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Planning permission granted for Rescue Me Animal Sanctuary

We are very happy to report that planning permission has been granted for a new cattery and kennelling facility for Rescue Me Animal Sanctuary. Operating a fostering service, Rescue Me runs in a slightly different way from standard rehoming centres. This means that they only need a small amount of kennels and cat pens in

Planning permission approved for extension to Henlow Veterinary practice

Back in 2016 we started working for Henlow Vets and by April 2017 they had their new veterinary practice. Now, three years on, the business has been doing so well that they are ready to expand again! With the adjoining convenience store shutting down, Henlow vets have the perfect space available to expand into. Planning

Westover Vets moving in!

We are pleased to announce that Westover Vets are now in the process of moving into their new purpose-built practice! This project has not been without its hurdles (including contamination, planning issues and COVID implications) but we and our clients are very pleased with the end result. We wish Westover Vets all the very best

We’ve contributed to a new book!

We’re pleased to announce that we have been working with Dr Sagi Denenberg, one of the few Veterinary Psychiatrists in the UK, to assist in his new book ‘Small Animal Veterinary Psychiatry’. “Problem behaviours are often the result of how an animal thinks and feels, genetics, and environmental influences. Steering away from just description diagnoses

Update from ACD regarding COVID-19 Update from ACD regarding COVID-19

Update from ACD regarding COVID-19

The World has certainly changed a lot since our last post at the end of March. It has been a surreal experience for us all; trying to adapt to the ‘new normal’ whilst keeping positive and, of course, keeping our clients’ projects moving forward. Some of our team are now back in the office, with

ACD Projects update regarding COVID-19 ACD Projects update regarding COVID-19

ACD Projects update regarding COVID-19

In light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and recent Government advice, we want to take this opportunity to reassure you of our continuing effort to keep things running as smoothly as possible. We at ACD pride ourselves in being highly proactive and cooperative, and wish to keep up our level of professionalism throughout this difficult

New article in Vet Times!

Have you seen our latest article in the Veterinary Times magazine? If not, make sure you have a read on their website: https://www.vettimes.co.uk/article/practice-made-perfect-designing-your-dream-with-acd-projects/

We’re attending BSAVA 2020

We’re pleased to announce that we will, once again, be attending BSAVA Congress. This year the exhibition will be held on the 2nd – 4th April. If you’re thinking of expanding your existing veterinary practice, or starting afresh with a new-build, make sure you come and meet our team at stand D28.

RSPCA Isle of Wight Grand Re-opening

We’re proud to be attending the grand re-opening of the animal centre at the RSPCA Godshill Animal Centre, Merstone, Isle of Wight. Following our involvement with the project, consisting of new build, major renovation and extension, the animal centre now offers greatly improved cat intake and rehoming services, excellent facilities for the care of wildlife,

Archway Vets – Runner-up in the BVHA Design Awards 2019

Last Friday we were delighted to attend the BVHA practice Design Awards Luncheon along with our clients, Jeremy and Mandy Voakes, from Archway Veterinary Practice. This is always a great competition, promoting excellence in veterinary practice and design, and this year proved no exception. Archway was entered into the Conversion category and we were very

London Vet Show – Stand F53

It’s that time again! Our team will be at the London Vet Show and we’d love to speak to you if you’re thinking of building a new veterinary practice, or if you just want to improve what you’ve got! Alex will also be speaking at the following sessions so please do come, listen and ask