Daly Martin Williams Architects

Concept sketch and construction view

Conservation Project in Wimborne

Last week we made a site visit to one of our local conservation projects under construction in Colehill, Wimborne. The scheme is making good progress with the thatch due to be installed this week. We have worked collaboratively to establish grounds to rebuild, and extend this cottage, working closely with the conservation officer at East Dorset District Council and the National Trust.  
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DMWA visit Ibstock

DMWA tour the Ibstock Brick Factory

DMWA were delighted to take part in the RIBA’s local event and tour at Swanage’s Ibstock Brick Factory alongside local practices and members of the RIBA. The Swanage site is one of the last remaining handmade brickworks, producing 3 million handmade and stock bricks per year. It was a privilege to learn how traditional processes are still being used to craft these bespoke bricks which have contributed to over 100 years of architecture and construction. Follow this link to find out more : http://www.ibstock.com/ 
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Glazed garden pavilion approved in Dorset

Approval for Glazed Pavilion in Dorset

DMWA are delighted to confirm that we have been granted approval for a glazed pavilion in the heart of a historic setting in East Dorset. Works are due to commence on site in spring ’17. Progress photos to follow..
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10 Unit Scheme Approved in Wimborne

10 Unit Scheme Approved in Wimborne

DMWA are delighted to confirm that a Reserved Matters Application has been approved by East Dorset District Council for Marks Yard; a 10 unit residential scheme in the heart of Wimborne. The brownfield site was previously used as a Coach House and had been unused for many of years. This proposal reflects the historic character of the town, providing a mix of 2 – 4 bedroom town houses, designed around a central parking courtyard. The site is currently being marketed by Savills of Wimborne.
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