Blog - Pride Road Architects

Outstanding Ofsted school catchment areas in New Forest and Bournemouth

30/12/2019, by Laura Simpkins


If you’re living in Mudeford and Christchurch – then you’re living in the catchment of an Outstanding School. With three…

Should I get an architect to help with my house extension in the New Forest & Bournemouth area?

30/12/2019, by Laura Simpkins


You may not have considered that you would contact an architect for a small project such as a house extension….

Downsizing in Dorset

27/12/2019, by Laura Simpkins


Our clients moved to Dorset to be near grandchildren and to enjoy all that this wonderful area has to offer…

An innovative New Forest house extension

18/12/2019, by Laura Simpkins


This substantial extension with double height living space and large family kitchen illustrates the value in having a qualified architect…

Pride Road’s newest Lioness arrives in New Forest and Bournemouth

18/12/2019, by Lisa Raynes


Pride Road New Forest & Bournemouth opens for business 6 Jan 2020 Laura Simpkins is an architect with 20 +…

Business Networking for Women in Manchester – July 2019

04/07/2019, by David Johnson


Join Magda, Pride Road Architect & Francesca, founder & designer of Design by Helium Kitchens in Manchester for this special…

Top Tips for Looking After Your Mental Wellbeing

16/05/2019, by Lisa Raynes


Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 During Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, here at Pride Road we have been reflecting on…

5 Top Tips for Designing a House Extension!

17/04/2019, by Catherine Traynor


Designing a house extension that will enhance your home and the way you live involves much more than just plonking…

Ladies Brunch Networking in Chorlton

01/04/2019, by Magdalena Haener


Tomorrow on the 2nd of April, Magda the local Architect from Pride Road South Manchester will stop designing houses and…

Have you met your local Urmston architect?

01/04/2019, by Magdalena Haener


Urmston is an area that’s been receiving some serious media coverage recently for its indie vibes, good schools and affordable houses….

International Women’s Day 2019

04/03/2019, by Lisa Raynes


This Friday (March 8) is International Women’s Day 2019, a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements…

Join us for the Ladies Lunch Business Network

08/01/2019, by Magdalena Haener


The Ladies Lunch Business Network event is for any local women in the Manchester area from any industry to come…

Grand Design-ing Your Future!

21/12/2018, by Lisa Raynes


Alone We Can Do So Little; Together We Can Do So Much I recently returned from Grand Designs Live where…

Fancy a Working Lunch with Me at Grand Designs?

29/09/2018, by Lisa Raynes


Whoever cooked up the name for TV show Grand Designs when it first aired in 1999 (that’s right almost 20…

RIBA National Council vote: How I’m hoping to strengthen, diversify and future-proof the architect profession

09/07/2018, by Lisa Raynes


Voting is now open for RIBA National Council and I’m proud to stand as the only candidate from Manchester and…

Pride Road at Pop Up in The Palm House

26/04/2018, by Catherine Traynor


This month Pride Road were at Pop Up in The Palm House! Liverpool South Architect Catherine was at the creative…

And the winner is…

25/04/2018, by Lisa Raynes


by Lisa Raynes Award season is in full flow and I am delighted to say I have been nominated for…

Why franchise?

23/04/2018, by Lisa Raynes


How A Franchise Can Offer You A Jumpstart Towards Owning Your Own Practice What motivates most people to start a…

Pride Road Architects and Cracking Good Food – connecting through the kitchen

10/04/2018, by Magdalena Haener


Connecting through the kitchen One of our Manchester architects Magda heard about the Cracking Good Food organisation through her friend (and now…

Ladies Brunch  – meet the Architect and the Kitchen Designer

10/04/2018, by Magdalena Haener


Ladies Brunch  – meet the architect and the kitchen designer on Friday the 27th April Meet the architect Magda. Together…

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