Lunnon Hale Architects
the practice


 is a small practice offering architectural services for the repair and restoration of historic buildings. We also design new buildings, building conversions and extensions on sensitive and small sites. We advise on suitable thermal enhancement where possible, to existing buildings-'retrofitting'.

Founded in 2006, the practice is based in the heart of the Thames Valley. The easily accessible location enables us to provide professional services locally and further afield. In 2013, the practice established a base in Devon's South Hams District.

Jane Lunnon has worked for over 20 years in the historic buildings sector and has extensive experience of achieving Listed Building Consents and of working with Historic England and Local Authority Conservation and Planning Officers. She has worked on the most eminent grade 1 and 2* listed buildings through private practice. Membership on the RIBA's list of Specialist Conservation Architects (SCA), enables the administration of Heritage Lottery Funded architectural projects.

Jane is on the London and Oxford DAC's (Diocesan Advisory Committee's) Approved List of Inspecting Architects, qualifying her for the appointment as an inspecting architect to Church of England churches under the Care of Churches and Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Measure 1991.

The Practice Approach:
  • To approach each project on its own merit, with commitment, creativity and enthusiasm, from the grandest to the most modest buildings.
  • To coordinate other professional consultants including engineers, conservators, archaeologists and surveyors as and when required.
  • The Practice places great value on landscapes and historic townscapes and these are an intrinsic consideration in the building's design or alteration.
  • Jane has an RHS General Certificate in horticulture and can offer landscape design services.