Bestriding Thorpe Cloud in Derbyshire last year, fending off a nose bleed after hitting heights unheard of in coastal Norfolk, I took a call.
Out of breath, I chatted social media and content with an architect.
The long and short of it was that I was asked to optimise and improve the content of his new website and write an evaluative report on the site and its social media accounts. Bank details were handed over and before I’d taken off my boots at the hillside car park, it was credited.
Now this meant the heat was on to check a website and social media whilst marooned in a Premier Inn in Leek (how the other half live eh?) with wife and children in tow.
I did it of course on iPad and iPhone over the next few days, and, as these things tend to develop, I was asked to write Design Access Statements some 10 months later.
The architect is an excellent bloke, who coached me patiently on the Design Access Statements, set me up with a company email and access to Asana.
The rest is history as they say.
I’m not an architect, obviously, but I am a property writer for the wider property industry and, from that initial phone call to checking flood risks, I enjoy writing those Design Access Statements.
Now if you’re a time-pushed architect with 12 page Design Access Statements that need improving or completing, to the highest level of accuracy with no factual inaccuracies, get in touch with me.
I’m becoming an expert on nearest schools, London stock brick, parapets, density of housing etc, and I can write these for you, whilst you’re acquiring and completing architectural projects.
I will save you time and money.
Drop me an email or call me today.
I’ll even call them DAS to show how clued up I am.