The Building Conservation Directory 2024

13 CATHEDRAL COMMUNICATIONS THE BUILDING CONSERVATION DIRECTORY 2024 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 ARCHITECTS ◼ A R P ANTHONY RICHARDSON AND PARTNERS 31 Oval Road, London NW1 7EA Tel 020 7485 0991 Email ARCHITECTS: A R P Anthony Richardson and Partners offers a service for the repair and alteration of old buildings and sites. ◼ A R P L ARCHITECTS 11 Wellington Square, Ayr, Scotland KA7 1EN Tel 01292 289777 Fax 01292 288896 Email CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS: The firm has a long tradition of conservation works to historic buildings and scheduled ancient monuments. ARPL is currently handling a wide variety of projects throughout Scotland, from Orkney to Galloway and throughout the Western Isles involving structures which date from the 12th to 20th centuries. Clients include the Church of Scotland, NTS, BPTs, local and national authorities along with private individuals. The firm maintains close working relationships with specialist engineers, archaeologists, conservators and consultants. Rebecca Cadie has attained RIAS conservation accreditation at an advanced level. ◼ ADAM ARCHITECTURE Old Hyde House, 75 Hyde Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 7DW Tel 01962 843843 Email ARCHITECTS: Adam Architecture has an established reputation for extending, adapting, and restoring historic properties and estates around the UK. The practice’s approach ensures any intervention is the result of a well-considered design and research processes, adopted specifically to preserve and enhance the building fabric for future generations, while incorporating potential for reduced carbon footprint and holistic sustainability. Adam Architecture’s expertise covers private estates, single buildings, and smaller more intricate refurbishments. It offers a full range of services from initial site assessments, informing feasibility studies and concept option appraisals alongside historical research and justification within statutory applications, to managing the delivery on site. See also: display entry on this page. ◼ ANOTHERKIND ARCHITECTS Suite 5 Bingham Enterprise Centre, Mercia Court, Bingham, Nottinghamshire NG13 8QX Tel 01949 21100 Email CONSERVATION ARCHITECTS AND DESIGNERS: “It’s the beautiful alchemy of space and life colliding that makes a space, a place. We make grand plans for them to come together, creating progressive, sustainable, life-affirming places. Great places, designed for life.” This RIBA chartered practice is brimming with forward-thinking, awardwinning architects, technologists and other alternatively, talented staff. Anotherkind is more than a name, it’s a mission. Curiosity, playfulness, and a can-do attitude are qualities it truly values. Conservation accreditations underpins the practice. It is adept at managing complex repairs, grant aided works, finding new uses for old buildings, recycling rather than demolishing, and retrofitting for a sustainable future. See also: display entry on page 14. ◼ BATES ZAMBELLI CHARTERED ARCHITECTS 30 Conewood Street, London N5 1DL Tel 07967 563853 Email ARCHITECTS, PLANNING AND HISTORIC BUILDING CONSULTANTS, PROJECT MANAGERS AND SAFETY CONSULTANTS: Bates Zambelli designs high quality, innovative buildings and offers conservation, architecture and urban design. The company believes the interrelationship of building and setting is important and that the historic fabric of our towns and countryside is precious. With extensive experience from medieval to 20th century buildings including churches, country houses and listed secular public buildings, Bates Zambelli undertakes feasibility studies, historic research, conservation management plans, sympathetic repairs, extension and remodelling of listed buildings and new design in a historic context. It also offers in-house planning consultancy, development advice and CDM consultancy. Sherry Bates is AABC registered. ◼ BUTLER HEGARTY ARCHITECTS LTD Unit 3.2, Islington Studios, 159–163 Marlborough Road, London N19 4NF Tel 020 7263 8933 Email ARCHITECTS: Butler Hegarty Architects Ltd is an award-winning practice with over 20 years’ experience in conservation, ranging from small-scale alterations to Grade I listed buildings, through to the assessment and repair of large complex historic structures. The practice prioritises careful consideration of clients’ needs and complements this with a thorough understanding of their buildings and the craft techniques used to create them. Gary Butler is AABC accredited and is an RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect. 01962 843843 Restoring, remodelling, and extending historic properties and estates around the UK