Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. Did you have any written quotation or agreement with you in respect of the work he has done for you?
In that case there is no contractual basis upon which he should charge you more, unless you agreed to it verbally in advance of him changing the plans.
I would suggest you send him a letter before action now asking him to produce the new drawing or to refund you the amount of money you originally paid. You should give him 7 days to respond, if he fails to respond you can issue proceedings in the county court.
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Hi no the terminology is peculiar, if the intention was that you would be charged for ongoing work it should have been clearly set out in the agreement or you should have been told in advance hat the charges would be.
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