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Waggon and Horses Pass The Finishing Post

October 29, 2021 / By admin

Our Waggon and Horses project has reached practical completion and, as a Thank You to the team and to show the scheme to prospective tenants, our client, CDMC Properties, held an Open House event at the project. The Inn dates back to the late 19th/early 20th Century, although it appears older as it was built […]

Beautiful Barns

May 17, 2021 / By admin

Working with planning consultants, Tompkins Thomas Planning, the intention is to convert and rejuvenate these beautiful, but redundant, old barns into a mixture of commercial units and workshops. With plenty of existing features and weathered materials, this building is full of interesting inspiration and unique spaces for us to work with and enhance.  Planning is […]

Contemporary Cotswolds

March 20, 2021 / By admin

Last month saw work begin on remodelling this large detached home in Gloucestershire with contractors am/pm247. Whilst already a lovely family home, RRA was appointed to reconfigure the layout for better circulation through the house, increase the energy efficiency and improve the aesthetics of the elevations. A feature staircase of steel, timber and glass will […]

Cirencester Charm

March 12, 2021 / By admin

Our exciting conversion project in the heart of Cirencester is making great progress on site, in spite of the weather trying to hold us back! The site, formally a derelict pub known as the Waggon and Horses, is being converted into 5 characterful homes all surrounding a beautiful courtyard. As a traditional style Inn the […]

Old Meets New

November 19, 2020 / By admin

Another of our projects recently finished in Gloucestershire is looking fabulous in the Autumn sunshine. Our client wanted to leave the original building relatively unchanged and remove an assortment of buildings previously extended to the rear to be replaced with a new structure.
The glazed link provides a new entrance whilst also allowing the original built form […]

X Marks The Spot – apparently that spot is at Canwood Gallery

June 21, 2018 / By admin

The RRA designed Canwood Gallery, a wonderful venue nestled deep within rural Herefordshire with the feel of a secret location, hosted a temporary exhibition at the end of April;  ‘X Marks the Spot’ of a secluded Herefordshire idyll where, during April this year, a diverse group of emerging artists have organised, marketed and installed an […]

micro project – Hereford coach house

June 7, 2018 / By admin

  This micro project, in the form of a coach house, converts a slice of Victorian Britain. Located in the back streets of the City of Hereford RRA’s involvement began when we were called to assist the Client to purchase the property at a public auction and to provide design advice as to how this […]

Designing Dutch Barn Conversions

May 30, 2018 / By admin

Over the years RRA has been a regular contributor to the world of barn conversions especially given our Grand Design success with Hillcott Barn, and now Dutch barns are the new hot-property residential building solution, which is one of Britain’s current successful property development opportunities. In December last year we explored the secret to unlocking […]

Art Gallery Project – Due to open spring 2016

June 2, 2016 / By admin

Nestled deep within rural Herefordshire, a private art gallery project is being developed, and is due for completion early 2016. RRA have been appointed to convert a series of existing agricultural buildings to form an art gallery and hospitality venue, in order to provide accommodation to host, art-gatherings, and a private art collection for our […]