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Chetham Architecture Design was established by Tim Chetham in 2004, after having worked for various architectural practices throughout England.

This breadth of experience is reflected in the range of projects completed to date.

Projects include:

  • Domestic Extensions
  • Commercial Extensions
  • Loft Conversions
  • Barn Conversions
  • Garage Conversions
  • Alterations to Retail Premises
  • Alterations to Public Houses & Hotels

Professional qualifications include a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Plymouth University (RIBA Part I), a Bachelor of Architecture from Hull School of Architecture (RIBA Part II) and an Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice (RIBA Part III).

Other qualifications include a CIOB Certificate in Site Surveying and a City & Guilds in Computer Aided Design. Academic research includes 'Sustainable Settlements' and 'Coastal Architecture', whilst current interests include 'eco-architecture' and the conservation of historic buildings.

In addition to academic qualifications, over ten years of experience in architectural practice has provided a broad knowledge of the practical aspects of building design and project management. This experience includes being a member of the design team on projects up to the value of £2,000,000 and acting as team leader and contract administrator on contracts worth over £500,000.

Tim Chetham is a Registered Architect with the Architects Registration Board (Arb) - the UK regulator of Architects. He is also a fully qualified member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) - the professional body for the advancement of science and technology in architecture.

This combination of the science and art of architecture, means that Chetham Architecture Design is able to offer clients advice on all aspects of building construction and design.

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