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Homeplan Designs, Lytham Design Firm, Starts New Rest Home Extension Project

September 13, 2012

Chris Sinkinson of Homeplan Designs, an architecture consultancy firm in Lancashire, begins design of a rest home extension. It will provide more capacity so the owner can accommodate clients currently on a waiting list.

Lytham, Lancashire (PRWEB) September 12, 2012

Lancashire home designer Chris Sinkinson has commenced work on another project for one of his long-standing clients. Sinkinson will be extending one of the existing rest homes to provide extra bedrooms with all the required ancillary facilities. He was a natural choice for this project based on his lengthy experience designing rest home expansions.

This is what Chris had to say about extending rest homes:

“I urge other rest home and nursing home owners to consider this option of extending their existing properties, rather than looking at buying another rest home. We would be able to advise you on the expansion viability of any ℠new´ rest homes you might be considering purchasing as well as advise you on whether a ℠new build´ rest home could gain the planning permission needed to be built on the land you may be considering to buy.”

Chris Sinkinson is the head designer and owner of Homeplan Designs. They specialize in the planning and design of rest and nursing homes in Northwest England, as well as working on residential extensions, remodels and new build projects.

One of the main reasons Chris was chosen for this rest home extension was that he and his client work very well together. In the past Chris would visit the properties his client was thinking of purchasing to determine if they were in reasonable condition and if in fact they had the scope to be expanded. His client feels he has more than enough rest homes to manage on his own, but he is still getting numerous inquiries from people who would like to become residents of his excellent facilities. These people would go on his already long waiting list, because he simply has not had the rooms available to accommodate all of the people who wanted to live there.

This is why he made the wise decision of contacting Chris to see if his existing facilities could be expanded, and done so with very high standards. When walking into a new section of one of the buildings, his client wants it to feel like entering an upmarket hotel, not a hospital wing.

Many of his client´s rest home acquisitions over the years had been acquired with the thought of a possible future extension. This means that there is definitely scope to provide floor layout designs which should be approved by the relevant council planning departments. Chris has produced a layout scheme for the first rest home extension, which will be taken through the planning process. He looks forward to working on his client’s other properties.

About Homeplan Designs

Chris Sinkinson is the owner of Homeplan Designs, an Architectural Consultancy Firm in Lytham, Lancashire. Homeplan Designs undertakes all types of Domestic, Shopfitting & Commercial projects in the Northwest of England and throughout the UK. He can be contacted for advice on the possibilities of extending a rest home or nurse home.

Chris Sinkinson can be reached at:

Homeplan Designs

9 East Beach, Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire FY8 5EY, United Kingdom

+44 1253 737724 “‚ +44 1253 732347 (Fax) “‚ +44 7971 293182 (Mobile)

“žhttp://homeplan-designs.com

Email: chris(at)homeplan-designs(dot)com

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