BSc Dip Arch. AA Dipl. Grad Dipl Cons (AA). RIBA
Alex is an award-winning architect with a uniquely contemporary and participative perspective whose portfolio includes nationally important church re-orderings such as St Peter’s Church, Peterchurch and breath-taking residential projects. Alex is a Quinquennial Inspecting Architect for the Diocese of London.
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Articles by Alex Coppock
Comments Off on How we help clients prepare for the journey of their project
“We found you really easy to work with, very ‘user-friendly’, and the process felt like a.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on What is it like to commission an architect-designed home?
In architecture there is typically a focus on the finished buildings and the architects themselves. However, we.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on What does good client-architect communication look like in a church re-ordering project?
This piece was originally written for a resource kit developed by Hereford Diocese and due for.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on The three elements that sit at the heart of a successful church re-ordering project
I have been fortunate enough to be the lead architect on numerous church.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on Which is more sustainable: refurbishing or rebuilding?
Whether it is more environmentally sustainable to refurbish or rebuild is a question that affects all buildings that need.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on How do I get planning permission for a barn conversion?
In recent years planning laws have changed to make it easier to build new homes. This means.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on The power and practicalities of participative architecture
Working with communities, as we do when working with church buildings, has unique challenges that are completely different to.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on How changes to permitted development rights are helping to create more homes in rural areas
A little while ago we reported on changes to planning law in.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on How can churches can be better cared for and used for the common good?
Here are some figures that are difficult to balance. Only 5% of people.. Continue Reading >
Comments Off on What the latest changes to planning law mean for you
In March 2012, the Government introduced a new National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF). It overhauled policy in.. Continue Reading >