The practice is involved in high quality new buildings and refurbishment projects for both public and private clients. We have special expertise in designing low energy buildings, projects in historicsettings, urban parks and gardens and individual houses and extensions. Jeremy Stacey and Rhona Fleming have been working together in Norfolk since 1992 and have established a reputation for designing innovative contemporary architecture in both public and private sectors.
Since our company was founded in 1998 we have built up a strong local reputation for quality and craftsmanship, creating homes full of traditional style and character. All of our developments areindividual in character, but the high level of care and attention to detail always remains the same.
Andrew Fleet MCIAT is a practice of Chartered Architectural Technologist and Technicians working throughout East Anglia. We pride ourselves on providing a friendly and professional service, reinforcedby combined experience in excess of 50 years. Our work is buildable, functional and of great value. With our specialisms in the residential and equine sectors, why not give us a call today and find out how we can help you realise your visions.
We provide our Clients with extensive Architectural services including building design, Planning, Listed & Building Regulation Applications as well as project management and co-ordination. We work ona large variety of project sizes from small domestic extensions, one-off designed houses including barn conversions & housing developments to retail, commercial & industrial developments.
In addition to larger projects, Brown & Scarlett Chartered Architects will undertake: - Small works to residential properties such as extensions, loft conversions, conservatories, garages, alterationsetc, conversions of barns and design of one-off houses. Background of the practice: Long experience working with traditional buildings, Listed Buildings, barn conversions to residential and commercial use, planning matters for residential and commercial use in East Anglia.
Infinity Architects are contemporary sustainable architects from East Anglia based in Bury St. Edmunds. Infinity architects offers a leading RIBA chartered architectural service across East Anglia,including Suffolk, Essex, Norfolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and London.
With the planned retirement of Max Milburn after 50 years of business in Bury St Edmunds and the opportunity to sell our office at Crankles Corner for redevelopment, the remaining directors of MLTArchitects, Lionel Thurlow and Mark Savin, have decided to take this opportunity to establish their own independent architectural practices in Bury St Edmunds. We are delighted that all of the staff that you have been used to dealing with will be transferring to the respective successor businesses.
We provide design solutions for all residential architectural projects for clients, and freelance support to other professional design companies. Covering Cambridgeshire and Suffolk, DC Nichollsdesign services can offer advice and solutions for all stages of your project's development from inception to completion. We offer a personal response to meet your needs. Clear, concise, timely and more importantly a cost effective solution to your design requirements.
We are an architectural practice based on the Norfolk Suffolk Cambridgeshire border delivering design and project management expertise to the eastern region. Our work has ranged from simple homeextensions through mid-sized public buildings to detailed design proposals and planning permission for a £25M high rise office development in Central London. No matter the size of your project, we aim to add value from concept to completion.
HPN Ltd is a chartered architects and building surveyors practice based in Newmarket, Suffolk. Established in 1985, we provide a wide range of professional services including chartered buildingsurveying, project management, planning supervision, party wall surveying and expert witness work. We have worked extensively for major national and local house builders as well as government agencies.