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.
Recently completed full restoration and extension of this key Grade II* listed building on the Calthorpe Estate, Birmingham.
A challenge: name somewhere in England where an architect can go back 35 years and meet some of the original residents of his first scheme gorging themselves in the sun all as if the years had never passed? Life on Mars?
PCPT are delighted to announce that they were part of last weeks winning team, the Fargo Partnership, as Fargosford Street, Coventry won the Regeneration Award at the Insider Property Awards 2010, which were held at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole hotel at the NEC.
PCPT assist in identifying refurbishment as the more sustainable option. We assist developers and their advisers recognise the incentives and opportunities to building refurbishment over demolition and new build.