House of Commons & Lords

Acanthus Clews Architects have been recently appointed as Architects and Lead Consultants to the prestigious Architects and Conservation Architects framework in support of The Parliamentary Estate, which incorporates the Palace of Westminster, a Grade I Listed Building and World Heritage site, Portcullis House, Norman Shaw House and a number of other associated buildingsThe estate comprises approximately 150,000 square metres of space and is occupied by 659 MPs, 750 Peers and all the associated support services to ensure the smooth running of parliamentary business. The House of Commons employs approximately 1700 staff and the House of Lords approximately 475 staff. The estate has over 1.3 million visitors, which continues to increase annually. It is a tremendous honour to be involved with the most iconic of built symbols of our constitutional monarchy and the parliamentary system.

 
   
 
House of Commons & Lords

Acanthus Clews Architects successfully appointed to The Parliamentary Estate framework.


Read more. 23 February 2015
English Heritage Framework

Acanthus Clews Architects appointed onto English Heritage 'Architects & Building Surveyors' Professional Framework.


Read more. 23 February 2015
Hay Castle

Acanthus Clews Architects appointed as Conservation Architects for the restoration of Hay Castle in Hay-on-Wye.


Read more. 12 February 2015
St Edburgs

New 2 Form Entry Primary School


Read more. 12 December 2014
Opportunities

We want to hear from Project Architects, Technologists and Assistants who can help with our increasing and diverse range of projects. Please send CV's to mark@acanthusclews.co.uk.


Read more. 06 May 2014
   
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