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Benoy Benoy is an international, award winning firm of Architects, Masterplanners, Interior and Graphic Designers. Founded in Nottinghamshire in 1947, Benoy is now a truly global player with a talented team of 500 people, operating out of offices in Newark, London, Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Beijing. A proud and passionate British Brand, Benoy’s unique blend of creativity, commerciality and true integrity is redefining the built environment.
At CBP Architects our guiding principle is cooperation and teamwork. In order to provide a building solution, a strong working relationship with our Clients is fundamental. We seek out the latest advances in technology and materials to create landmark modern buildings, refurbishments or conversions that deal sensitively with planning, as well as listed building and conservation issues, but we don’t lose sight of the economic factors involved throughout the design and on-site process. Our team’s expertise means that all elements of the building process can be monitored and safety ensured at every stage of development. We are committed to the art of architecture. Our aim is to meet the aspiration of our client to offer dynamic and diverse design within the constraints that we face, from budget to locale. CBP will make sure that the design process is an inclusive process; we know collaboration is the only true route to the most rewarding results.
Guy Taylor Associates Guy Taylor Associates is an award-winning chartered architectural practice based in the Millgate conservation area of Newark-on-Trent. The practice specialises in historic conservation work, and in particular the renovation of listed buildings. Guy Taylor Associates undertakes work in all sectors, including residential, commercial, industrial and public projects.
Richard Watkinson Richard and Watkinson and Partners, local estate agents with knowledge and experience of the town’s historical and architectural heritage.
Striving to improve the quality of our built environment and the community
Our new publication: Newark Civic Trust Magazine