The King Edmund School starts on-site

We are delighted to be working in collaboration with Kier on the new build The King Edmund School in Essex. Work has now commenced on-site. The 9 Form Entry academy secondary school with 150 students will include a 400 place

Birnbeck Pier and Island appointment

We are absolutely delighted to have been selected through the competitive tendering process to continue working with North Somerset Council, RNLI, the Friends of the Old Pier and the National Lottery Heritage Fund on this extremely exciting and challenging project to bring the ‘At

Hemel Hempstead Crematorium reaches completion

Hemel Hempstead Crematorium is now complete. The building has been developed with Watford Borough Council on behalf of the West Herts Crematorium Joint Committee Dacorum Borough Council, Hertsmere Borough Council, St Albans City & District Council, Three Rivers District Council. The new build crematorium provides a

Creative workshop with school students

We carried out a creative workshop with the children of The Hawthorns School to design and build their own imaginary school out of old cardboard packaging and other recycled materials. Each architect worked one on one with a child, to

Kensal Green Chapel appointment

We are thrilled to have been appointed for the design and implementation of the Historic England funded urgent repairs to the Grade I Listed Kensal Green Cemetery Anglican Chapel. The design team are extremely excited to start working on the

Planning approval for Endeavour Academy

Planning has now been granted for the new build Endeavour Co-operative Academy in Essex. The school will be starting on site in summer and will accommodate 120 students aged 4 – 16 with moderate learning difficulties.

Creating Interestingly Different showcase studio 

Interestingly Different Shop is now open, so if you are passing by please do drop in.  We were luckily enough to have been involved with the design of their new shop. Interestingly Different are a unique Social Enterprise who sell beautiful

Designing for people with hypersensitivity

We’re really pleased to have been able to support this collaboration between Hovia and The National Autistic Society. Together they have curated a range of wallpaper designs catering for individuals with hypersensitivity. Refreshing to see such high quality design finishes that consider the

Helping the Zambian community

Last year one of our architects Kirsten, spent a month in Zambia helping to build a new kindergarten with CAUKIN Studio. The project is now complete giving Early Years Learning to 60 children per year that did not previously have the

Volunteering for The National Autistic Society

We were lucky enough to volunteer at The National Autistic Society, Starshine for Autism Christmas carol concert. It was a wonderful evening set in the beautiful St. Clement Danes Church. A fantastic festive time was had by all which raised funds

Salmon’s Brook School reaches completion

We have recently completed the new build Salmon’s Brook School. The school and sixth form provides an environment with a high level of therapeutic support and excellent teaching for students aged 11 – 18 with social, emotion and mental health (SEMH).

Planning approval for Riverside School and Dairy Row 4

The Grade II listed Riverside Primary School is to be carefully adapted and extended to suit contemporary teaching methods and standards for the 21st century. We have now received planning permission. The proposed works include constructing a new Teaching, Entrance

M on the Square Cafe opens at Brackley Town Hall

Brackley Town Hall, a restoration project that we completed in 2018, is a Grade II* listed building situated within the Brackley Old Town Conservation Area dating from the early 1700’s. Our work included the introduction of new community spaces, a

A farewell to a founding partner

It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Ian Fraser, a founder partner of Haverstock. With John Jenkins, Russell Graham and Sylvester Bone, Ian established Haverstock in 1980 following the closure of The National Building Agency (NBA). The

Planning granted on home refurbishment

Our latest project is a weekend retreat in rural Suffolk for a young family based in London. The existing building is a neglected church hall bordering the Helmingham Hall Estate. The brief is to create a home from home that

Guildford Crematorium wins Civic Trust Award

We are extremely proud as Guildford Crematorium has received a 2022 Civic Trust Award. Judges’ Comments: “The buildings provide a beautiful architectural backdrop to the celebration of life.” The new-build crematorium provides a chapel for 135 people seated and 50

Lea Fields Crematorium shortlisted for RIBA Award

Fantastic news as Lea Fields Crematorium has been shortlisted for the RIBA East Midlands Regional RIBA Awards 2022.  The new build crematorium incorporates the chapel, cremator and ancillary areas. In the wider site, the new memorial facility, known as the Remembrance

Riverside School Planning Submitted

We are delighted to be working on the extension of the Grade II listed Riverside Primary School for Southwark Council. The proposed works include constructing a new Teaching, Entrance and Kitchen/Dining Block, refurbishing the east corner of the school and

Forest Bridge School reaches completion

We have recently completed the new build Forest Bridge School. A special school for children and young adults with a primary diagnosis of autism. The new school provides an exemplar environment with a high level of therapeutic support and excellent

Completion of rural family home

Creating a new home for all the generations of the family to enjoy is what the new build, Wild Acre brings. The brief was driven by a sense of openness and connectivity between spaces both internal and external. Set in a

Class of Your Own Initiative

We assisted with a Year 10 lesson for the next generation of design professionals. Heathcote School along with the ‘class of your own’ initiative have developed a great brief for a special needs provision, and we were on hand to