Acanthus Clews Architects: Experienced Conservation Architect

Acanthus Clews logoWe are looking to recruit a Conservation Architect, preferably AABC accredited, to join our lively and ambitious Practice.

The Practice was founded in 1972, is committed to protecting the built environment and delivering design excellence. Our work includes undertaking Condition Surveys on secular and ecclesiastical buildings, developing Conservation Management Plans, appraising the impact of change and development to historic buildings, as well as carrying out repair and change projects on a wide range of significant historic buildings around the UK.

We are included on frameworks for English Heritage to carry out Condition Surveys and architectural work, which includes Osborne House, Kenwood House, Marble Hill, Wrest Park and Framlingham Castle. We also work for the Parliamentary Estate and support the Ministry of Defence in maintaining their Listed buildings.

A significant portion of our conservation work is inspecting, repairing and delivering change to Church buildings, many Listed Grade 11* and Grade 1. Our Architects are included on the approved lists for eight Anglican Dioceses, including Oxford and Peterborough, as well as acting as Architect to the Cathedrals of Exeter and Worcester.

Most recently our Warwick Hall Project for Burford Church received a RIBA National Award, a RIBA Regional Conservation Award and the AJ Retrofit Project for 2017 amongst others.

Our team includes four AABC accredited Architects, and we are based in the market town of Banbury, North Oxfordshire.

Please visit our website to find out more about our work:

If this position is of interest, please send your CV to our Managing Director, Mark Smith, , along with examples of your work.

Acanthus Clews Architects, Acanthus House, 57 Hightown Road, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 9BE  Tel: 01295 702600

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