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Countess Gytha Primary School Completed

April 7, 2016


The new Countess Gytha Primary School has been completed and will provide new facilities for the school and pupils of Queen Camel. Modern spacious classrooms with integrated IT and plenty of natural light will benefit the pupils, whilst the simple plan allows easy access to external play areas. The hall and kitchen area form part of the ‘community use’ side of the school and an attached Nursery and reception class allow the integration of all the community into one building.  The school was delivered with BAM Construction in 44 weeks.

queen camel primary school

Countess Gytha Primary School




NVB Projects Shortlisted for Regional LABC Building Excellence Awards

March 14, 2016

The new Pavilion at Dauntsey’s School, West Lavington and the Lower Sixth Boarding House “Florence Dyas” at St Mary’s School, Calne, both in Wiltshire, have been shortlisted for the 2016 West of England Regional LABC Building Excellence Awards in the Best Educational Building category.

NVB Architects and NVB Landscape are looking forward to the awards ceremony on 6th May.

Dauntseys Pavilion Exterior

Dauntsey’s School

St Mary's Calne

St Mary’s School, Calne

Rook Lane Hosts International Seminar on Renewable Energy

March 10, 2016

On Friday 4th March Rook Lane played host to speakers from Germany, France, Poland and the UK in the Switch to a Renewable Future Seminar. Topics under discussion centered around the differing approaches to Planning, Policy and Finance of the participating countries and how this affects delivery of renewable energy generation.

150 delegates from across Europe attended the conference which was organised by Frome Town Council and Frome Twinning Association and was funded by the EU. For further details and presentations please see:

Switch delegates arriving at Rook Lane.

Delegates arriving at Rook Lane.

New Pictures of Dauntsey’s Pavilion

January 25, 2016

The new pavilion at Dauntsey’s School is now complete.

The pavilion provides the School with much needed changing rooms for their excellent sports facilities and a multi-purpose space, which can accommodate over 200 people, with views of the sports pitches on three sides. There is a large terrace to provide sheltered viewing areas for spectators.

Mark Lascelles, Dauntsey’s School Head Master, said “It is a great credit to our architects that such a large building merges into the landscape so well and it is environmentally friendly too.”

Dauntseys Pavilion


Restored William De Morgan Windows Installed at NLCS

January 13, 2016

Two  beautiful William De Morgan stained glass windows, now superbly restored, have been installed in the link of the new classroom block we designed at NLCS. They are backlit and can be viewed from the new classroom central atrium.


William De Morgan Windows

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