dP Architects (North West) Ltd


telephone:  01244 313309

email:  mail@dparch.co.uk

dP Architects (North West) Ltd

We are widely experienced in domestic architecture from new build and home extensions to conversions and renovations.  We like to work closely with our clients to produce designs that fulfil their aspirations, whilst keeping within the budget. 


We are passionate about architecture (traditional and contemporary) and strive to achieve the best solution for each individual project.  We are dedicated to enhance the environmental aspects of our designs and we are currently working with local energy specialists on a range of projects.


We have designed and completed a variety of projects within conservation areas and areas of outstanding natural beauty.  Our early approach to local authority planning and conservation departments has secured the successful outcome of planning applications within these sensitive places. 


Following design and planning services - We offer detailed drawing and written specification for Building Regulations approval and construction.  Subject to the complexity of projects and clients requirements we are able offer 3d drawing services and highly detailed scale models.


We have been awarded with a commendation from the Georgian Group, as Liverpool Architects, for a refurbishment project in Seel Street, L1 (working along side Liverpool City Council THI, who provided the necessary project funding).

Contact us

If you have an idea for a building project please feel free to call us on 01244 313309, or email us at mail@dparch.co.uk 

At an awards ceremony held on 31st October 2011 at Christie’s, London - Viscount Linley (right) presented Peter Hoey of Liverpool City Council (centre) and David Proctor of dP Architects [NW] Ltd. (left) with a Certificate of Commendation, on behalf of the Georgian Group, for a number of refurbished Georgian buildings in the Ropewalks regeneration area in Liverpool.   David was the Architect for number 45 Seel Street, which was a building brought back from a crumbling, derelict state and is now fully restored - accommodating Offices at Lower levels and apartments above. 


Photograph courtesy of The Georgian Group / Nicholas Harvey