The timber framed house at 31-33 Far Gosford Street has been a true voyage of discovery for PCPT.
An £11 million project to restore Coventry ’s Grade I listed Charterhouse as the centre-piece of a new 70-acre Heritage Park has taken a huge step towards becoming a reality after a major grant was approved by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Royal seal of approval for Jewellery Quarter
HRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall made a visit to the Jewellery Quarter after being invited by the group tasked with spearheading its regeneration.
Gateway retail scheme gets green light
PCPT have gained planning consent for a Gateway Retail Park design in Cannock for joint venture clients Trebor Developments and Hortons’ Estate.
Moseley Hall Hospital – Restoration and adaptation programme
Moseley Hall Hospital is listed grade 2 and dates from the late 18th century where it was originally the home of the Taylor family.
The Higgs Charity have appointed PCPT to do an outline feasibility for Drapers Hall in Coventry.
The Charterhouse Coventry Preservation Trust has appointed a team led by PCPT Architects to consider the future of the Grade I listed Carthusian Monastery (Charterhouse) on the London Road in Coventry.
PCPT Architects continue to build on their forty year relationship with the Royal Bank of Scotland and its predecessors, going back to National Provincial.
PCPT’s work in Far Gosford Street, Coventry, has received a further clutch of awards at a ceremony in Birmingham’s International Convention Centre on Friday 4th July.
Recently completed: A total refurbishment of an existing corner shop building known as 168 High Street in Dudley.