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“ ...the practice is recognized as working sensitively in the historic styles of architecture......the design is a model of architectural literacy, does no violence to the building and is a work of genuine accomplishment ”

Anthony Symondson SJ - quoted in the Catholic Herald

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20th March 2017 STAGA News In the media Industry News

We are a friendly, approachable and hard-working team of architects, based in Salisbury’s Cathedral Close. Our aim is to create and conserve inspiring and sustainable places, working as a team with client and contractor to produce a successful project. If you love old buildings and biscuits...  Read More >

Press Release: Westminster Cathedral, St George's Chapel

24th October 2016 Current projects In the media

Press Release 19 October 2016 St George’s Chapel, Westminster Cathedral Completion of Decorative Scheme by Tom Phillips CBE RA The recently completed decorative scheme by Tom Phillips CBE RA in the Chapel of St George and the English Martyrs at Westminster Cathedral will be dedicated by His...  Read More >

Case Study: Westminster Cathedral

26th October 2015 Current projects

WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL: RE-ROOFING OF NAVE AND CHANCEL Client: The Trustees of Westminster Roman Catholic CathedralArchitect: St Ann’s Gate Architects LLPQuantity Surveyor: Synergy Bare Leaning & BareCDM Coordinator: Invicta Safety & Health Ltd.Contractor: Knight Asphalte Ltd. Commen...  Read More >

St Ann' Gate Architects - From the Beginning

21st September 2015

Michael Drury has been a partner in architectural practice at St. Ann’s Gate in Salisbury since 1976. On the retirement of his former principal, H.Dalton Clifford in 1981, he established a practice in his own name.  Antony Feltham~King joined him in 1997, forming ‘Michael Drury A...  Read More >

A Brief History of St Ann's Gate, Salisbury

21st September 2015

Built circa 1331 at the time the close was walled, St Ann’s Gate is one of four medieval gates to the Cathedral Close. It has a main room above the gate itself; formally a Chapel but rumoured to have been used for concerts as part of Malmesbury House in 18th Century. Handel is thought to ha...  Read More >