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Saira Hussain: A Young Entrepreneur Builds Her Own Door </b></h2><p>Featured in: <a href="http://thestoryexchange.org/saira-hussain/">http://thestoryexchange.org/saira-hussain/</a></p><p>Name: Saira Hussain</p><p>Business: <a href="http://www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk/">Hussain Architectural Design Ltd</a>, an architectural design firm</p><p>Industry: <a href="http://thestoryexchange.org/category/industries/housing-realestate/">Housing, Construction & Real Estate</a></p><p>Location: Manchester, England</p><p>Reason for starting: When I graduated it was in the midst of the recession in the UK and, like the quote reads, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Being an architectural designer, I decided to do just that.</p><p>How do you define success? There is no secret to success, success is the result of hard work, consistency, commitment, preparation and learning through failure.</p><p>Biggest Success: I have been nominated for over 15 awards in the last few years, including The Duke of Gloucester Awards, Red Rose Awards, English Asian Business Awards, and HAD has recently won two awards (Including Innovation in Urban Design Projects) in the Architecture and Engineering categories for Build Magazine.</p><p>Some of the highlights have been things such as interviews for BBC Apprentice along with being invited to take part in a Property developing program on ITV. One of our houses just recently featured on BBC House that 100k built.</p><p>What is your top challenge and how have you addressed it? I was always told that the construction industry was “no place for a woman,” and I understand that women make up only 11% of the industry, facing massive barriers on a daily basis. However I feel both the image and culture of construction is slowly changing, and as a woman I will continue to work towards fighting for better conditions and more flexible working policies that allow both men and women with other responsibilities to work within the industry. I’ve recently started to carry out design classes/talks in schools and colleges to encourage young females to join the industry.</p><p>

Who is your most important role model? My mum. All her life she worked so hard so me and my siblings would have everything we needed to achieve our goals. In the architecture world, Zaha Hadid! Without a doubt. The greatest female architect that ever lived/lives! Also the first woman to win RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal.</p><p>

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Saira Hussain: A Young Entrepreneur Builds Her Own Door 

Featured in: http://thestoryexchange.org/saira-hussain/

Name: Saira Hussain

Business: Hussain Architectural Design Ltd, an architectural design firm

Industry: Housing, Construction & Real Estate

Location: Manchester, England

Reason for starting: When I graduated it was in the midst of the recession in the UK and, like the quote reads, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” Being an architectural designer, I decided to do just that.

How do you define success? There is no secret to success, success is the result of hard work, consistency, commitment, preparation and learning through failure.

Biggest Success: I have been nominated for over 15 awards in the last few years, including The Duke of Gloucester Awards, Red Rose Awards, English Asian Business Awards, and HAD has recently won two awards (Including Innovation in Urban Design Projects) in the Architecture and Engineering categories for Build Magazine.

Some of the highlights have been things such as interviews for BBC Apprentice along with being invited to take part in a Property developing program on ITV. One of our houses just recently featured on BBC House that 100k built.

What is your top challenge and how have you addressed it? I was always told that the construction industry was “no place for a woman,” and I understand that women make up only 11% of the industry, facing massive barriers on a daily basis. However I feel both the image and culture of construction is slowly changing, and as a woman I will continue to work towards fighting for better conditions and more flexible working policies that allow both men and women with other responsibilities to work within the industry. I’ve recently started to carry out design classes/talks in schools and colleges to encourage young females to join the industry.

Who is your most important role model? My mum. All her life she worked so hard so me and my siblings would have everything we needed to achieve our goals. In the architecture world, Zaha Hadid! Without a doubt. The greatest female architect that ever lived/lives! Also the first woman to win RIBA’s Royal Gold Medal.

Website   www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk
Twitter   https://twitter.com/Hussain_Arch
Facebook   https://www.facebook.com/Hussain-Architectural-Design-Ltd-167398226660874/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel

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Finalist: Service to Creativity & Technology


Finalist: Service to Creativity & Technology

October 18, 2015

HAD were finialist of the British Muslim Awards 2015.

The evening was one of recognition; celebrating the great success of innovations that are shaping our world for a more sustainable future and the business achievements of entrepreneurs from the business community based throughout England. Accolades included Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year and Young Achiever of the Year, amongst many others.

Amongst the awards presented on the evening Hussain Architectural Design were finialist in the service to creativity and technology category.

Among the high profile attendees and business personalities were Zaha Hadid, Politician Sajid Javed, James Caan from Dragon’s Den and many more.

“It was a fantastic evening and a great pleasure to be amongst some truly inspiring individuals. Congratulations to all the winners and finalist and we thank all the attendees and partners for their continuing support to grow the event year on year” commented Operations Director of event organisers.

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<p>Hussain Architectural Design Ltd are Finalists in the British Muslim Awards 2016</p><p>Hussain Architectural Design Ltd is proud to announce that they have been named finalists in the</p><p>British Muslim Awards in the “Services to Creativity and technology” category. </p><p>Hussain Architectural Design has been running since 2011, and has expanded their business to Burnley, Huddersfield, Blackburn, Manchester, and London.</p><p><br/></p><p>The British Muslim Awards presented by Al Rayan Bank aim to acknowledge and honour a wide </p><p>range of achievements which cover various aspects of society including business, charity, sport, arts </p><p>and culture and much more. The evening will be one of celebration, reflecting the significant role </p><p>that British Muslims have in society.</p><p>The awards ceremony will be held on the 28th January 2016 at The Paragon Hotel.</p><p>Reacting to this announcement, practise manager Saira Hussain said: ‘We have been finalist at the </p><p>British Muslim Awards for three years running now, it is a huge honour to be shortlisted and we’re </p><p>hoping for a win!’ </p><p>Practice manager, Nixie Edwards also said: “it’s overwhelming to see passion, time, and effort get </p><p>noticed. We’re really proud to be part of this industry, and love to find architectural solutions to the </p><p>challenges that our clients may face.”</p><p>To find out more about Hussain Architectural Design Ltd, you can visit our website at:</p><p><a href="http://www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk">www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk</a> or by calling: 0161 327 2529.</p>

Hussain Architectural Design Ltd are Finalists in the British Muslim Awards 2016

Hussain Architectural Design Ltd is proud to announce that they have been named finalists in the

British Muslim Awards in the “Services to Creativity and technology” category.

Hussain Architectural Design has been running since 2011, and has expanded their business to Burnley, Huddersfield, Blackburn, Manchester, and London.


The British Muslim Awards presented by Al Rayan Bank aim to acknowledge and honour a wide

range of achievements which cover various aspects of society including business, charity, sport, arts

and culture and much more. The evening will be one of celebration, reflecting the significant role

that British Muslims have in society.

The awards ceremony will be held on the 28th January 2016 at The Paragon Hotel.

Reacting to this announcement, practise manager Saira Hussain said: ‘We have been finalist at the

British Muslim Awards for three years running now, it is a huge honour to be shortlisted and we’re

hoping for a win!’

Practice manager, Nixie Edwards also said: “it’s overwhelming to see passion, time, and effort get

noticed. We’re really proud to be part of this industry, and love to find architectural solutions to the

challenges that our clients may face.”

To find out more about Hussain Architectural Design Ltd, you can visit our website at:

www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk or by calling: 0161 327 2529.

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<p>Hussain Architectural Design Ltd - Blackburn 2015</p><p><a href="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hussain-Architectural-Design-Ltd/167398226660874"></a></p><p><a href="https://twitter.com/hussain_arch"></a></p><p><a href="https://plus.google.com/103098870487116092689/posts"></a></p><p><br/></p><p>Architecture</p><p>Building surveying<br/>Interior Design & Fit-Out<br/>Urban Design & Planning<br/>Masterplanning<br/>Project Management<br/>Planning Consultancy</p><p>Construction</p><p>Branding</p><p>Campaign</p><p>Print</p><p>Web</p><p> CONTACT</p><p>01254 492018<br/>info@hussaindesigns.co.uk <br/>Hussain Architectural Design Ltd<br/>69 Plane St<br/>Blackburn</p><p>BB1 6LR</p>

Hussain Architectural Design Ltd - Blackburn 2015


Architecture

Building surveying
Interior Design & Fit-Out
Urban Design & Planning
Masterplanning
Project Management
Planning Consultancy

Construction

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Campaign

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CONTACT

01254 492018
info@hussaindesigns.co.uk
Hussain Architectural Design Ltd
69 Plane St
Blackburn

BB1 6LR

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Planning permission for day nurseries

Hours of operation Clients will not need planning permission to use a building as a Nursery, as long as the current use is lawfully within the D1 use class. 

When checking that the building use is lawful, clients should at the same time check to see if there are any planning conditions, preventing or restricting the use of the building. Examples of these conditions may include:

  • Limits on opening hours
  • Limiting the use of premises to one specific D1 use, such as a Doctors Surgery, but prohibiting changes to any other uses within the D1 class
  • Planning permission that has expired i.e in three years

Most Nursery proposals will require planning permission as they would be more likely to alter the character of the building and produce an impact on the area. 

The following issues provide a brief outline of what could be required in order to comply with planning legislation:

- Travel, parking and visitors

- Noise

-  Numbers of children

-  Outdoor play areas

-  Hours of operation

-  Council Policies

If you would like advice on your project please email: info@hussaindesigns.co.uk

www.hussaindesigns.co.uk 


We cover all areas throughout the UK

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Here we go… Planning meetings, 2 new jobs to start, 4 completed and new website up! www.hussainarchitecture.co.uk

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