Entries by Grace

Renovating and restoring property devastated by fire

When fire ripped through the historic Norfolk property Oulton Hall, its owner was devastated. But he was also determined to make the premises a happy family home once again. NJ Architects played a massive role in making this happen.

Introducing Hugh

At NJ Architects, we are lucky to work with some talented people who make our team truly fantastic. In a series of blog posts we are introducing you to some of them and finding out more about their inspirations and aspirations. Next up is Hugh Bunbury.

Your older home

Older buildings are valued because they tell us about the past, making a lot of them protected by authorities as they have special historic or architectural appeal. When owning or living in a listed building or living in a conservation area, there are other things to consider. But we are here to help you learn […]

Managing historic parish churches

England is known for having outstanding heritage, and part of this is its historical parish churches. Historic England is working towards understanding the particular challenges that people have in caring for this type of worshipping place in our society today.

Two Nicholas Jacob projects nominated in the RICS 2016 Awards

We’re thrilled to announce that two of our projects are nominated in a prestigious award scheme. A Grade II* listed country house and The Avenue Theatre are both nominated in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards for 2016. The East of England RICS Awards present the achievements of the most inspirational initiatives and developments […]