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Randle White Randle White aims to maximise the end property value by working in partnership with its clients, from project conception through to building completion. We're dedicated to the delivery of design services which go beyond architectural innovation. With over 25 years of industry experience Randle White has the resources to make the most of any design opportunity.

Importantly, however, we also have the accreditation and background to provide the necessary reassurance. As a regulated member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT), two internationally recognised industry bodies endorse our skills and competence.

This membership not only pays testimony to our qualifications and overall credentials but it also affords our clients with key benefits, such as protection via professional indemnity insurance subject to conditions.Randle White approaches residential design for our private clients as seriously as any of our commercial projects.
Highlights

This 2018 development was built in the Green Belt following a successful Certificate of Lawfulness application to establish the area as previously developed land. The dwelling replaced a portal frame barn. The new build two storey, five bed detached dwelling offers various design features: Barrowdale facing brickwork, smooth red bands, flush casement

Greenhill Cottage in Lower Whitley provides an example of smart development within the green belt. With four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a triple detached garage and a landscaped pond, the new design was some two to three times larger than the existing property. Yet the impact on the surrounding environment is minimized via innovation. By setting the

Tasked in 2011 with the design of a replacement dwelling, Randle White were appointed to procure planning permision for a new home to be significantly larger than the existing. Following a successful Certificate of Lawfulness application to justify an increase in floor area and volume we set to work on the design of a new house within the greenbelt

This new build house was designed by Roger White for a local Lymm family. In replacing the former motorway vehicle recovery site the planning application utilised the original built form of the site to justify the overall scale and size of the new house as it was located in the Green Belt. The house provided family rooms, six bedrooms, ensuites, triple

This development involved the design and construction of four new detached family homes. Working with Abode Property Development, the Poynton-based home builder that Randle White Architects collaborated with on the Oak View project, the challenge was to maximise plot density without compromising on design quality. The Lostock Hall Road development offers

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