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Daniel Forshaw Design & Conservation Architects was established in 1992 and is led by Daniel Forshaw who is an AABC Accredited Conservation Architect with wide experience of architectural practice. We offer a full architectural service from inception to completion.

We are first and foremost designers with an interest in creating architecture that will make a lasting contribution to our heritage in years to come. Complementary to the design process, we have specialist knowledge and skills in the repair, conservation and alteration of period buildings and their settings. This expertise informs our design approach.

Our bespoke service includes a wide variety of projects. See the current list of clients, services and sectors in which we have a history of working.

If you are wanting pre-purchase advice and are considering buying a property as a home, office or as a commercial investment we can give you expert opinion on a property’s condition, its potential use and convertibility and the likelihood of obtaining necessary statutory consents. These accompanied visits will give you ideas and concepts to consider, with a clear path to progress your plans.


  • RIBA work stages 1 - 7 (appraisal to post completion)
  • Advice on historic buildings & Conservation Areas
  • HLF projects
  • Conservation plans
  • Feasibility study
  • Condition survey
  • Dimensional survey
  • Master planning
  • Project management
  • Consultant selection
  • Planning supervision / consultancy
  • Model Making
  • Photorealistic representation
  • Application & negotiation for grants
  • Quinquennial reports
  • CDM Co-ordinator


  • Civic and public buildings
  • Conservation
  • Disability & Special Needs
  • Ecclesiastical
  • Education
  • Healthcare
  • Housing
  • Leisure & Entertainment
  • Landscape & garden design
  • Oak Framing
  • Office and commercial
  • Period & Listed buildings
  • Scheduled Ancient Monuments
  • Sport
  • Visitor Centres


  • Trusts
  • City Councils
  • Private Clients
  • Parochial Church Councils
  • Developers
  • Galleries & Museums