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    Brynbella Hall

    Brynbella Hall stands in the North-Wales countryside. In 2001 the practice was asked to work on the hall, including improvements to external landscaping and to a detached lodge. Arrol and Snell drew on a particular interest in and practical experience of landscape and garden design to better integrate Brynbella Hall […]

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    Cilgwyn Mawr

    Cilgwyn Mawr was a derelict stone cottage that could be found in the dramatic rolling hills of North Wales. Arrol and Snell were commissioned to complete works to the house and surrounding landscape in two phases. The first phase repaired and restored the existing cottage, upgrading it to a property […]

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    York Minster – Piazza

    As Surveyor of the Fabric for York Minster, Andrew Arrol is overseeing a range of projects both for the Minster itself and for other properties in the precinct, such as the fifteenth-century St William’s College, which now acts as a conference centre and restaurant. The York Minster Revealed project includes […]

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    Lincoln Castle Saxon Sarcophagus Excavation

    http://www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/news/1000-year-old-saxon-sarcophagus-excavation-underway-at-lincoln-castle/118315.article

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    Our work dated 1989

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    Working on Yorkminster

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  • PRO-L&G-BRY-FEAT

    Brynbella Hall

    Brynbella Hall stands in the North-Wales countryside. In 2001 the practice was asked to work on the hall, including improvements to external landscaping and to a detached lodge. Arrol and Snell drew on a particular interest in and practical experience of landscape and garden design to better integrate […]

  • PRO-L&G-CIL-FEAT

    Cilgwyn Mawr

    Cilgwyn Mawr was a derelict stone cottage that could be found in the dramatic rolling hills of North Wales. Arrol and Snell were commissioned to complete works to the house and surrounding landscape in two phases. The first phase repaired and restored the existing cottage, upgrading it to […]

  • PRO-L&G-PIA-FEAT

    York Minster – Piazza

    As Surveyor of the Fabric for York Minster, Andrew Arrol is overseeing a range of projects both for the Minster itself and for other properties in the precinct, such as the fifteenth-century St William’s College, which now acts as a conference centre and restaurant. The York Minster Revealed […]

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    The Buttermarket

    The Buttermarket was built in 1835. Standing at the terminus of the Shropshire Union Canal, it catered for the flow of fresh market produce brought into Shrewsbury by canal boat. The canal would have travelled from this point to Jackfield, Ironbridge. The railway came into Shrewsbury in the […]

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    Bromfield Gatehouse

    The ancient gateway entrance into the former Bromfield Priory consists of a medieval stone structure with a 16th century super structure and nineteenth-century enlargements. The gateway was in poor structural condition and had been unused for many years. The upper parts of the gatehouse were converted into a […]

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    The Mount, Chepstow

    The Mount dates from the late eighteenth to early nineteenth century, standing on the outskirts of Chepstow, an ancient and historically important walled town on the River Wye. The house and grounds have been developed to provide 24 residential units (four converted units within the original house and […]

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    Tean Mills

    The practice has undertaken the careful regeneration of a large and important complex of Grade II* mill buildings dating from the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries – consisting of both timber-framed and cast-iron framed buildings. The conversion of the mill buildings has resulted in the provision of 72 […]

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    Riverside Meadow

    The Riverside Meadow, formerly the site of Shrewsbury Town football ground since the turn of the 20th century became available when the football club relocated to a new out of town stadium. The site was acquired by developers and Arrol and Snell Ltd obtained Planning Permission for a […]

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    Century House

    The project involved a scheme for a residential and commercial development on a difficult town centre site in Shrewsbury. The proposals required the demolition of an existing building in a conservation area and involved lengthy negotiations with English Heritage and the Local Authority along with a full scheme […]

Aiming high

We work with ambitious businesses. Why? Because we share the belief that good architecture can be right at the heart of their success. You needn’t look far to see the value effective architecture can add.

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A bit about us

Established in 1980, the practice operates from its own premises at St Mary's Hall in Shrewsbury, a large and well equipped studio-plan office in the heart of Shrewsbury.

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