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RMA appointed to work on the conversion of Brooklands House, Grade II listed mansion in Weybridge.

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Roger Mears Architects are working on the feasibility of the residential conversion of the Grade II listed Brooklands House, Weybridge, Surrey. The conversion works are part of a comprehensive masterplan project for the redevelopment of the wider Brooklands College site. We are looking at the historic development, the existing configuration internally and externally preparing an […]

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CJ Hendry exibition at New Testament Church of God is a success!

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CJ Hendry art exibition closed last Sunday 22 May and we are very pleased to have been able to visit. ‘Epilogue ‘ introduced Hendry’s new monochromatic work to her audience while still showcasing the artist’s signature, photorealistic style. Comprised of 20 unique works, the series explored themes of reflection and reevaluation, with color palettes of […]

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Join our team – Roger Mears Architects are hiring

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We are looking for a Part II/III Architect or an experienced Architectural Technologist with a minimum of 5 years experience, ideally across a range of listed and contemporary buildings. We are an established London-based practice, with a growing portfolio of work across a diverse range of sectors, often conservation-led, with a team of hands-on Partners […]

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The Monocle Minute on Design: David Hills reports on Battersea Power Station

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OPINION / NIC MONISSE Industrial revolution Battersea Power Station, a heritage-listed building from the 1930s, is undergoing a major renovation that is expected to make it London’s latest “regenerated” icon when the main building opens later this year as a retail, residential and commercial hub. Visiting the site last week with David Hills, a partner at […]

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Sarah Khan at the ASCHB 2022 Conference

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Sarah was one of the presentors at the ASCHB annual conference on Friday 1 April, held at Vauxall St Peters, London. Her talk was part of the afternoon session on climate adaptation. Her talk was on Buildings in use: dealing with discomfort. She explained the basics of thermal comfort, then proceeded to explain thermal comfort […]

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Sarah Khan at the Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust Annual Conference 2022

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Having been prevented in 2020 and 2021 from holding a “live” conference, we are pleased to be able to return to our usual format and venue. The programme should be both of antiquarian interest and informative to churchwardens and others with practical responsibilities for our churches. To help re-accustom you to “live” attendance we are […]

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SPAB Heritage Awards 2022

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Last year SPAB launched SPAB Heritage Awards to celebrate old buildings and the people who champion them. Joining the existing awards, the John Betjeman Award and the Philip Webb Award, will be the Buildings Craftsperson of the Year Award, the Sustainable Heritage Award and the Best Loved Award. These five awards will be presented at […]

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