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  • RIBA Part3 Graduation Andrew McPhee ctd architects

    Andrew McPhee completes RIBA Diploma in Architecture

    When Andrew joined the practice in 2015, he was studying for his MArch RIBA Part 2 at Sheffield Hallam University having already completed his BArch (Hons) RIBA Part 1 at Nottingham Trent University. Andrew has developed extensive experience in a variety of sectors including commercial, education, energy, healthcare and residential sectors. With a keen eye…

  • ctd architects Merry Christmas 2018

    Merry Christmas from ctd architects

    Seasonal opening – Our offices will be closed from Friday 21st Dec until 2nd Jan 2019 ‘Our Year in Review’, click the photo to read more.

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    Consall Hall Estate proposed new development

    ctd architects are working with two local families who have embarked on a joint venture to safeguard the future of Consall Hall Gardens in North Staffordshire, developing the existing buildings into a bespoke, high quality hospitality venue and hotel with lodge accommodation. The new Consall Hall Hospitality Venue, Wellbeing Hotel and Lodges proposal is a…

  • ctd architects sponsor FXLW event at Leek Blues & Americana Festival

    Leek Blues Festival 2018

    A few photographs from a memorable Leek Blues & Americana Festival held over 5 days in October. ctd architects supported the volunteer organised festival for the second year in 2018 by sponsoring the FXLW event held at Foxlowe Arts Centre in the town centre. Patrick Redmond, architect director at ctd said ‘This year ctd architects…

  • Conservation roof repair Long Mill Derbyshire

    Conservation roof repairs to Long Mill, Darley Abbey Mills World Heritage Site

    Roof and fabric repairs  are underway on the c.1790’s Grade I Listed Long Mill at Darley Abbey Mills World Heritage Site, Derby. The 228 year old roof timbers and lath & plaster ceiling soffit is in fantastic condition for their age! A temporary roof and internal propping ensuring proper protection during the works being carried out has been constructed by Nottingham-based Bonsers Building Restoration and Conservation Ltd.

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    ctd architects supporting Leek Blues & Americana Festival

    ctd architects are sponsoring the Leek Blues & Americana Festival. Patrick Redmond, architect director at ctd said ‘This year ctd architects are celebrating 30 years of trading as an architects practice in Leek. As a long established business in the town it is important to us to support events like the Blues Festival that play such a big part in the town’s continuing creative and cultural development.

  • sandon pool school swimming pool featured image ctd architects

    New Swimming Pool Opened By Olympic Swimming Star Adam Peaty

    A new swimming pool at Sandon Primary Academy in Stoke on Trent, designed by ctd architects and constructed in partnership with Sneyd Building Contractors, was recently opened by Olympic and World Champion swimming star, Adam Peaty.

  • SARAH & ADAM

    Architects of Their Own Happiness, Congratulations Sarah!

    Congratulations to Mr & Mrs John who said ‘I Do’ on the 30th June. Wishing Sarah & fellow architect Adam a lifetime of love and happiness from everyone at ctd.

  • ctd architects award winning architects LABC 2018

    ctd architects win LABC West Midlands award

    ctd architect’s latest award was announced at the LABC West Midlands Excellence Awards, winning the Best Small Commercial Project for The Mill Barns, Alveley exclusive use wedding venue operated by Ensarb Limited, whose other venues include The Ashes and Pendrell Hall The Local Authority Building Control awards, the largest business to business awards in the…

  • Alton Towers Resort Stonehenge garden folly restoration by ctd architects

    Alton Towers Resort ‘Stonehenge’ garden folly

    ctd architects are proud to be involved with Alton Towers Resort’s on-going commitment to conserving the numerous historic garden buildings and structures is continuing with the consolidation and repair of the massive stone lintels forming the Grade II Listed ‘Stonehenge’ garden folly which dates from circa 1830, currently underway ahead of the 2018 season opening…