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Studio lime moving to new home on Colston Street, Bristol

After six years in Clifton Village, we are absolutely buzzing to be moving to our new home at 45 Colston Street. With a long lease and plenty of room to expand, the new studio will be our base for the foreseeable future.

Newton Farm Foods – Highly Commended at Bath LABC Awards

We were delighted to receive a highly commended award for our extension at Newton Farm Foods at the Bath & North East Somerset LABC awards. The building features an innovative green oak scissor truss frame with a high performance SIPs envelope.

Works progressing at St David’s Catholic College

Remodelling and landscaping works are progressing well at St David’s Catholic College in Cardiff. The project includes improved landscaping to the main approach, incorporating a number of changes in levels; a newly remodelled reception; and reconfigured entrance to the College’s chapel. Client – St David’s Catholic College Project Management and QS – RPA Consulting Architect…

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New Team Member

We are delighted to welcome Will Pike to the Studio Lime team. Will is a recent graduate of Reading University where he achieved a first class honours degree in Architecture. He joins us as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant and is already making himself very useful; preparing 3D models and working on number of planning…

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‘Lockdown, Breathe and Learn’: an article for Women in Property by Studio Lime’s Emma Day

Following her appointment to the Women in Property committee, Studio Lime’s Emma Day has written a very interesting article about what we’ve been up to in the last few months and how we turned lockdown into a positive for our company.  https://www.womeninproperty.org.uk/blog/2020/lockdown-breathe-and-learn/

Studio Lime achieves ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 Certification

Studio Lime Architects have achieved ISO 9001 for our Quality Management systems and ISO 14001 for our Environmental Management Systems. This is the culmination of a lot of hard work by the whole team and builds on our reputation for high quality project delivery.

Planning Approval for new classrooms at Cathedral Primary School

Studio Lime Architects are delighted to have received planning and listed building consent for our project at Cathedral Primary School, which is located within the lower floors of Bristol’s Grade 1 listed Central Library. The proposal provides two additional classrooms and a new staffroom facility within this iconic building. Client: Cathedral Primary School Project Manager…

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Cricklade Leisure Centre Progress

Works are progressing well on the much needed refurbishment of Cricklade Leisure Centre, near Swindon. The project is being undertaken by Bray and Slaughter Ltd. for Wiltshire County Council. The project involves: refurbishing the existing swimming pool; remodelled changing facilities; a new first floor gym area; a new build plant building; and a new activity…

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Progress at Cricklade Leisure Centre

Works are progressing well at the refurbishment of Cricklade Leisure Centre, near Swindon. The project is being undertaken by Bray and Slaughter Ltd. for Wiltshire County Council. The project involves: refurbishing the existing swimming pool; remodelled changing facilities; a new first floor gym area; a new build plant building; a new activity studio; and upgraded…

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Cathedral Primary School Planning Application Submitted

Studio Lime Architects are pleased to announce that a planning and listed building consent application has now been submitted for alterations to Cathedral Primary School, which is located within the lower floors of Bristol Central Library. The proposal provides two further classrooms and a new staffroom facility within the existing Grade I listed building. Client:…

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