We want to extend our congratulations to the Churches Conservation Trust who have been awarded £2.8m of Heritage Lottery funding this month in support of exciting proposals to bring a beautiful Grade 1 listed church in Sunderland back to life.

Holy Trinity, in the centre of Old Sunderland has long represented the heart of this area and is now set to enjoy a renaissance as a multi-use centre for community events, music, performance, crafts and storytelling, assuring its future for the long term.

This has been an incredibly exciting project for the practice and we are delighted to have been involved and are looking forward to a great future for the Canny Space.

Check out these links for more information from the Churches Conservation Trust, and also what links the Eurythmics to this exciting project…

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We’re really pleased to be able to share the news that the National Trust has been successful in their bid for HLF funding and has been awarded £3.7 million to help repair and conserve this Baroque masterpiece in Northumberland, bringing new life to Seaton Delaval Hall for visitors and the local community.

Director Jenny Gillatt, as an RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect, is leading the project for the practice and is thrilled – ‘It’s been a long road up to this point but it’s an incredible opportunity to work with the variety of buildings and structures across the historic estate’

As well as conservation work across the main buildings and landscape structures, Mosedale Gillatt have designed a series of contemporary interventions that will provide much needed visitor facilities such as the new Brewhouse cafe.

Further coverage of the announcement can be found at National Trust, BBC and Architects Journal

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We’re currently looking for talented and enthusiastic RIBA Part I or Part II Architectural Assistants to join us here at Mosedale Gillatt Architects.

As part of a dedicated team, we can offer a interesting and diverse workload to suitable candidates, in a relaxed but hard working environment.

If this sounds of interest to you, please send a CV and examples of relevant projects through to studio@mgarchitects.info


With a busy year and some interesting projects afoot, it’s been an exciting 2017.

This year we’re lucky enough to have been able to commission our own wintry forest collection by a local woodworker and friend of the practice. In return we’ve made a donation to their chosen charity – The North Wales Mountain Rescue Association.

And on that festive note, we’d just like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all of us here at Mosedale Gillatt Architects, see you in 2018!