Vacancies for Part I & Part II Architecture Graduates
Ainsley Gommon Architects have vacanices for Part I and/or Part II Architecture graduates to join our busy but friendly team in our North Wales office, close to the city of Chester.
39 new apartments and Community Hub at the Gaer, Newport has been granted Planning Approval
A scheme to provide 39 new homes for older people in Newport, along with a community hub has been granted planning approval.
Post 16 Education Centre receives Funding Approval
The Post 16 Education Centre in Connah’s Quay has received funding approval from Welsh Government and is due to start on site shortly. Jointly developed by Coleg Cambria and Flintshire County Council, the new £14 million centre will cater for 700 students.
Planning Permission is granted for the Hafod Y Gest Extra Care Scheme in Porthmadog
An £8.5 million scheme for Grŵp Cynefin and Gwynedd Council in Porthmadog has been granted planning permission, providing 40 one and two bed extra care apartments and communal facilities.
Mike qualifies as a Landscape Architect
Congratulations to Mike Pittman who has qualified as a Chartered Landscape Architect!
Llandudno Junction Area Primary School receives Planning Approval
The new 420 place Area Primary School at Llandudno Junction for Conwy County Borough Council has been granted Planning Approval.
Staff enjoy a visit to London
Staff enjoyed a day in London visiting a number of exemplar urban design and architectural projects across the city.
James and Rob qualify as Architects
Congratulations to James Bissell from the Hawarden office, shown on the left, and Rob Ware from the Birkenhead office, shown on the right, who have both qualified as Architects.
Llys Jasmine wins LABC Award for Best Social / Affordable Housing Development in North Wales
The Llys Jasmine development of extra care and dementia apartments in Mold has been successful at the LABC Building Excellence Awards 2014.