Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 6 May 2015

Charity builds on scheme

Action Cancer has joined with neighbouring architects, McCann Moore, on the Lisburn Road, in a new promotion to help people make the most of their home.

The idea is simple — for a suggested minimum donation of £40 to Action Cancer, an architect provides a one hour consultation to discuss ideas and give advice.

This is the second year the scheme has been in place and in 2009 over £1400 was raised for the charity. There is no obligation and the entire donation supports Action Cancer.

Paul Moore, of McCann Moore, said: “Many people are desperate for more space for their growing families but simply cannot afford to move. An architect can give inspiration for an extension, new kitchen or just make better use of the space you have. ‘Improve Don’t Move’ allows people to discuss their ideas with an architect with no obligation.

“An architect can offer creativity, show you how to improve the value of your home and show you where not to waste money.”

For more information on the ‘initiative see, or call Paul Moore on 07745 020 854 or Donna McConnell on 9080 3343 or via email at

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