From our offices near Manchester, we design and deliver projects throughout the country for clients across a range of sectors, including housing, commercial, conservation and education. Founded in 1947 as the Bernard Taylor Partnership, today our projects range in scale from multi-million pound housing developments, through to the restoration of churches and historic buildings to commercial premises and schools.
We appreciate that good working relationships are fundamental. This is why we invest time and energy working closely with our clients, building users and local communities to create special places to live, work, learn and play.
Congratulations to BTP Director, Vicky Saunders who recently joined the RIBA Conservation Register as a Specialist Conservation Architect (SCA). Vicky joins a small group of registered Architects in the UK
BTP can help you bring your projects life with our high-end 3D architectural visualisations. Using the latest software we can produce a full range of static 3D images, animated walkthroughs
A massive well done to Lee Podmore who has recently been promoted to Associate and joins BTP’s senior management team. Having spent over 25 years in the construction industry, and
Award winning BTP Architects has helped deliver more homes for veterans, after work was completed on phase two of a scheme made famous by the BBC programme DIY SOS. With the
Heron House recently opened its doors to lucky residents in Rawtenstall. Designed by BTP, the house provides 16 state of the art affordable rented apartments for the over 55s. As award-winning
We were appointed as lead architects for the restoration work with a focus to ensure a long-term viable use for the house by making it fully accessible to the public
BTP’s design has delivered 12 new affordable rented apartments for the over 55s on the site of a former derelict block of flats in the centre of Waterfoot. As award-winning specialists
We were appointed to design and deliver a programme of 72 new build two- and three bedroom houses and bungalows constructed over five brownfield sites as part of the Group's