Practice Overview

Under the direction of Richard Griffiths, the practice has established a leading reputation for the repair and creative adaptation of historic buildings to accommodate new or extended uses, and for the design of new buildings that respond sensitively to their historic context. The practice is especially noted for its approach to the layering of historic buildings, revealing and celebrating the various historic layers, and adding a distinctive new layer to serve present and future needs in a holistic and sustainable manner.

The practice carries out work in all aspects of the historic environment, including the preparation of Condition Surveys, Conservation Plans and Development Plans, and has an excellent record of obtaining grant aid from the Heritage Lottery Fund and other major funders. 25 years’ experience in managing conservation projects, accreditation in architectural conservation (AABC), and certification under ISO9001 and 14001, ensure that the highest of standards of quality, time and cost control are maintained at all times.

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