PCPT have been appointed Culture and Heritage consultants working for our colleagues at Systra on the High Speed 2 rail skirting Birmingham.
We’re delighted to have moved our practice offices to 86 Spencer Street, the ‘nose’ of the Jewellery Quarter development we designed.
Before the night of Thursday the 5th, Network Rail bridge 246 DCL may have seemed unassuming and other than shrapnel scars it is very much as Brunel left it in the 1850’s…
Work is due to start at Coventry Charterhouse now that a main contractor has been appointed and the exciting work of unveiling the full extent of this important piece of Midlands heritage is becoming reality.
Our clients Historic Coventry Trust have appointed PCPT to develop a scheme for overnight accommodation within the two surviving medieval gatehouses in Coventry.
‘Citizens of Coventry’ artwork by Trevor Tennant, revealed at Broadgate House.
Another layer of history for The Charterhouse in Coventry has been confirmed by the Heritage Lottery Fund’s allocation of £4.3 million in funding.
It is with great sadness that PCPT have learnt that Peter Troy, former partner and director of Phillips Cutler Phillips Troy and thence PCPT, has passed away. All our commiserations go to his wife and family.
PCPT Architects continues its involvement with the newly crowned City of Culture 2021.
The oldest house in the city centre?
No. 22-24 Vittoria Street is an original Birmingham House from 1827.