Unfortunately I'm not around to open my door for the Simon Open Door Day on May 14th & 15th this year. However, if anyone would like a consultation and can't make those dates either I am happy to facilitate on alternative dates and we can send off your cheque to Simon at the session. More details on this year's Simon Open Door Day below.
Simon Communities of Ireland work with people who experience homelessness and housing exclusion in Ireland. Simon has a vision of society where no one is homeless. All people who are homeless, or at risk of facing homelessness, are given every opportunity to realise their potential to live fulfilled lives in appropriate homes of their own.
The annual Simon Open Door event takes place over Saturday and Sunday, 14th and 15th May 2016. Members of the public can now book a consultation with a RIAI Registered Architect by signing up at www.simonopendoor.ie. The donation of €70.00 will go directly to the Simon Community of Ireland as all Architects are giving their time and expertise for free.
Monies raised through the Simon Open Door campaign will go directly to assist some of the most vulnerable people in our society, those without a place to call home.
You can sign up for an appointment by contacting Paul Mulhern directly HERE or with other registered Architects at www.simonopendoor.ie. As mentioned above this might suit those who can't make the 14th/15th May dates and we can send off your cheque to Simon at the session.
Read Testimonials about the Simon Open Door.
You can expect general advice on:
- Options and ideas for extending and renovating your home - or building a new house
- Architect’s fees and services
- Information on building costs including VAT
- Discussion on building materials likely to be used
- Planning requirements or Exempted Development from Planning
- The documents that will be used for planning; tenders; and building contracts
Here are some other useful links:
- What to bring on the Day
- Top ten questions to ask your Architect
- Top tips From RIAI Architects
- Working with your Architect
- What should you think about before you start your project?
Best regards, Paul.
SPACIOUS Architects. Co. Dublin