Wisbech project submitted to HLF

The Wisbech High Street Townscape Heritage Project has been submitted to the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project seeks to restore and enhance up to eight heritage properties on the town’s high street including shop-fronts, retail and residential units. In addition,

Shortlisted for BD Architect of the Year Awards

We’re delighted to announce that we have been shortlisted for the BD Architect of the Year Awards under the Public Building category. We're sharing the shortlist with many other exciting high quality schemes so we are looking forward to the

Success on Brackley Town Hall project

We’re delighted to announce that our team have been appointed for the Heritage Lottery Fund Delivery Phase of Brackley Town Hall. The hall is a Grade II* listed building situated within the Brackley Old Town Conservation Area. The Town Hall

We're recruiting

Experienced Part II Architectural Assistant or Recently Qualified Part III Architect We're looking for an enthusiastic and skilled Part II/recently qualified Part III Architect to join our busy practice in North London. REVIT experience preferred but not essential. Haverstock is

New project: Taylor's Bell Foundry

We're delighted to announce our appointment to work on the urgent repairs of Grade II* listed John Taylor & Co Bell Foundry in Loughborough. Taylor's was built in 1859 and is the only remaining purpose built bell foundry in the

Blackrock Police Training Centre opens

Blackrock Police Training Centre will be officially opened by Home Secretary Theresa May today. We were appointed to design a new training centre for Avon and Somerset Police in Bristol which was completed at the end of the summer. The

Mixing SEN accommodation – what works and what doesn't

We're delighted to announce that Claire Barton will be talking about our experience in designing accommodation for students with Special Needs at the Education Construction Network and Residential Conference at the NLA later this month. She will be joined by

The Moving Metropolis

The Moving Metropolis is a book by David Lawrence and Sheila Taylor on the history of London's Transport since 1800. We are very proud to see our work featured in the book including Leicester Square control rooms, Elephant and Castle

Part I architectural assistant vacancies

We're recruiting talented and enthusiastic applicants to join our award-winning practice in London. Haverstock is a medium-sized, design-led architectural practice, working side-by-side with clients to create inspiring, life-changing buildings. We focus on specialist public-sector projects, using a combination of creativity

King's Maths School Video

Watch what the students from King's Maths School think of their new school after a year since it first opened. King's Maths School is a free school in the London Borough of Southwark. The school, within the King's College London

Do we accept lower standards in Special Needs Schools?

Haverstock is hosting and speaking at the Education Construction Network breakfast talk "Do we accept lower standards in Special Needs Schools?". This talk will aim at giving an overview of the forthcoming government Building Standards for Special Schools (BB104) and

Haverstock at Open House Weekend!

As in previous years, we are very proud to be taking part in the Open House London Weekend. From 19-20 September outstanding buildings will open to the public across the capital to showcase some of the most exciting and interesting

Haverstock Autumn Talks

Haverstock is taking part in a series of talks and debates this Autumn. From September to end of November we will be joining forces with some of the best well known architecture and construction sector organizations to talk and debate

Public consultation at Wisbech High Street Project

Last week we carried out an informal public consultation at Wisbech’s Market Place. The aim of the consultation was to show our proposals to the community and gather their feedback specifically about the future of the Cook’s Butchers (the no.

Brackley Town Hall Restoration secures HFL funding

Our project, Brackley Town Hall, has been granted funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for 2.2m. We are delighted the project can now move forward. Brackley Town Hall is a is Grade II* listed building situated within the Brackley

Hollymount shortlisted at Brick Awards

We're delighted to announce our project, Hollymount School, has been shortlisted at the Brick Awards under Best Public and Education Building category. The Awards recognize excellence in design and construction with brick. We're sharing the shortlist with many other exciting

New Public Realm for Wisbech High Street

We’re currently working on the proposals for Wisbech High Street Townscape Heritage enhancement and restoration for Fenland District Council. This exciting project, currently at HLF bid stage, seeks to restore and enhance up to eight shop fronts and properties in

Emsworth Baptist Church opens

We're delighted to see our project, Emsworth Baptist Church, open its doors to the congregation for the first time. This is a very special project for the practice due to our long relationship with the church community and the very

Success at New London Awards

We are delighted to announce that Alexandra College has won the Education catergory award at the New London Awards 2015. This year the judges awarded the acolade to three different projects and Alexandra College was one of them. The scheme,

Alexandra College shortlisted at New London Awards

We're delighted that our project Alexandra College has been shortlisted at the New London Awards under the Education category. The College, located on the site of the former Jack Taylor school (Grade II listed) in the Alexandra Road Estate site,

New London Awards Expert Assessor

We're delighted to have taken part as Expert Assessor at the recent judging of the New London Awards 2015. Our Partner Claire Barton was invited to contribute with her expertise in the discussions that led to the shortlist of projects.

Southwark schools receive planning

All schools from our Southwark Expansion Programme batch have now gained planning permission. We have brought together a collaborative team of architects to design six significant primary schools for London Borough of Southwark. We are leading the team formed by

Alexandra College gets the go-ahead

Our project Alexandra College has received planning and listed building consent with construction to begin immediately providing a two phased opening in September 2015 and February 2016. The College will cater for students aged 16 – 25 with severe and