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RRA Architects > Herefordshire

My Part 1 Placement at RRA Architects

May 23, 2020 / By admin

 “Working at RRA Architects, on placement as a Part 1, was one of the most educational and enjoyable experiences I have had while studying architecture.”   My Part 1 Placement at RRA Architects By Lucy Pietroni Working at RRA Architects, on placement as a Part 1, was one of the most educational and enjoyable experiences […]

Shortlisted for the NMITE Skylon Campus

January 31, 2020 / By admin

Shortlisted for the NMITE Skylon Campus A team members insight by Chanel Goodman   It was to my delight that a design brief from NMITE was put on the table in front of me at RRA! After having spent the last year as part of the Design Cohort for this new organisation, I was thrilled […]

Get A Proper Job

November 29, 2019 / By admin

Get A Proper Job By Chanel Goodman Last week, as part of the Herefordshire’s A Great Place project, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to run architectural workshops at a local school. The Great Place project aims to showcase and revitalize Hereford’s creative and cultural sectors. Architecture is an industry with its roots strongly […]

Two Cathedrals in Two Evenings

June 25, 2019 / By admin

In June we were very lucky to be invited to enjoy two, very different, events over two evenings in two magnificent venues – the Stroud College Fashion Show in Gloucester Cathedral and the Nave Dinner in Hereford Cathedral. Both were fabulous evenings where the prestige and grandeur of the space added enormously to the ambience […]

Holiday Homes Get Approval

November 27, 2018 / By admin

RRA  Customers Receive Planning Permission For Holiday Homes “We commissioned RRA to work on our project and design for us a scheme which would be sympathetic to the local Heritage. Alex Whibley and Alex Jones were exceptionally professional in their approach, efficient and responsive to the complexities of the planning rules and we were delighted […]

Call for Housing Land – Herefordshire SHLAA

June 30, 2018 / By admin

  Herefordshire Council calls for landowners who may have sites for possible future housing development The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is one of a number of evidence based and supporting studies produced or commissioned by local councils to inform the preparation of the new planning policy relating to housing delivery. Local Plans set […]

All Saint’s Church, Hereford 20 Years On . . .

June 16, 2018 / By admin

For the past six hundred years, All Saint’s Church has dominated the Herefordian skyline. Built in the 13th and 14th Centuries, the 125m spire was crowned with a gilded cock at the turn of the 20th Century and secured using cast iron rods through the stonework. This new focal point of the spire was one […]

First Look – The White House, an earth sheltered house

June 10, 2018 / By admin

This rural Herefordshire open countryside site is a gently sloping topography surrounded by mature trees and fields with a substantial earth mound forming the backdrop to the proposal. The project is conceived as a part earth sheltered V-shaped plan that thrusts up through the sloping landscape. The proposed roof is a turf roof, and the […]

Dutch Barn conversion planning approved

October 25, 2015 / By admin

UPDATE: Find out more on recent changes to planning regulations for permitted development for barn conversions.   RRA has secured another ‘open countryside’ planning permission, for a Dutch Barn, located in the parish of Kimbolton. The approved application is a good example of how planning permission can be obtained, within a rural location, especially when […]