Single-Storey Extension in HammersmithContemporary Kitchen, London

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cymagical wrote:4 November 2018

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    Amanda Pollard added this to How to Cut the Cost of Your Extension Project9 October 2018

    Communicate clearlyGeorgie stresses the importance of communication throughout your extension project. “In my opinion, this is the most crucial point,” she says. “Communication needs to be open and transparent. You want to understand every step, and any potential unavoidable deviations from the original plan.”If you’ve employed a project manager, they need to “clearly understand your thought process and react to your changing needs,” she adds. “Any changes normally impact on the budget, so they need to be discussed and agreed in writing.” Her advice is to be proactive and inquisitive throughout your project. “Check in frequently, and don’t be afraid to question things,” she says. “This is your extension.”

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    Ian McLoughlin added this to My ideas1 November 2020

    Kitchen extension and layout for Brookwood

    Steve Carnell added this to steve_carnell_tab's ideas18 August 2020

    One wall units and island. Could work against next doors wall.

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