Entries by dwaugh

Legh Cottage receives consent

We’re absolutely delighted to confirm that Legh Cottage has finally received Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for the proposed extension work. We think that this will be one of our finest projects and we can’t wait to get cracking!!!

Manchester Dogs’ Home receives planning permission

We’re delighted to announce that the proposed new adoption block, brought about by the tragic fire which destroyed the previous block; received formal planning consent today. Works are progressing here in the studio and with the other consultants and, of course the staff at the dogs’ home itself to appoint a contractor within the coming […]

UCLAN visit Legh Cottage

It’s always nice to show off our projects, particularly to those who work or hope to work in conservation architecture. So it was with great pleasure that we hosted an afternoon with the MSc Building Conservation and Adaptation students from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) at one of our most exciting developments involving a […]

We’re on the move!!

We’re delighted to announce that from the 20th June, DWA will be in fabulous new premises on a beautiful converted farmstead in Holmes Chapel. Visit our CONTACT page for details. We’re very much looking forward to embarking on this new chapter in our story.

DWA nominated for Building Exellence awards

It is with great pride that once again DWA step forward as nominees for a presigious award. This time, for Best New Build Dwelling at the LABC North West Building Excellence Awards . The ceremony will take place at Bolton’s Reebok stadium on Friday 11th May where we’ll be in attendance to learn of our fate. […]

Tea at Betty’s

Working with historic buildings is a privilege, working for a client with a notable heritage is the ‘icing on the cake’….if you’ll excuse the phrase. We can barely contain our excitement here at Dickinson Waugh as we announce our appointment as architectural and historic building consultants to the Betty’s & Taylor Group. A trip to Harrogate or […]

No job too small!

This is a cliché that’s resonated with Mark and I recently. General feedback for the new web site has been excellent, but one criticism seems to be raised more and more……”you don’t do small projects” NONSENSE!!! It’s simply the fact that the bigger projects photograph better and we’re ashamed to admit that the prestige element got […]

Civic Trust Award. WE WON!

Further to our earlier blog, we’re delighted to announce that The Faulkner Bar & Kitchen, Hoole was presented with the Chester Civic Trust New Year Honours 2011 award for the Best Building Renovation. This project was carried out on behalf of our client S & N Pub Enterprises who we have had the pleasure of working […]