Planning a residential build project with Evey Dunbavin-Hands

Ref: K1D13651

Location: London
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About this course

Understanding the build process and regulations is crucial when taking on the responsibility of a project coordinator.

Course Description

This course will provide an understanding of best practices when planning an interior design-build to ensure your project flows smoothly from brief to final delivery.

This course covers the paperwork, activities, and legislation you are likely to encounter when turning your designs into reality.

Topics covered:

Project planning

Project personnel

Building trade contracts

Building works estimates and quotations

Building control regulations: Building notice, Party wall legislation, and listed buildings

Finding and dealing with build trades and contractors

Building trade insurance

Preparing a tender document

This one-day course is the notional fourth in the KLC Interior Business Skills series. These Business Skills courses can be taken independently, or in any order you wish, but this is our suggested order:

Setting up Your Interior Design Business

Managing Your Interior Design Accounts and Clients

Interior Design Project Pricing and Contracts

Planning a Residential Build Project

Coordinating and Overseeing a Residential Build Project


This course takes place in London.

9.30am arrival on the day.

Teaching hours 10.00am - 4.00pm

Course Materials

Additional information

Breakfast refreshments and a delicious light lunch will be provided. While a vegetarian option is made available, we are unable to cater to specific food intolerances or food allergies.


Evey Dunbavin-Hands

Having studied Textiles & Fashion at Central Saint Martin’s School of Art and Design, Evey built a career in Fashion and Advertising, then went on to retrain as an Interior Designer at the KLC School of Design.

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