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TPA are looking to hire an enthusiastic and talented Part I Architectural Assistant to join our team in Maidenhead, Berkshire. Your role will be to support senior staff on various projects, including site surveys, brief development, liaising with clients, planning applications, feasibility studies and design work. This role is a perfect opportunity for those who are looking to develop their professional skills.

Minimum requirements are:


Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture (or equivalent)

Competent with AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign and SketchUp.

Revit skills not essential but preferred.


To apply, please email your CV and portfolio (<10MB) to enquiries@tparch.co.uk



TPArchitects is seeking a Senior Architect with a minimum of 8 years’ experience, with excellent design skills, and planning and technical knowledge to join our exciting practice in Berkshire. Candidates should be enthusiastic and talented, looking for an opportunity to grow and develop within our expanding team.

The role will predominantly be small to large scale residential with the opportunity to work on a variety of other UK based sectors, ranging from mixed-use, educational, and data centres. Working across RIBA Stages 2 – 6.

Candidates should have a thorough understanding of AutoCAD and Revit. Applicants should have experience in Planning and Permitted Development Rights and residential construction drawings and detailing. The applicant will require drafting skills, written and spoken communication skills, we would envisage the right candidate to have 8+ years experience and have the ability to work autonomously.

Salary will be negotiable depending on experience. If you are interested in applying, please submit your CV and sample portfolio to enquiries@tparch.co.uk or apply via our LinkedIn Listing.





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The UK housing market is currently experiencing a boom following Rishi Sunak’s stamp duty holiday for properties up to £500,000. For our clients, the average stamp duty saving will be £15,000. Yet perhaps this incentive has been a little too successful – last month, the average cost of a house in the UK rose by over £3,000 as a result of the market hitting all-time record highs. So is moving now really the best option for you?

Last week, the first stage of the Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick’s shake up of the planning system took effect, with new permitted development rights allowing building upwards on existing buildings. It is now possible to extend your home upwards without the need for Planning Permission. This includes detached, semi-detached, terraced houses and even blocks of flats. Importantly there are no restrictions on properties in the Green Belt. Adding an additional storey to a property can increase its value by up to 30%, which is likely to be worth more than that saved with the stamp duty holiday.

It is important to be aware that some criteria must be met to ensure your proposal complies with the new relaxed legislation. If you are considering expanding your home and want to find out more about how it could make the most of this new legislation, call TPArchitects at 01628 412388 or email enquiries@tparch.co.uk.