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Alterations + Additions

One and Half Storey Extension, Dunfermline


The existing garage was demolished to make way for the new construction. Blending the new extension into the existing was paramount to make this one work.

The extension incorporates a garage at low level and one bedroom with en-suite shower room to the upper level.

Garage Conversions, Dunfermline


A garage conversion has to be the single best way of creating additional living space within an existing dwelling.

A Building Warrant is always needed for this, but Planning Consent is seldom required.


With the average cost of a garage conversion being between £5,500 and £7,000, this is a quick, very cost effective way of creating an additional room.


Sunroom, South Queensferry


Sometimes conservatories are not enough!


The brief required a tastefully designed, airy and naturally well lit space to compliment the existing living room.

This new Sun Room enhances not only the existing dwelling but also the quality of life for those that inhabit this lovely home.


Two Storey Extension, Dalgety Bay


The challenge here was to construct the extension as close to the existing garage as possible in order to make the project viable in respect of the accommodation required.



Single Storey extension Dalgety Bay


A utility room that blends in and works well



Single Storey Extension, Edinburgh


When kids come along that can mean two things; move to a bigger house or make your house bigger!


This existing dwelling has a unique and beautiful design, so we didn’t want to destroy that. The new construction had to offer a large increase in family living space within a sensible budget, without alienating itself from the original house design.

Again modern materials were carefully selected and utilised to make both the new and existing become one.


Two Storey Extension , Dalgety Bay


This particular project was very pleasing to be involved with.


The demolition of the existing double garage and construction of the new two storey extension completely transformed the whole look of the dwelling providing a large, spacious, modern and comfortable home.


Traditionaly Built Home Extension, Aberdour Fife

This particular project makes it all worthwhile!

It’s not that often a client’s brief includes the use of truly traditional materials.

The outer façade was built using locally sourced and selected sandstone, constructed using traditional building methods.
The new kitchen, Dining and utility room extension was commissioned to make this beautiful, traditionally built home into a stunning (less spatially challenged!) home.

Once again we can see that, if tastefully done, the new can flow, flawlessly into the existing.


Extension to Tower House, North Queensferry


This was always going to be a challenge as the original design by a previous Architect was refused planning after consultation with both Scottish Heritage and the local community.

Reportech revived consultations with all interested parties in order to help the client achieve the extra space that was so badly needed.

Tower House sits on the pier at North Queensferry, and so weather was just another challenge to overcome in terms of the design of the new North facing extension to the West of the existing tower.

Planning consent was duly granted and the new extension was completed in 2007 and sits remarkably at ease along side the old tower.



One and half Storey Extension, Scottish Borders




The brief was to provide a massive injection of living space!


With a large amount of garden space around the existing property it was easy to accommodate. Planning permission was achieved without a fuss.