Bath architects mark 25th anniversary by sponsoring city’s Literature Festival

January 2, 2013

Nash Partnership, the Bath-based architectural practice, is to sponsor this year’s Independent Bath Literature Festival as part of its 25th anniversary celebrations.

The practice, which also has an office in Bristol, was started in 1988 by Edward Nash and has grown over a quarter of a century to become one of the most respected and successful firms in its sector, working alongside private and public sector clients in the West of England, nationally and internationally.

Edward is still at the helm as senior partner and is spearheading plans for the next 25 years to ensure the practice retains its market dominance.

The practice’s areas of expertise span architecture, conservation, planning and masterplanning, urban design and landscape architecture, regeneration, affordable housing and private residential design. It now employs more than 30 people.

The firm has a calendar of events throughout this year to mark its anniversary as well as backing the Literature Festival, which will include more than 150 events between March 1 and 10.

Practice profile manager Amanda Salamon said: “2013 is going to be a memorable and exciting year for us as we celebrate our 25th anniversary, our success and vision for the next 25 years.

“Although we have faced challenging times alongside our property colleagues, the practice has ridden the storm and continues to deliver award-winning design and expert services to clients far and wide.

“These celebrations are a real testament to our staff who provide the very best design and service and to our clients who continue to work with us on some of the region’s most exciting and rewarding schemes.”

Last November the practice secured outline planning consent on a major residential development near Cheltenham Racecourse – the largest it has ever handled.


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