At Formed Architects, we regularly meet a vast array of people in and around Chiswick and West London. People like you that are owners of listed buildings that are looking to undertake some form of refurbishment or extension to their listed building.
As we get talking, people often ask us who the other architects in the area are that may be able to help them.
Since we are not ones to shy away from being honest with respect to competition – in fact we encourage you to speak to other local architects as we want our customers to be as informed as possible and to be working with the best team for them.
As a result, we have put together a list of some of the other architects in the area that have experience in working with listed building consent – in no particular order:
1. Alice Poole Architects
Alice Poole has worked on listed and period buildings for over 30 years. Alice Poole strongly believes that the buildings should be preserved for future generations. Alice Poole Architects have extensive experience in Bedford Park, Chiswick.
2. USL Architects
USL Architects are experienced in delivering projects on both Grade 1 and 2 listed buildings, ensuring that the building’s details and history are respected while maximising the potential of the property.
3. Urbane Design
Urbane Design offer a flexible service, based in the heart of Chiswick off the High Road. They can manage the process of getting the necessary listed building consents before you start work and have been doing so for over 10 years.
4. Mata Architects
Located in West London, Mata Architects have extensive experience in working with listed buildings. In developing design proposals for a listed building, they will identify and catalogue every aspect of the scheme that impacts on the building. Some aspects will have a positive impact on the historic nature of the property whilst others will be deemed to have a negative impact.
Four potential companies to consider if you’re getting quotes for your Chiswick, West London listed building refurbishment or extension project.
You may also like to take a look at some of these great resources specifically on doing works to listed buildings:
- 5 Ways You Can Avoid a Costly Listed Building Project
- Cost of Planning Changes to Listed Building
- Planning Permission Delays in 2023
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- How to Choose the Right Architect for Your Project
- Maximising the Value of Your Home
- Architects Pre-purchase Advice Before Buying Home
- How Much Will an Architect Cost?
- Top 5 Problems When Hiring an Architect and Solutions
- How to Avoid Rogue Traders and Builders
- Costs to Consider About Home Extension
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