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Planning Advice Note 68: Design Statements

Published: 18 Aug 2003
Part of:
Building, planning and design
ISBN:
0-7559-0862-7

Explains what a design statement is, why it is a useful tool, when it is required and how it should be prepared and presented.

26 page PDF

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26 page PDF

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Planning Advice Note 68: Design Statements
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26 page PDF

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Planning Advice Note 68: Design Statements

2. Illustrations

Illustrations must be easy to interpret and relate clearly to the text. They can consist of a mixture of photographs, sketches, figure/ground diagrams, photomontages, concept diagrams, computer-based images and artists' impressions. The applicant may also submit models or photographs of models to illustrate certain aspects of the design. The aim is to explain the design approach, not to duplicate submitted copies of the drawings accompanying the application. The scale and format of the images will often depend on the required level of detail.

analysisconcept

Aerial location of the site

Site plan and orientation

Aerial location of the site

Site plan and orientation

Site history

Existing buildings

Site history

Existing buildings

Figure ground diagram showing the spatial pattern of the area

Views

Figure ground diagram showing the
spatial pattern of the area

Views

Massing

Connections

Massing

Connections

Proposed elevation showing listed facade

Landscape framework

Proposed elevation showing listed facade

Landscape framework

Sketch plan

Section drawing showing internal layout

Axonometric showing perspective

Sketch plan

Section drawing showing
internal layout

Axonometric showing perspective

Use of models

Artist's impression

Computer-generated image

Use of models

Artist's impression

Computer-generated image


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