After seven years of study, two members of our urban design and architecture teams have just become fully qualified architects.
Laura joined Nash Partnership in 2012 and has been studying at UWE in Bristol. Laura is a member of our urban design and conservation teams and has recently worked on projects including the regeneration of a mixed tenure estate of 212 non-traditional Woolaway homes in Taunton, and a community-led project to regenerate the centre of Southmead in Bristol.
Nick joined Nash Partnership in 2011 and studied at UWE and the University of Portsmouth. Nick has worked on projects including the development at McArthur’s Yard in Bristol, which will see 147 new homes built on a site that has been derelict for 20 years. He has also worked on a development scheme that will create 171 new apartments plus office and retail space at the key Bath regeneration site of Roseberry Place.
Commenting on their new qualifications, Nick said: “I’m really happy to be fully qualified and look forward to progressing with our range of exciting projects in Bristol.” Laura said: “I’m hoping to expand my urban design and conservation skills and look forward to continued engagement with communities in the South West.”
Senior Partner Edward Nash said: “As a practice, we know how important it is to nurture talent across a range of disciplines and to support the career ambitions of our team members. We were delighted to see that Laura and Nick’s dedication and commitment to working in the industry has paid off and it is pleasing to have seen them develop their skills over many years. We look forward to continuing to support Nick and Laura on their career paths through the wide ranging opportunities our multi-disciplinary team skillset provides.”