Our Awards

FELTON PARK GLASSHOUSE, NORTHUMBERLAND (RARE GRADE II *)
2015 The Georgian Group National Architectural Awards – Commended
2016 NE Constructing Excellence Awards – Highly Commended

We have recently been appointed, for a third four year term, to a new Framework Agreement with English Heritage to provided Conservation Architect Services for their properties in Northumberland, Cumbria, Lancashire, Cheshire and Yorkshire.

THE BLACK BARN, TOWHOUSE, BARDON MILL, HEXHAM (RARE GRADE II *)
2015 Winner of the National Heritage Constructing Excellence Award
2015 Winner of the RICS North East Renaissance Building Conservation Award
2014 Winner of the Heritage Award Constructing Excellence in the North East

COQUET ISLAND MONASTIC CELL AND MEDIEVAL TOWER (SCHEDULED MONUMENT GRADE I, II, II)*
2014 RICS NE Renaissance Building Conservation Award – Highly Commended
2013 English Heritage Angel Awards – Commended
2013 Winner of the Heritage Award Constructing Excellence in the North East

ST. MARY’S CHURCH, MORPETH (GRADE I)
2014 LABC Building Excellence Award – Finalist

ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH, HARTBURN (GRADE I)
2014 LABC Building Excellence Award – Finalist

WEST OAK FARM BROOMLEY, NORTHUMBERLAND (CONSERVATION AREA)
2013 RIBA Award Winner
2012 RICS NE Renaissance Residential Building Award – Highly Commended

2-4 QUEEN STREET, AMBLE CONSERVATION AREA
2013 AONB Conservation Award – Winner for Building Design

ST. LAWRENCE’S CHURCH, WARKWORTH (GRADE I)
2013 AONB Conservation Award – Highly Commended

SEATON DELAVAL HALL (GRADE I)
2012 Constructing Excellence in the North East Heritage Award – Commended

SIR CHARLES PALMER STATUE, JARROW (GRADE II)
2008 South Tyneside Good Design Award for Building Conservation

KIRKHARLE STONE BARN CONVERSION INTO RETAIL SPACES
2007 North East Winner CLA Rural Buildings Award

ST. BARTHOLOMEW’S CHURCH, KIRKWHELPINGTON (GRADE II *)
2004 RIBA Conservation Commendations

ARCHITECT’S OWN OFFICE, CAMBO, MORPETH, NORTHUMBERLAND
1999 Civic Trust Award Commendation

I joined the practice in the 1980’s. It was known then as a practice of integrity and professionalism, creating quality designs through friendly personal service. What has changed? Workload is slightly different now, responding over the years to shifting economic conditions, new concerns about climate change and client expectations, but our underlying philosophy about the way we choose to work remains the same.

Tina Gough, Partner