Christmas office opening hours

We'd like to wish to all our clients and friends a very Happy Christmas and a great New Year full of exciting projects. After a well deserved Christmas office trip to Barcelona the office will remain closed from 25th December

The Cedar School opens its doors

The Cedar School officially opened its doors yesterday with a grand opening party attended by students, teachers, staff, parents and carers and everybody else involved in the project. The new build special needs school in Southampton provides learning facilities for

Good progress at Emsworth

Emsworth Baptist Church is progressing well on site. Last week we saw the roof going up which revealed the complex geometry of the roof design. The aim of the project is to create a building that works for the community

New project: Brackley Town Hall

We're delighted to announce we've been appointed to work in the restoration of Brackley Town Hall. The Town Hall is a Grade II* listed building situated within the Brackley Old Town Conservation Area. The Town Hall, possibly designed by Sir

King's Maths School opens

King’s College London Mathematics School was officially opened by the Secretary of State for Education, Nicky Morgan, yesterday afternoon. Ms Morgan said: ‘I am delighted that hundreds of our capital’s students now have the opportunity to attend King’s College London

Open House is on this weekend!

London Open House is on this weekend, 20-21 September, and we hope you'll be joining us to visit some of our buildings. This year we're participating with three buildings across the capital. In North London, Kentish Town School will be

Original Wimbledon Pavilion gets a revamp

We have been appointed to refurbish and extend the First Wimbledon Tennis Championships Pavilion now part of the Wimbledon High School and The Girls’ Day School Trust in the Nursery Road site in Wimbledon. The Pavilion was first built in

Two weeks to Open House

We're getting ready for London Open House weekend happening in less than 2 weeks. On Saturday 20th September we'll open three of our buildings to the public and do guided tours explaining their main features. In North London, visitors will

Archaeological excavations at Merton Priory

As part of the enabling works at the Merton Priory Chapter House, Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA), at the request of the London Borough of Merton and Merton Priory Trust, have recently completed the excavation of a number of archaeological

Hallmoor progresses on site

Hallmoor School is progressing well on site with the erection of the steel frame last week. The new build school in Birmingham will replace the old school and will cater for 240 students aged 4-19 with a wide range of

Haverstock is hiring

We are looking for an enthusiastic and skilled Part II or qualified architect to join our busy practice. REVIT experience preferred. Interested job applicants please send a hard copy CV with examples of work to: Tom Gibb Haverstock Studio 10

Emsworth Baptist Church starts on site

The works for Emsworth Baptist Church started on site last week. With a capacity for up to 300 people, the new church building will be one of the only buildings of its kind in Emsworth and will be a significant

Europe’s first special needs holiday complex

Today part of our team are visiting Centre Algarve in Portugal. The centre will be one of Europe’s first specialist holiday complex for special needs and handicapped children. The hotel consists of 14 bedrooms especially designed for special needs visitors.

New London Awards

Hollymount School has been shortlisted under the education category at the New London Awards. The awards recognise the very best in architecture, planning and development in the capital. The project involved the extension and refurbishment of the existing primary school

Open City: How tall are you?

Earlier this week we took part in an Open City's "Architecture in schools: Primary" workshop, where we are partnering with Year 6 students from the Cubitt Town Junior School in East London. Open City has invited them to design a

Haverstock is recruiting

We’re looking for a skilled Part III / newly qualified architect and an enthusiastic Part I architectural assistant to join our busy practice in North London. REVIT experience preferred but no essential. Haverstock is an equal opportunities employer. Interested job

Merton Priory comes alive

We've been commissioned to design the new Merton Priory Chapter House visitor centre and exhibition space by the London Borough of Merton. From 1117 until the dissolution in 1538 Merton Priory was one of the country’s biggest and most influential

Success at LABC Awards

The Livity School is the winner of the Best Educational Building category at the LABC Building Excellence Awards 2014, London Region. The Awards celebrate the "excellence" shown from a construction and technical building control point of view. The Awards recognise

Hope Community School receives Planning Permission

Hope Community School new building and extension have received planning permission from the London Borough of Bexley. The school is the first free school in Sidcup, set up by the New Generation Trust and funded by the Department for Education

Haverstock interviewed by Norwegian students

We had the pleasure to be interviewed by a group of students from the Thora Storm High School in Norway this morning. The group of 16-18 year-olds are doing a multi-subject project with Science, English and Design and Architecture and

Livity wins Civic Trust Award

We're thrilled to announce that our project The Livity School has won a Civic Trust Award as it was unveiled last Friday at the official ceremony. We were delighted to attend the official ceremony with members of the school and

King's Maths for King's College

We’re working on a new project The King's College London Mathematics School. The school is funded through the Free Schools programme and is aimed at 16-19 highly motivated students with a particular aptitude for mathematics. Students will study maths, further

The Countess of Wessex opens Livity

HRH The Countess of Wessex officially opened The Livity School yesterday. The ceremony was attended by students, parents and carers, school staff and representatives of Lambeth, including the Mayor. Her Royal Highness warmly greeted the students and spent time walking