The Design Partnership (Ely)
The Design Partnership (Ely) Ltd is a multidisciplinary company of designers, quantity surveyors, project managers and architectural technicians based in Cambridgeshire. We work predominantly in the
Portess & Richardson
The practice was established in 1938 by John Portess and Frederick Richardson and was originally located in Peterborough's Cathedral Square. The current practice consists of a multidisciplinary team,
J J & J Hartley
There was a time when architecture was the exclusive province of the very rich, but with the advent of foreign travel and television design programmes, more and more people are aspiring to creativity
PDG Architects
PDG Architects Ltd is the natural progression and evolution of Peterborough Design Group which was established in 1988 and provides architectural services to both the private and public sector.
Accent & Wilkinson
Welcome to the Accent & Wilkinson website where you can view our range of services from initial sketch designs right through to architecture, planning, landscaping and building regulations. Accent &
Sisco Architecture
At SISCO we believe in good architecture and design. We are a young, modern and hi-tech architectural practice in Cambridgeshire that values customer service, attention to detail and being friendly
Jefferson Sheard Architects
Jefferson Sheard Architects have a strong team of expert architects, technologists, interior and landscape designers with a great range of experience and the ability to bring a joined up approach to
Andrew Fleet
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, reinforced
Richard C F Waite
Richard C F Waite Chartered Architect is a family run practice with over 50 years experience in most types of building projects. We undertake architectural design of listed buildings, new buildings,
Campbell McCrae
Owners of historic listed buildings, in partnership with local planning authorities, have rightly demanded that repair work use the best techniques available and that alterations and extensions be