Chedburn Codd are award-winning conservation architects, who specialise in the restoration, alteration and refurbishment of historic buildings – either in a full design/project management role or acting as consultants for projects requiring a conservation input.
The team are led by two directors, George Chedburn and Richard Codd, who bring a wide range of experience of working on historic buildings. Supported by their team of technical and architectural staff, they have developed an extensive portfolio of work, from private houses and churches to historically important buildings and monuments, for a range of individual clients including The National Trust and the Court Service.
The practice have a positive attitude to problem solving and seek to work closely with clients, to ensure their aspirations are fully realised in terms of quality, cost and programme – even within the confines of sometimes complicated planning and technical legislation, we always adopt a positive ‘can do’ approach.
The practice works throughout the southern half of the country, including London and as far north as Herefordshire. They are able to offer full architectural design and management services from the outset of a project right through to its completion, as well as a comprehensive research service which may include analytical recording of historic fabric, archival research and the coordination and preparation of written documentation to support Planning and Listed Building applications.