Dental Practice Feasibility Study

Saving time, money and stress, a feasibility study for your dental surgery design, expansion, restoration or new premises can help you avoid the kind of mistakes that can cripple a practice.

Whether you are considering a re-plan, an extension or a full premises move, we at Paradigm have the skill, experience and ability to guide you to the right decision.

We work closely with the dental practice leader and key staff to identify the objectives, discuss the detail and unique demands of your practice, define the scope of schedules and budget and then find the best solution both in structure and economics.

In many cases moving premises is not a consideration or a necessity. In other circumstances it may be difficult for the practice leader to accurately assess the correct way forward. The first thing a feasibility study will do is point you in the right direction.

If the decision is ultimately to stay in your existing premises, we will advise you on the best way to run your practice while the work is carried out.

If the feasibility study clearly indicates the need for a move we will work with you stage by stage. We will help you assess the suitability of premises according to age, construction, location, services and costs. We will then explain how your requirements and preferences can be achieved, whilst ensuring all regulations and legal requirements are met.

Our comprehensive approach will cover issues such as dimensions and structure of building, applications to local authorities, building regulation approval, listed buildings and conservation, regulations relating to conservation of fuel and power, car parking, disability access, change of use and information gathering.

You can read more on our specialist services areas for planning applications, architectural advice and bespoke surgery design.

Whatever the needs of your project to improve or move your practice, our thorough feasibility study should be the first place you start.

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