Community Architecture

We believe that people make places.  We feel therefore that community architecture is not only important, but critical, as a free, organic and exciting built environment response to the needs of people, in a specific place.
Community facilities can include large, flexible halls, multi-function rooms, dedicated areas for meetings, facilities for youth clubs and organisations, along with the as required support and ancillary spaces.
We have over thirty five years experience in helping community organisations alter, expand and improve their community buildings, and in some cases, to develop entirely new facilities.
Our Practice has a working history with a number of fundraising agents, as well as connections to a number of grant awarding bodies, all of whom may be able to support the development of further and better community facilities.
All your community group needs is a vision, we can help with the rest.

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