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Architecture practice opens Birmingham office

Donald Insall Associates launches new home in Edgbaston following amalgamation with another conservation practice

Donald Insall Associates is working with Birmingham Cathedral

An architecture practice which specialises in conservation projects has opened its first Midlands office in Birmingham.

Donald Insall Associates has launched a new studio in Edgbaston, making it the group's seventh UK office since it was founded in London nearly 60 years ago.

The Birmingham studio follows amalgamation with Christopher Thomas Architects, a specialist in conservation in the city since 1983.

Mr Thomas will be retained as a consultant to the new office.

The studio will offer services such as lead conservation architects and historic building consultancy work.

Current projects include work at the Grade II*-listed Birmingham Botanical Gardens in Edgbaston, heritage consultancy at the former Municipal Bank in Broad Street and acting as conservation architects for the re-use of the Grade I London Road Cemetery in Coventry.

It is also advising on a new project at Birmingham Cathedral.

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