Gloucestershire architects expands into central London

Leading Gloucester-based architects, Roberts Limbrick, has opened a brand-new office in central London, strengthening its presence in the capital.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published
Roberts Limbrick's new London office is just a short walk from Paddington station.

Having had a presence in Gloucester for 30 years, one of the county's leading architects, Roberts Limbrick, has revealed exciting expansion plans with the opening of a brand-new office in central London. 

The new office in Paddington will manage projects in the south east, while work in Gloucestershire will continue out of its Gloucester headquarters on Bruton Way.

Last year was a big period of growth for the firm, with it undergoing a brand redesign and website launch; reaching the milestone of employing 100 members of staff; and opening its landscape architecture department. 

David Billingham, director at Roberts Limbrick, said: 'We’re proud of our growth at Roberts Limbrick. Last year we launched our new brand and this year we’re strengthening our London presence with our new office. The London team will work closely with our existing Gloucester and Newport offices, allowing us to enhance our services throughout the UK.'

Notable buildings in Gloucestershire designed by the firm include the Spirax Sarco HQ in Cheltenham, Hartpury College, Dobbies in Tewkesbury and Cheltenham Racecourse.

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