Finlason Partnership Limited (FPL) is an architectural practice offering architects services to a wide range of client types on both a local & national basis from offices in Hale, Cheshire, at the edge of Manchester. Finlason Partnership is a trusted RIBA Chartered Practice and on the AABC Register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation.
As evident from our online portfolio FPL actively work in all sectors comprising the full spectrum of architecture, encompassing both new build and refurbishment/alterations. FPL works with projects varying in size from very small domestic extension projects and investigative work through to managing and delivering multi-million pound architectural projects and programme of work. For a glimpse of some of our completed schemes visit our portfolio.
FPL has a particular specialism in the conservation and repair of historic and listed buildings, with numerous projects live on site at any given time. FPL’s AABC registration provides clients with the assurance that as skilled conservation architects our involvement protects the historic built environment from damaging interventions devised by people not skilled in historic building conservation and adaptation.
Understanding our client’s needs, be they a business, a developer, individual, church or community group, is fundamental to our ethos. We listen, and develop a brief for each project that captures both the physical and operational requirements and aspirations. Managing Director, Alex Finlason has twenty five years experience as a design team leader on significant projects across the UK and this together with the practice’s twenty years of experience results in well-considered design appropriate to each client’s requirements.
FPL takes pride in meeting client’s needs, being flexible in approach, yet single-minded in achieving objectives. The people we employ are of the highest professional competence; they have passion & belief in what the architects practice can achieve. The greatest accolade is that clients return to us and, indeed, become advocates of our practice.