Testimonials


"I wanted to write to say thanks for all the thought, energy and vision you put into the RSPB Titchwell Parrinder Hide Project.  Working with you on the project has been great fun, I think we have been a real team and I know that you put in time and effort over and above what we could have expected.  The end result is fantastic and it has taken our thinking on visitor infrastructure on nature reserves a great leap forward.  Very importantly, our visitors love it!  Thanks again for all your hard work, it has been a pleasure working with you."

Helen Deavin RSPB Regional Projects Manager

” it confirmed my view that this is one of the most interesting and pleasing small developments in the city for a long time.”

Peter Carter Principal Development Control Officer Cambridge City Council.
Beche Road – 6 New Town Houses

“I have enjoyed working with you and your team”

Professor Sir Nicholas Shackleton

“I am sure that you are aware that your architect, Patrick Ward, also designed our house. We were enormously impressed with his work, especially his attention to detail. Consequently, I will be delighted to support your application.”

Jane Healey Vice-chairman Planning Committee
South Cambs District Council

Dear Rowan

...Yes, we are still enjoying the building and can't think of anything we would have done differently!  We still look around in wonder at the end result and greatly appreciate your input...

With best wishes,
Elliott Wood

...Katharine and I are very grateful to you for your great care for us and our house. Your work gives us great comfort and much pleasure. Thank you for all you have done for us...

Richard Ames-Lewis

"Your team really got to grips with the specific nature of the project immediately. They invested an enormous amount of time understanding the diverse requirements of the college community and the design was immensely thoughtful in its recognition of those priorities. The new building is a superb addition to Leckhampton which combines beauty, purposefulness and great respect for and integration with the surrounding area."

Bursar, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge