July will be another busy month for us – with new appointments for North Cadbury Neighbourhood Plan, two listed buildings, one in Bridport, the other in Upottery, a project in each of the three counties in which we operate. The most interesting development is that RIBA Part I student Helena Jenkinson is joining us as a summer intern from the University of the West of England. She is going to have hands-on experience of how we work, seeing designs evolve and repairs being implemented on site.
It is such a privilege to be selected for the summer internship with Angel Architecture. I am really looking forward to working alongside Kim and experiencing all aspects of her specialist business.
As Conservation has been such a strong interest of mine, this opportunity is invaluable and I am very eager to learn about the life of an architect from Kim first-hand. I cannot wait for the internship to begin and to join the team for the summer.
I’ve written a piece with Lloyd & White listing five tips for maintenance of your listed heritage home this season. You can read the article here.