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Donald Insall Associates
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Chartered Architects and Historic Building Consultants
Chartered Architects and Historic Building Consultants

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We're excited to see completion photos of this beautiful Grade-I-listed mediaeval church located in the village of Llaneilian on Anglesey. St. Eilian’s retains many historically significant features, including a timber rood screen with one surviving painting and many wood carving figures. We developed a repair strategy and prepared the schedule of works for tender and faculty submission, overseeing works on site.

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'The presumption against demolition has resulted in a legacy that can be celebrated' - our Chairman Tony Barton discussing the 50th anniversary of the birth of the conservation area, and how it impacts our lives today, on the Architects' Journal.

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We enjoyed attending the Don't Move, Improve! award ceremony at New London Architecture last night, featuring some stellar projects that stole the show. We were pleasantly surprised when one of the winning projects was shot by a photographer we work with!
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Robin Lee Architecture's Biggin Hill memorial museum plans are featured in the Architect's Journal today - we have been advising on the heritage aspect of the project, including preparing a Conservation Management Plan.

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Our very own Patrick Duerden features on the AJ's #greatdetail today, telling us about the beauty of the 1923 roof repairs of Westminster Hall.

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Are you in Bristol next week? Sir Donald Insall will be exhibiting his watercolours at the Royal West of England Academy until 29 January.

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We are proud to be sponsoring this year's Civic Voice Annual Convention, which includes a tour of our award-winning work at Chester City Walls by our Chairman, Tony Barton.

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We are delighted to be in the shortlisted team alongside Hawkins\Brown in the competition for masterplanning this landmark regeneration project in Old Oak Common, West London.

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We have assisted this Grade I listed church achieve a Stage 2 HLF Grant in order to undergo much needed repairs. bit.ly/2cFGGWj
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DIA Associate Dorian Proudfoot spoke at the RIBA conservation course delegates at Chester Cathedral about our much praised ‘Cathedral at Height’ project at Chester Cathedral which completed during Easter 2014. Approximately 30 people attended, all construction industry professionals, mainly architects but also engineers, CDM advisors, other consultants, etc.
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