The founder Robert Lavers RIBA ARPS is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and Associate of the Royal Photographic Society. During his training period Robert spent six months in a leading architect's office in Norway, gaining invaluable experience in construction in extreme conditions. Since then he has held a number of senior posts in both local government and private practice. 
Robert Lavers Architects Limited was established in 2010 and  has undertaken commissions for schools, offices, community buildings, new houses, student accommodation, barn conversions and small high quality housing developments. The practice has also undertaken the refurbishment of exclusive properties in St. James's Westminster, Belgravia and Chelsea in central London.
A selection of projects is listed below for which the practice provided varying levels of service from detailed design through construction details and specification to full contractual administration to completion.
The practice enjoys a close link with the planning consultancy Hancock Town Planning Ltd through which it is able to offer specialist expertise in all planning matters. 
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In addition to private clients the practice has undertaken work for the following organisations including several with which a longstanding working relationship has developed leading to repeat commissions:
                           Lilley Properties Ltd.                                           Umberslade Business Park & Estate
                           Duncan-Smith Properties Ltd.                            Allens Caravans (Estates) Ltd.
                          The Warwickshire Golf and Country Club           Stratford Oaks Golf Club
                          Juststuf Ltd.                                                          Capitol Tiles Supplies Ltd.
                          Derichebourg                                                       Stella Homes
                          Penningtons Solicitors LLP                                 Coventry City Council

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