01234 783258

Owner- Mrs Laurane Bubbins

  1. RIBA Conservation Architect (CA)
  2. Chartered RIBA Architect (Royal Institute of British Architects)
  3. Registered Chartered Architects. (Architects Registration Board, Arb.)
  4. Architects Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC for Grade I Listed Buildings)
  5. Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC)

About Us

4 divisions modern and traditional, commercial and residential
1. Architects 4 Extensions

2. Architects 4 Listed Buildings

3. Architects 4 Churches

4. Architects 4 You (About us. Commercial & New build)

Local, established 1962, award winning business in Bedford, Bedfordshire
Best value for your money with stage payments when you are 100% satisfied.

No upfront costs. 

No agency

Expert Planning drawings, 

Space Planning and house plans

Expert Building Regulation drawings

Contracts on site with a builder, site inspections to completion.

Conservation Accredited/Historic building consultant

Only we provide a team of Architects, surveyors and structural engineers working together to provide the best service for you.Go to the Architects Registration Board (Arb) website to ensure that we are experienced, fully trained and qualified Architects . Go to Go to "Find an Architect " and type in the name Laurane Bubbins (Owner) or phone Arb on Tel :0800 389 6221

BEWARE -Under Section 20 of the Architects Act 1997, the title ‘architect’ is protected. It can only be used in business or practice by someone who has had the education, training and experience needed to become an architect, and who is registered with us. Firms or partnerships can use ‘architect’ in their business name, as long as a registered architect is in direct control. When someone uses the title ‘architect’, it means that people can check with us that they are dealing with a trained and qualified professional. The Act also protects the public from dishonest individuals who deliberately mislead people by calling themselves something they’re not like "Architectural Services" etc.


The late Architect Victor Farrar, who died aged 77 in 2006, put a training in classical design techniques to excellent use in his speciality of building restoration. He started his own architectural practice, later the Victor Farrar Partnership, in Bedford in 1962, and was known for taking a stand for conservation at a time when few professionals thought it worthwhile.In the St Albans and Peterborough dioceses, he was a conscientious architect to numerous historic churches. In 1975, he wrote (for the Bedford Society) a report suggesting new uses for four redundant churches in the borough, St Mary, St Cuthbert, Holy Trinity and St Leonard (only the last has since been demolished). He also supervised restoration of the nave and chancel, and the reordering of the interior of St Paul's, Bedford, in 1978.Chairman of the Bedford Society since 1980, he had earlier been its consultant architect and in that role organised the restoration of the listed Regency-style Priory Terrace in Bromham Road. The terrace, jointly owned by the borough and county councils, had been due for demolition in 1970 but, at his own expense, Victor prepared a restoration scheme and found a developer willing to buy and convert the near-derelict terrace into offices and flats. The restored Priory Terrace is now considered to be one of the town's showpieces.

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