Based in North Derbyshire, a client has received over £30,000 in R&D tax credits for a two year claim, bringing the total to over £59,000. The company offers a broad range of urban design and architectural services for an array of clients.

Constant research and development is carried out on a tool that enables products visualisations of exterior and interior environments. This is in effort of winning prospective clients who are able to clearly see the aesthetics of their future project. The innovative tool is developed in-house and the company take on the risk of research and development. This has required a significant amount of intense trialling and problem solving.