Nicholas Morley Architects was founded by Nick Morley in 2008 having previously been a managing director of a national practice based in Bristol. Nick is a Chartered Architect having studied at Manchester and Bath Universities before becoming a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1997.
The practice has offices in Bristol and Bath, and has a great amount of experience in working on projects of different types and scales, ranging from house extensions to large scale residential developments encompassing hundreds of new dwellings, and new community centres and pre-school facilities. The practice specialises in the resolution of difficult planning applications, and in achieving planning permission on difficult application sites.
Our clients range from individual house owners, to property developers, to town councils and local authorities. Whatever the project type or scale, we are able to respond to the individual needs and requirements of the client.
Nicholas Morley Architects won the London Evening Standard New Home Award for their scheme at the old Winchester Library which was converted into fourteen luxury apartments for Beechcroft Homes.