Robert Potter & Partners LLP

Robert Potter & Partners LLP are a general practice with four offices, located in Ayr, Dumfries, Glasgow and Stranraer. We have extensive experience of almost every building type, and have completed projects throughout the country. Our particular strength is in understanding the nature of a project and our Client's objectives. As Architects, we bring flair, commitment and enthusiasm, balanced by pragmatic and practical analytical skills and wide-ranging experience. We have a good business relationship with all our major Clients and enjoy continuity of repeat commissions. We are DTI Constructionline approved for an extremely wide range of building types. Particular specialisms include designing for dementia, healthcare, social housing, private housing, crematoria, education, historic building conservation, and designing for low energy use.

Chartered Practice

Robert Potter & Partners LLP is an RIAS Chartered Practice.

Address

7 Miller Road
AYR KA7 2AX
United Kingdom

Telephone

01292 261228

Facsimile

01292 611644

Specialisms

    Awards won

    Scottish Care Award for Best Care Home Design 2012

    Concrete Society Awards Certificate of Excellence 2012

    Concrete Society Awards Commendation in Sustainability 2012

    Regional Finalist: Civic Trust Awards 2012

    Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Scotland Building Conservation High Commendation 2008

    Galvanizing Awards Short List 2008

    Saltire Awards Short List 2007

    British Urban Regeneration Award 2006

    Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Scotland Regeneration Award 2005

    British Urban Regeneration Award 2005

    Glasgow Institute of Architects Commendation 2005

    Dynamic Place Award 2004

    Glasgow Institute of Architects Commendation 2004

    Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning Commendation 2004

    Royal Institute of British Architects Award 2001

    Glasgow Institute of Architects Award 2001

    Dynamic Place Supreme Award 2001

    Dynamic Place Design Awards High Commendation 2001

    Short Listed for The Adapt Trust Access Award 2001

    Royal Town Planning Institute Supreme Award 2000: The Silver Jubilee Cup

    Regeneration of Scotland Award Commendation 2000