The Big Build Project aims to raise £250,000 to purchase a house to transform daily life for Caz Dickinson and her family. This is the first partnership of its kind and a very important milestone.

Dhiran is an experienced architect and he and his team will play a vital role in helping Caz regain her independence in the purchased house which will be designed and adapted to best suit her needs.

Dhiran Vagdia, Director of Vagdia and Holmes said: “The main reason we got involved with the Big Build Project was to help. We regularly take on projects that require a special set of spaces to allow occupants to move around the home with more ease. Caz’s situation is obviously very rare and it’s great that EIC are in a position to help her and her family, thanks to the kind donations they receive. We can’t wait to get involved and get started!”

Once the house has been purchased, Dhiran and his team will focus on stakeholder engagement and work with Caz and her family to discuss the design brief. Following this, the focus will be on obtaining planning permission and designing and testing various solutions to see what best suits the family.

Claire Shelton, Programme Manager of the Big Build Project said: “We decided to go into partnership with Dhiran as he’s highly experienced in disability adaptions, has great communication skills and is so passionate about what he does. What’s more, Dhiran is a family man and appreciates how much this will mean to Caz and her family. He is also local and that was really important to us as ideally, we want to keep business within the Coventry and Warwickshire area. Currently, we are trying to locate a suitable property in the area, so that we can begin renovation immediately.”

The aim is to have this new house fully renovated and ready for Caz and her family to move in by Summer 2019. The Charity has raised over £160,000 to date thanks to support from the industry. If you would like to help Big Build Project you can donate here or if you would like to become a partner please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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