Ainsley Gommon Architects

03/03/2014

Ainsley Gommon Architects awarded Investors in People Silver Award

Ainsley Gommon Architects are recognised as ‘an innovative and forward thinking organisation’ and have been successful in achieving a Silver Award at their recent Investor In People assessment.

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15/11/2013

Award win for Bromborough Pool Village Housing Scheme

Ainsley Gommon’s housing project at Bromborough Pool Village was successful in winning a prestigious award at the Your Move Property Award Ceremony, held last week in Lutyens Crypt at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.

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09/10/2013

Birkenhead Priory Phase Two receives Heritage Lottery Funding

The next phase of conservation works at the Grade I Listed Birkenhead Priory has been granted a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £393,100.

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11/07/2013

Maria becomes President of the Liverpool Architectural Society

Ainsley Gommon Director Maria Killick was last night inaugurated as the President of the Liverpool Architectural Society and the Merseyside branch of the RIBA, following two years as Vice-President.

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28/02/2013

Alf joins the RIBA Conservation Register

Alf Plant, a Director in the Birkenhead office has recently become an RIBA Conservation Registrant having completed the RIBA Conservation Course in Autumn 2012.

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11/06/2012

Ainsley Gommon Staff visit Leeds City Centre

On Friday 18th May Ainsley Gommon staff from the Merseyside and Wales offices visited Leeds City Centre. The trip included a visit to Leeds Art Gallery and the Henry Moore Institute and a walkabout tour taking in both historic and contemporary architectural themes.

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01/06/2012

Olympic Torch passes the Birkenhead Office!

Three days after its appearance in Wales, the staff at the Ainsley Gommon Birkenhead Office greeted the Olympic Torch as it passed outside the Birkenhead Office en-route to Liverpool.

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29/05/2012

Olympic Torch passes outside the Hawarden Office!

Ainsley Gommon staff joined the local community to line the streets as the Olympic Torch passed outside the Hawarden Office en-route to Chester.

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