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Whitby Abbey Visitor Centre Reducing Carbon Emissions

Native Architects are delighted to have been appointed by English Heritage to act as Conservation Architect for the Grade I Listed and Scheduled Monument that forms the Whitby Abbey Visitor Centre main building and site. The aim of the project is to replace a defective and failing roof covering with a new stainless steel roof…

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23 High Petergate, Guy Fawkes Inn and Masonic Hall Yard, York

We’re delighted to announce that Planning and Listed Building Consent has been secured by JEH Planning and Native on behalf of the owners, HRH Hotels Group, for work at the Grade 1 Listed Building at 23 High Petergate, York. This exciting project, located in the historic facing the great west end of York Minster, also…

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Breathing Joy Into the Community

Native Architects are delighted to have been appointed by Peacock and Verity to transform 15 Silver Street, Masham, an early eighteenth-century derelict building, into a new sustainable community space offering town services, housing, education and employment. With its new identity and fully restored historic fabric, 15 Silver Street will showcase an Edwardian tearoom, a heritage…

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Green Transformation for 32 Market Place in Malton

We’re delighted to announce that planning permission and Listed Building consent have been secured by Native on behalf of the owners, Fitzwilliam (Malton) Estate, for the alterations and new works to allow conversion of 32 Market Place in Malton to offices. This Grade II listed landmark building, situated in the Market Place in Malton, was…

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Healthy on the Inside

We were delighted to be asked by Friends of the Dales to write an article for the Yorkshire Dales Review Magazine – Spring Edition (Building Environment). Our article titled ‘Healthy on the Inside’ takes a look at how interior wall insulation can improve the energy efficiency of older properties without spoiling their historic character.  

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Green in every way

Native Architects are celebrating 25 years of creating low carbon constructed, beautiful, sustainable, and inspiring buildings.  To celebrate our anniversary, Native teamed up with St Nicks and planted 100 trees as part of the Green Corridors York Project. Green Corridors York is a project which includes several sites in the York District, including Clifton Ings,…

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It’s Green for Whitby Gin

Native are delighted that our planning application for a new gin distillery for our client Whitby Distillery has been granted consent. The new distillery will be built in the grounds of the famous Whitby Abbey on the site of the now disused Abbey Lands Farm. Using the redundant Grade II Listed barns, the proposals extend…

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Things you need to know about listed buildings

Ever wondered why or how a building is listed? If so, this Native Architects guide to listed buildings is for you. Listing marks and celebrates a building’s special architectural and historic interest, and also brings it under the consideration of the planning system, so that it can be protected for future generations. Native Architects are…

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The cross returns to York Baptist Church after roof repairs

Native Architects are delighted to announce that the York Baptist Church roof repairs project is now complete with the return of the cross. Thanks to a grant from the National Churches Trust roof repairs have been able to be undertaken on the Grade II listed York Baptist church making the building watertight and preserving its…

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