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  • Sarah Targett & Sarah Evans join North Staffordshire based ctd architects

    Hello to Sarah & Sarah

    A warm welcome to our two latest members of staff at ctd architects, Sarah Evans, Architect & Sarah Targett, Office Assistant Sarah Evans is returning to ctd after having first joined in 2009 as a Part I Architectural Assistant before carrying on to study at Liverpool University and qualified as an Architect at Westminster University in…

  • Stafford and Rural Homes retrofit project

    A great drone video of a recent regeneration project for Stafford and Rural Homes. In total 336 homes across six streets have already or will soon benefit from this project, with the aim to improve the quality of life for people and uplift the environment of the whole project area. Total Place brings a range…

  • Karl Lawton appointed as Director

    ctd architects have strengthened their Directors team with the promotion of Karl Lawton from Associate to Director. Karl joined ctd architects in 2000 and has extensive experience and expertise in building design, technical specification and project management in both new-build and historic building projects. Karl has played a key role in the delivery of a…

  • ctd architects Derby Civic Society award

    ctd architects win Derby Civic Society award

    ctd architects are proud to have been awarded the Derby Civic Society ‘George Larkin Brighter City’ award for the West Mill Darley Abbey project. Chris Hesketh, Architect Director at Leek based ctd architects, said “We are delighted to receive this prestigious acknowledgement of our involvement in the creative re-use of these internationally important late-18th Century…

  • Interview with Chris Hesketh, ctd architects

    Architect Chris Hesketh has transformed some of North Staffordshire’s most historic buildings An outsider to Stoke-on-Trent, Chris Hesketh got to know the city by immersing himself in a Tunstall estate. Chris Hesketh, Architect Director at ctd architects, is pondering what leaving the EU might mean to those engaged in the restoration and renovation industries. When…

  • House Project for Stoke on Trent City Council

    ctd architects are proud have provided architectural services for a new scheme ‘House Project’ set up by Stoke on Trent City Council. Using £588,000 of central government funding 10 teenagers leaving foster care will be supported into living independently in renovated properties in the city. TEN teenagers in care will move into a ‘groundbreaking’ housing…

  • Redditch Kidney Centre

    New Renal Dialysis Unit for Redditch

    Diaverum UK’s latest renal unit opened recently to provide life-sustaining care for the people of Redditch. The new 20 station Kidney Centre was designed by ctd architects for Diaverum UK to be run in partnership with the University Hospitals Birmingham. The unit also provides 4 Side Rooms and 4 dedicated Consulting Rooms. To see more of…

  • ctd architects SARH

    Regeneration Scheme ‘Total Place’ Shortlisted for Prestigious Innovation Awards

    Retrofit project ‘Total Place’ has been shortlisted in two high-profile categories at the prestigious ‘Housing Innovation Awards’. Put forward for the ‘Most Innovative Regeneration Scheme’ and ‘Most Innovative Use of Community Engagement’ awards, the winners are set to be announced at a special event in London on February 18th. Fingers Crossed! See Stafford and Rural…

  • ctd architects PoW Studio Middleport Pottery

    ‘The Prince of Wales Studios’ at Middleport Pottery

    ctd architects’ Chris Hesketh and project architect Joanna Lawton meet HRH The Prince of Wales at the official opening of ‘The Prince of Wales Studios’ at Middleport Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent this morning.  The studios were designed by ctd architects and constructed by Sneyd Building Contractors Ltd. within the Grade II* Listed Old Packing House on the…

  • Renal Dialysis Centre for Cambridge University Hospital

    Cambridge Dialysis Centre: This latest satellite Renal Dialysis Centre, part of the Cambridge University Hospital NHS Trust has now opened its doors to patients. A bespoke satellite dialysis unit on behalf of Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust, catering for up to 40 dialysis patients, including home haemodialysis training, clinical areas and associated staff facilities together…