Nicholas Morley – Cultivating the Architectural Field with his Excellence

Nicholas Morley

The architectural field is filled with huge challenges and demands a unique sense of creativity and knowledge to fly high in the sky of success. Being a successful architect, Nicholas Morley is constantly excelling in his field and has become an inspiration for other aspirants who are willing to touch the heights of success.

With his incredible work and dedication, he has set a benchmark for the competitor in the field. His interest and passion in the field allow him to gain a vast post qualification experience of over 18 years. His way of manage several projects with complete determination gave a new shape to his rewarding career and made him the most renowned Chartered Architect in Bristol & Bath.


He developed his interest in the architectural field in his young age and decided to convert his passion into a career. So, he took his first step towards his dreams by completing his graduation from Manchester University, in the year 1992. After that, he continued his practice and qualified the Part 3 professional examination, in order to be a certified architect of United Kingdom, in the year 1994.

In the year 1997, he was honored as a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects for his vast knowledge and artistic approach in the field. 

 Nicholas Morley Architects

At the beginning stage of his career, Nicholas Morley polished his unique skill set by serving multiple reputed consultancies and gained vast experience in the field. For his innovative work management, he always admired by his clients.

He carries a vast vision of his interest and decided to build his own architectural firm. In the year 2008, he founded, Nicholas Morley Architects, he firmly understands the requirements of clients related to the project and leaves no stone unturned to deliver high-end services that meet their satisfaction level. He offers a wide range of architectural services through his firm that are mentioned below:

  • Planning applications
  • Listed buildings and conservation area consents
  • Feasibility studies
  • Conceptual/sketch scheme designs
  • Site inspections and project monitoring
  • Masterplanning
  • Development appraisals
  • Building regulations applications
  • Construction/working drawings

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