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Regional RICS Conservation Award Winner

Laurane Bubbins has more than 30 years of expertise in the conservation and repair of traditional buildings and Churches, skilled in using traditional building techniques.

For alterations, additions or repairs, we are experts in the field. We have the right experience in almost every aspect of work involving the historic structures and are deeply committed to protecting our built heritage. Looking after a historic church can be a daunting responsibility and leave people wondering where to turn when work is required. Getting the right advice from the right people who genuinely care about both the needs of the custodian and building is vital. The correct care of an old building can be expensive however costs can be greatly reduced if regular maintenance is carried out. When repairs are required it is easy to panic and work is often unnecessarily done in a heavy handed way which both costs much more and detrimentally effects the character of the building.

Approved Architect for the Diocesan Advisory Committee of: 


St Albans Diocese

Ely Diocese

Peterborough Diocese

Oxford Diocese

  1. Suitably qualified Church Architect, recommended by the DAC and she has much experience of working on Grade I and Grade II Listed Buildings and Churches 
  2. Full understanding of Church care and restoration skilled in traditional building techniques
  3. Happy to visit the church and meet members of the PCC or fabric sub-committee. This meeting is crucial as a good working relationship will be needed between the PCC's and Laurane Bubbins.
  4. Happy to work on any additional work to carry out any repairs or alterations to the church. Laurane Bubbins is a full member of the AABC (Architect Accredited in Building Conservation) scheme and the RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects)) conservation accreditation scheme. (CA

Choose Laurane Bubbins as your Church Architect

Celebrating more than 50 years in business as Church Architects (1962)

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