Nicholas Morley Offers Top-Grade Architectural Services through His Firm

Warmley, Jun 10, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – With a professional experience of more than 2 decades and accomplishing many notable projects, Nicholas Morley is among the most prominent architects in the UK. The enormous success that he achieved today is a direct outcome of the dedication and efforts that he has put in his work throughout the years.

Working Experience as an Individual

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Nicholas achieved his B.Arch degree from the Bath University and became a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1997. During his initial days, he got the opportunity to work on minor projects including small houses. However, his constant efforts and quality work earned him bigger projects soon after starting his journey. Within a time span of just 10 years, he worked for numerous consultancies and practices and utilized his knowledge to successfully complete every project. During this time, he worked on various projects that required Masterplanning, creation of conceptual designs & working drawings, planning appeals, site inspection, and progress monitoring. In 2008, Mr Nicholas set up his own private firm known as Nicholas Morley Architects.

The Vision of Nicholas Morley Architects

Through Nicholas Morley Architects, Mr Morley wants to serve both individuals and developers on a large scale. While setting up the firm, Nicholas made sure that the organization follows his ideology and beliefs. In a little time span, Nicholas Morley Architects successfully accomplished a wide variety of projects and gained expertise in residential extensions, conversions, and refurbishments. In addition, the firm also completed many projects that involved resolving difficult planning issues. Following the principles set by Nicholas, every service offered by the firm is cost-effective and satisfies all the requirements of clients. At present, the firm serves the clients in two distinct places that are namely Bristol City and Bath City. The diverse services offered by the firm are:

Feasibility Study
Development Appraisals
Conceptual Design Drawings
Construction/Working Drawings
Planning Appeals
Building Regulation Applications
Planning Enforcement Resolution
Architect Certificates
3D Visualizations

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Latest Projects of Nicholas Morley Architects

Until now, the firm has been responsible for the success of many major projects including, refurbishment of Bristol North Baths and design for 16 houses at Holwood Estate in Keston. The recent projects undertaken by Nicholas Morley Architects are as follows:

Nailsea Electrical, Bristol

The firm has delegated the responsibility to assess the feasibility and develop a design for a construction project encompassing 9 flats and a retail unit. The location of the construction project is nearby Gloucester Road in Bristol City.

Broadlands Farm, Bath

The sophisticated project involved the design of 9 houses that are constructed using timber clad and natural slate so that they meet the Passivhaus standard. In addition, the houses utilize timber window shutters to minimize the heat loss at night and enhance the overall thermal efficiency. Before commencing the design work, a comprehensive landscape study was conducted at the site, which comes within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding National Beauty, Green belt and Indicative Area of Bath’s World Heritage Site.

Manor Close, Wellow

This project called for the design of a house in Manor Close, Wellow, which is also located in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding National Beauty. The project required the production of Landscape Visual Impact Assessment document to ensure that it does not detriment the quality of the existing landscape.

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