Land and Architectural Services


Land Experts on Your Doorstep

Land is such a key part of any development. Neil Greenway is a land and development project expert with an architecture background - a true all-rounder. He and his staff enjoy a remarkable track record finding the “sweet spot” of a project. There's no substitute for experience, and it’s a sought-after talent that sets DOMVS apart for:

  • Land sales and acquisitions
  • Development and re-development
  • Marketing
  • Single plots, greenfield and brownfield developments
  • Conversions and refurbishments
  • Independent advice at every stage
  • Feasibility studies to establish revenue opportunities and appraisals

“Extremely knowledgeable and someone I trusted. Neil's advice increased our margin and we appreciated his straight talking. Very refreshing!”
Mr E. Simmonds

And now Architectural Services are also on your doorstep as Barry Coupe has joined the team.....

Barry was the founding and senior partner of a successful architects practice with offices in East Anglia, London and Poole, specialising in commercial projects, retail, health care, education, residential and international hotels for clients such as Tesco, Waitrose, Nuffield Hospitals, British Airways, Holiday Inn, many national charities and more than 12 universities in the UK and mainland Europe.  He was also chairman of a project management company responsible for the complete management of building projects and contracting procedures.  Barry brings much experience from his responsibilities as a non-executive director, chairman and trustee of various organisations and charities.  His speciality in those roles is strategic planning and the non-executive lead for property, fundraising, and development.  The combination of all these skills makes Barry the ideal person to advise clients as a RIBA appointed Client Adviser on strategic planning, risk, brief-writing, appointment of the professional team and advising clients throughout the whole building procurement process.

What is the Role of a RIBA Client Advisor?

The role of a Client Advisor is to use their own extensive knowledge, gained in designing and delivering equivalent projects, and to help ensure the best quality result is achieved from the procurement process. The Royal Institute of British Architects appoint only people with those specific skills.

They do this by:

  • Assisting the client organisation in strategic decision-making
  • Stakeholder consultation
  • Developing the brief
  • Assisting in the Design Team appointment
  • Feasibility studies and appraisals
  • Acting as champion of quality of design
  • Assisting in the client understanding risks in the project
  • Acting as the client's agent to monitor both the design and construction process

The Client Adviser is there to help the client through an increasingly complex set of procedures, and to help them achieve a better outcome.

RIBA Client Advisers should be appointed as early as possible in any project.  Critical decisions are taken at the start of the process when the strategic advice of a RIBA Client Adviser can be most effective.

Neil Greenway

T: 01305 757300
E: Land & Architectural Services Enquiry


Barry Coupe

T: 01305 757300
E: Land & Architectural Services Enquiry