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care, skill, experience

All projects begin with the need to understand the site, the setting, the building, the environment. This applies to all projects, not just those with a conservation bias. 


For conservation projects it is particularly important to understand the historic significance of the context before considering any design proposals.

Research to formulate an assessment of historic significance is the starting point. The design proposals can then be developed ensuring they do not adversely affect any historic significance.

As conservation accredited architects we are experienced in managing such requirements.  Follow the links below for additional information on our skills and accreditations.


All architects are required by law to be registered with the Architects Registration Board.  Find out more below...


Paul and Charlotte are chartered architects registered with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).  Find out more below...



As conservation architects we hold an AABC accreditation.  Follow the link below to find out more...



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