A personalised, professional, building control service to both the private and commercial sectors regardless of size and monetary value
MC Plan & Site Services work closely with you on internal alterations, extensions, conversions, and new builds, offering a cost-effective, efficient professional service for all customers.
As one of the leading Approved Inspectors in the South, MC Plan & Site Services, work with small, medium and large-scale developers
MC Plan & Site Services work alongside commercial clients on a regular basis, offering their services for all types of commercial units.
Our fully trained members of staff, are able to give expert advice on extensive fire risk assessments tailored to the clients business requirements
For those undertaking conversions and new builds, MC Plan & Site Services provide an Auditing Service for companies who can provide a 10 Year Structural and Latent Defects Insurance Policy.
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The Prime Minister is expediting radical reforms to the planning system, permitting town centre vacant buildings to be converted to housing. These changes are aimed at a more efficient approach to correctly reflect the changes in society over the past seventy years and the Government will more...
Mark Cook, MD of MC Plan and Site Services Ltd, said: “Since Grenfell there have been some changes to the Building Regulations, and these continue at a regular pace.
MC Plan and Site Services Ltd are delighted to sign off this new build property on land adjacent to the Main Street in Martinstown in rural Dorset.
In light of the current preventative measures being enforced to control the spread of COVID-19, we at MC Plan & Site Services Ltd would like to assure all of our clients that we are conducting business as usual.
An interesting news article published by Advantage this week.
Works have started at 'The Brewery' in Dorchester.
Dr Dave Smith, export manager of the Fire Industry Association, looks at the changing landscape for competency in the wake of the Grenfell disaster and Dame Judith Hackitt’s review of fire safety and the Building Regulations
The recent decline of UK construction industry output looks like it might be coming to an end.