back to listings SME Profile: GHK Architects
5 Port House, Square Rigger Row, Plantation Wharf, London, SW11 3TY
GILMORE HANKEY KIRKE LTD WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1973 AND PRACTISES AS GHK ARCHITECTS FROM ITS STUDIOS ON THE RIVER THAMES IN CENTRAL LONDON.
Our award-winning practice serves the whole of southern England, with the occasional overseas project, and specialises in sensitive contemporary and traditional design for sustainable projects that include new build, refurbishment, and historic building conservation. We have an exceptional track record with a diverse client base, encompassing both public and private sector commissions.
Our talented team brings creative energy, drive, and attention to quality and detail in all we undertake. We do not believe in standard solutions; each project is different. We understand the importance of our clients' objectives and strive to be pragmatic and innovative in our approach.
Our vision is to be recognised as setting the standard for excellence in all that we do.
GHK ARCHITECTS HAS WORKED WITH A BROAD RANGE OF CLIENTS ACROSS VARIED SECTORS, PUBLIC SECTOR CLIENTS INCLUDE:
- English Heritage
- Hertsmere Borough Council
- Historic Royal Palaces
- Parliamentary Works Directorate
- Plymouth City Council
- South Ham District Council
- South West Regional Development Agency
- The National Police Improvement Agency
- The National Trust
Our mainstream architectural work is supported by specialist Historic Environment Consultancy.
Historic Environment Consultancy includes all aspects of technical repair, and statutory control of works involving Heritage Assets.
When working with existing buildings, our starting point is a thorough understanding of the cultural significance of historic fabric and location. This provides a framework within which pragmatic, informed decisions can be made which respect the past and exploit opportunities for creative reuse and innovation. Our experience in this sector includes:
- Conservation Management Plans
- Conservation area appraisals
- Historic building and site research and assessment
- Statements of significance
- Planning negotiations
- Expert witness
- Quinquennial and quadrennial surveys and technical conservation consultancy
- Maintenance plans with prioritised schedules of works
- Alternative use studies.
Please click on the links below for more information on each of our projects:
- Culture and Leisure
- Heritage and Regeneration
- Institutional and Commercial
- Private Houses
- Residential Development
- Smaller Projects