Peter Napier and Co


Astley Castle  also received the RICS West Midlands Award 2013 for Conservation.

September 2013 - RIBA Stirling Prize Award - Astley Castle.

Astley Castle received the RIBA Stirling Prize Award 2013.  This is the most prestigious award within the field of Architecture, and its an honour to be associated, and to have worked on such a project.

Peter Napier & Co was involved in the project from the earliest stages, being responsible for the conservation and vital stone repairs to the ruins of the 12th Century fortified Manor. Once the original building was rejuvenated and made stable, it was handed over to Witherford Watson and Mann Architects, for them to design a scheme to put a new building within the ruins, and produce a design that would bring home the highly coveted award.

RIBA Stirling Prize Award.


Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre at Manchester was completed in 2014.

Practice News.


Short listed for the new Ffestiniog and Welsh Highland Railway station at Caernarfon.


Survey of Grade 1 listed Readers House in Ludlow.

Late medieval stone building owned by the Palmer’s Guild and housing the Grammar School in the late 15th Century.

Pictured here, Hannah Wood and hydraulic lift operator.


Redevelopment of Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre at Evesham is on track to commence on site in the late Spring 2015. The start has been delayed for 12 months due to the presence of bats and grate crested newts.


Redevelopment of Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre at Newbury is in for planning at the present time (March 2015)


The decision by the Planning Inspectorate after a 15 day Public Inquiry against refusal of planning permission to demolish this Shrewsbury Town Centre building as that it be REFUSED.