Making Historic Buildings fit for the 21st Century.    


Angel Architecture Ltd is a small practice offering a full range of architectural services with, additionally, specialist knowledge in conservation and historic buildings.

Resolving problems and providing innovative solutions for owners of listed buildings, engaging with community groups to gain funding, enabling clients to appreciate and value their heritage. We are happy to manage entire projects, including contract management, or to work alongside other specialists on your team.

Not sure what owning a listed building means or if you need listed building consent? Read more here.


Coronavirus Statement

In light of the current Coronavirus crisis, we would like to assure our clients, both current and prospective, that the nature of our business remains roughly unaffected and we are operating as normal. We can still produce information and applications for both planning permission and listed building consent. We can also prepare appeals and provide advice. Site visits are not possible at the current time, but we can conduct much of the onsite work via video call, which we will set up and guide our clients through when necessary.


Sladers Yard Grade II listed Building. Lunch with Kim Sankey, Helena Jenkinson and Adrienne Ridler-Lee.

Weekly Blog – 14

After two years at Angel Architecture, today marks my final day. I am truly grateful […]

Stalbridge Post Office Conservation Architect

Weekly Blog – 13

It is amazing what gems lie hidden within a relatively modest building, this one Stalbridge […]

April News

This month’s projects include submissions for two in Dorset in Stalbridge and Netherbury, and two […]

“Chartered architects are changing culture and can look forward to being able to better demonstrate competence to provide assurance to clients and the public.  The RIBA requires its members to address carbon literacy, professionalism, public health and life safety.  The RIBA are stepping up and creating the conditions in which architects, the only regulated profession in the construction industry, can truly deliver for everyone.”

The Way Ahead , Alan Jones, FRIBA, President of the Royal Institute of British Architects

Kim Sankey, Director, Angel Architecture

Kim Sankey founded Angel Architecture in 2014 after a career spent wholly in the care and repair of old buildings. Download a PDF of her full CV here.