Adrian has worked at the practice for over 25 years and in that time has been instrumental in its transition from a commercial practice into one of the foremost conservation practices in the north of the country. This has included commissions of all scales, from repair and restoration, such as All Saints, Barton on Irwell by E. W. Pugin, to large scale publicly funded regeneration projects as demonstrated at Stanley Park, Liverpool and Leeds City Museum.
Andrew joined Lloyd Evans Prichard in August 2011. Since studying at the University of Liverpool, Andrew has had a keen interest in historic buildings and the design of sustainable new buildings in historic environments. He has been able to explore this interest further and gain considerable practical, heritage experience working on projects of varying size and complexity, predominantly involving historic and/or listed buildings, for both public and private sector clients.
Andrew has been at Lloyd Evans Prichard for 15 years. After a career in high profile project management he moved into the conservation and repair of historic buildings. Andrew became a Chartered Surveyor accredited in the conservation of the historic environment in 2008 and now mentors candidates who are seeking to become accredited under the RICS scheme. Andrew has been involved in a number of award winning projects including Ordsall Hall, Salford and is noted for his high standards and understanding approach.
Dawn joined the practice in May 2016 as an Architectural Technologist, pursuing her career in Architecture. After studying Architectural Technology and Interior Design at the University of Huddersfield.read more
Duncan has worked for the practice on and off over 23 years, the last 10 as Associate with a general overseeing role in respect of the technical output of the office. Duncan is inspecting architect for a number of Listed Churches in the region, and is responsible for a number of grant aided, fabric repair projects, including the restoration of All Saints Barton upon Irwell, which was runner up in the EASA Prince of Prussia Gold Medal in 2010. In addition to his ecclesiastical portfolio Duncan has acted as Associate responsible for the day to day running of a number of large scale publicly funded regeneration projects, including Stanley Park, Liverpool, Leeds City Museum, St. Peter’s, Ancoats, and Heaton Hall.
During 25 years as a director of Lloyd Evans Prichard John has led the development of the practice and been key to its success as a firm of Architects specialising in repair, restoration, renovation and development of listed building and landscapes. John works closely with the project team and client on all the projects that he is involved with and seeks to promote high standards of professionalism and competence beyond the realms of the practice.
Layla joined LEP in early 2018 after several years in administration and management in offices in Manchester city centre.read more
Lucy joined Lloyd Evans Prichard in August 2016 after completing her degree in Architecture (International) at the University of Huddersfield.read more
Mair joined the practice in June 2018 after previously working as a specialist advisor for English Heritage/Historic England. She has over 15 years’ experience working with complex heritage issues. Her work has taken her to some strange places, including underneath steam engines, a punk rock squat and even appeared on BBC Television News warning the […]read more
Mark is an experienced conservation architect with a strong academic background, exemplified by his Diploma in the Conservation of Historic Buildings from the Architectural Association. He has worked on a range of historic and listed building projects within the practice, both secular and ecclesiastical, and has led a number of significant conservation and restoration projects. Mark also acts in a conservation consultancy role providing advice and direction to clients and peers alike. His design work focuses on finding new ways of working in and with existing structures and buildings that embrace the dialogue between the historic and modern.
Martin joined the practice in May 2018 after 17 years at a well-respected commercial architect in Manchester. He has worked on a wide variety of residential and commercial projects, with an increasing number of them having been Listed Buildings and in conservation areas. This lead to Martin’s particular interest in the design and creation of an architecture where contemporary meets historic. His most recent project of a conversion of a Grade II Listed Brewery into 73 residential apartments in Manchester was RICS Shortlisted in the Conservation category. Martin is an RIBA-accredited Conservation Architect.read more
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Natasha Gallimore joined Lloyd Evans Prichard after completing her degree in BA (Hons) Architecture International at the University of Huddersfield in 2018. Her passion for conservation and historic buildings began with visits to National Trust estates and when she designed the conversion of an existing church in to her dream home as an A-Level extended […]read more