me 2015Angela Heeley qualified as an architect over 25 years ago and worked for the government before starting in self-employment under the name “Heeleys Architects” in 1998, when her children were small.

She is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Association of Consultant Architects, and, through a postgraduate certificate in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution, is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABrian Heeley BA(Hons) Architecture – an experienced Architectural Technologist, joined the practice in 2002. 

Brian & Angela have been together for over 30 years and have over 75 years of experience in the construction industry between them. They have both completed the RIBA Principal Designers course for CDM 2015 Health & Safety regulations. 

Heeleys initially specialised in Planning and other Statutory consents for the Conservatory industry. Since then it has expanded to include works such as showrooms, domestic extensions, award-winning bespoke houses, new-build, renovation and refurbishment.

Today, still a comparatively low-tech operation the emphasis is on delivering expertise with speed and value. For detached houses and larger projects models are made which convey an immediate understanding of scale and proportion.

“Architect” is a protected title in the UK, and misuse of the title is a criminal offence. The Architects Registration Board holds the government’s register of Architects and regulates their activities.

All architects in the UK are listed on the Architects Register – http://www.architects-register.org.uk/architect/058074K

Areas covered – 
Shrewsbury, Telford, Oswestry, Newport, Bridgnorth, Welshpool, Ironbridge, Wellington, Wolverhampton, Wednesbury, Staffordshire, Ludlow, Market Drayton, Shifnal, Ellersmere, Church Stretton, Whitchurch, Much Wenlock, Wem, Pontesbury,