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Roger Mears Architects celebrate 40 years

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Roger Mears Architects celebrated their 40th birthday this year. Roger Mears founded the Practice, and his love for Old Buildings soon permeated the practice ethos and stays with us to this day. In 2015 he was joined by Sarah Khan and Alan Brown as Partners, and the LLP also celebrated its fifth anniversary this year. […]

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Join our team – Roger Mears Architects are hiring

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Part 3 Architect or an Architectural Technologist Roger Mears Architects are looking for a Part 3 Architect, with an interest in conservation and an eye for detail to work on a range of projects. We are a growing London-based practice, with a team of hands-on Partners and skilled Architects. You will be supporting the team […]

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St Leonard, Shoreditch highly commended at Hackney Design Awards 2020

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We are very pleased that the Repair Project to the West Façade of St Leonard Shoreditch was highly commended at The Hackney Design Awards 2020 in the Heritage and Restoration Category! The Repair project of the 1740  Grade I listed church addressed stone decay, fixing the portico roof and restoring the glass-faced clocks to create […]

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Sarah Khan talks about Union Chapel

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Union Chapel Exterior View

The Union Chapel has just released a series of short films that tell the story of this non-conformist building, as part of the Union Chapel Heritage Programme funded by Historic England. The programme celebrates the Union Chapel non-conformist heritage, a story of a minority group who were suppressed for their seemingly radical beliefs and who gained significant popular support […]

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Happy Thanksgiving 2020 with Rotherhithe Illuminated!

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While celebrations this year will feel different, we are working hard with What’s On Rotherhithe Group and CES Lighting Designer to deliver the Rotherhithe Illuminated! project in time to celebrate the Mayflower safe return to her home port in 2021 The Rotherhithe Illuminated! project will form part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations and will serve […]

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St Leonard, Shoreditch shortlisted for the Hackney Design Awards 2020

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We are very pleased to announce that the restoration of the West Facade and Clock Tower at St Leonard, Shoreditch has been shortlisted for the Hackney Design Awards 2020 in the Heritage and Conservation Category! Hackney Design Awards are a celebration of great design in Hackney. Voting is now open for the people’s choice and young […]

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RIBA Conservation Register Forum ‘Future Proofing: Sustainability and Existing Buildings’

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The Forum aims to bring together both architects and heritage professionals to provide wide range of perspectives on the issues of sustainability and existing buildings. The Forum will be divided into three ‘sections’, each addressing a specific theme: The Political and Institutional Landscape (Tax, Policy, Procurement and Ethics) Sam Balch, Deputy Director at The Department […]

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East Lodge at Nunhead Cemetery, Phase II

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Roger Mears Architects have started work on Phase II of the restoration of the East Lodge of the Nunhead Cemetery Chapel, Southwark. The East Lodge forms one of the pair of lodges at the northern entrance of Nunhead Cemetery, it is Grade II listed and has been on the Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register […]

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Lord Rookwood Pub re-opens after a decade!

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Lord Rookwood (now Rookwood Village) reopens We are very pleased that the Lord Rookwood has just reopened following a complete, high quality refurbishment. The development of the flats upstairs is also complete. The new build residential units are just being finished off as well as the external works. We will follow up with more photos […]

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Putney Chapel shortlisted for South London RIBA Regional Awards 2020

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We are very pleased to announce that Putney Chapel has been shortlisted for the South London RIBA Regional Awards 2020! The locally-listed yet derelict Gothic Revival chapel is surrounded by a common and historic cemetery; conversion to a dwelling was the only viable means of saving it. Over five years, the whole fabric and its […]

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