An architect providing planning and design services from my studio in Norton St Philip, midway between Bath and Frome, I have an extensive portfolio of a broad range of projects in and around Bath and further afield.
Conservation, care and adaptation of old buildings
I advise on sensitive, architectural adaptations which will allow you to get the most from a period property whilst respecting its history and the original fabric of the building. I offer expertise in dealing with conservation officers to achieve Listed Building Consents and in applications to Historic England for listing hitherto neglected buildings.
Strategic advice for the
planning of new and existing buildings
Creating beautiful architecture is complex and requires expertise to negotiate the required legal and legislative maze. I bring to bear decades of experience to help ensure the very best result for your project.
Designing and overseeing construction projects
With a well developed network of trusted suppliers, contractors and craftsmen, I are able to fulfill your project management needs to the very highest level.
I am a founder member of Bristol- based architects’ practice Hallett Pollard Hilliar (latterly HPH Architects) which worked for many years from The Wool Hall, a Grade 2 listed Georgian warehouse in central Bristol. My architectural roots are in the West Country, having graduated from Bath University with a First Class Honours degree in Architecture. A life member of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, I am an RIBA registered conservation architect and a significant part of my work is in the repair and re-use of historic buildings.
I offer advice to clients on planning their projects to develop imaginative and rational solutions to their building needs. I pride myself on listening to my clients’ aspirations and interpreting them appropriately. In particular I recognise the art of architecture as being a collaboration between clients, designers and constructors alike.