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Is there an architect in the house?

PUBLISHED: 18:17 09 September 2011 | UPDATED: 19:58 20 February 2013

Is there an architect in the house?

Is there an architect in the house?

Local architects practice, coombes:everitt architects LLP, have been approved as an architect for the 2011 Architect in the House scheme

Architect in the House

Local architects practice, coombes:everitt architects LLP, have been approved as an architect for the 2011 Architect in the House scheme.

Architect in the House is an innovative scheme run by Shelter, thehousing and homelessness charity, and the Royal Institute of BritishArchitects (RIBA). The scheme seeks to match homeowners with a local RIBA charteredarchitects, such as coombes:everitt architects, who provide anhour long design consultation.In exchange for these consultations, homeowners are encouraged to each make suggested donations of 40 to Shelter.

Last year, over 1,000 chartered architects took part in the scheme and raised over 115,000, of which more than 10,000 was secured from donations made in the South West region. coombes:everitt architects already sponsor Shelter with charitable donations and are encouraged by the popularity of this scheme and the positive impact this will have on fund raising for such a good cause.

coombes:everitt architects LLP, Unit 1, The Old Dairy, Rushley Lane, Winchcombe, GL54 5JE, tel: 01242 807727, www.ce-architects.co.uk

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