.
Why do I need an architect?
An architect can see potential in every project where others may not. We pride ourselves on identifying small details that will make a difference to your project and guide you through the planning, design and construction process. We add value to projects big and small, maximising the functionality, sustainability and enjoyment of spaces.
Do you work with listed buildings and projects in conservation areas and national parks?
Yes! We have a very successful planning approval rate, including success in the green belt and the New Forest National Park. We were also awarded the Winner of the New Forest National Park Building Design Awards 2019 for Best Conservation to a listed farm house.