ADG Architects

ADG Architects Limited is a full service Architects’ practice, dedicated to creating and enhancing practical and valuable buildings and spaces by outstanding design. We deliver a partner-led, 360 degree service, from concept and feasibility to technical delivery and completion on time and to budget. We provide the same level of service, dedication and attention to detail on a £1,000 project, as on a £10 million project, which is why we get more than 75% of our work from existing clients, some of whom we have been advising for 30 years.

Stiller, based in Newton Aycliffe, is building a new distribution centre

22 November 2017

Our Partner Paul Kelly is working for Stiller Warehousing and Distributions and is involved in designing the new delivery centre.

Ex- Police House undergoes a full refurbishment.

10 August 2017

Development of a 72 Bedroom Care Home has reached 3rd floor level

29 June 2017

A £2 million student accommodation in Birmingham

24 January 2017

Project Manager Malcolm Cundick completes Darlington Football Clubs new grounds

04 January 2017

Malcolm Cundick, who has been the Blackwell Meadows project manager during the club’s four-year stint playing at Bishop Auckland’s Heritage Park, said: “I am very, very pleased, because I have been working on this project for four years.

PLANNING APPROVAL

01 December 2016

ADG Architects received further planning permissions for 1 commercial and two domestic properties.

Musician plans £1.2m Darlington wedding venue with 'wedding dress sized' toilets and glamping

24 November 2016

A MUSICIAN is seeking planning permission for a £1.2m wedding venue on the outskirts of Darlington.

Planning approval granted for a new retail space in Darlington

15 August 2016

We have recently received planning permission for a new and exciting retail space in Northumberland Street, Darlington.

Darlington Architect appointed to oversee football club’s return home

03 May 2016

One of Darlington’s most experienced architects has been appointed to oversee the move of Darlington Football Club to Blackwell Meadows, where it will share enhanced ground facilities with Darlington Rugby Football Club.

ADG Architects completes £700,000 product development centre for Europe’s leading kitchen specialist

05 April 2016

North East Architects Practice ADG Architects has completed a new specialist £700,000 Kitchen Product Development Centre for Nobia AB, owner of the Magnet kitchen and other leading UK and European kitchen brands.

ADG Architects completes storage facility for Husqvarna

14 March 2016

Darlington Architectural Practice ADG Architects has completed a new storage facility for Newton Aycliffe lawn mower manufacturer Husqvarna.

ADG Architects completes £1.5 million specialist warehouse for Darlington haulier

02 March 2016

North East Architects Practice ADG Architects has completed a new specialist £1.5 million warehouse for Darlington-based George Allinson Transport, one of the region’s best known haulage companies.

Planning consent for ADG Architects’ extension to Warburtons’ Newcastle ‘free from‘ bakery

24 February 2016

An extension to Warburtons’ Newcastle bakery designed by North East Architects Practice ADG Architects has won planning permission.

ADG architects appointed to oversee work on Cotswolds residential development

18 February 2016

North East Architects Practice ADG Architects has been appointed to oversee the construction of a new residential development in a Cotswolds village where work has just started.

North East Architect celebrates 45 years in practice.

02 February 2016

A North East Chartered Architect is celebrating 45 years in the profession, and with no plans for retirement, has just joined a new practice.

ADG Architects grows through merger and recruitment

11 January 2016

ADG Architects has merged with another local Architectural Practice, taken on a very experienced Architect as an Associate, and expanded its support and administrative resources.

ADG Architects completes new sports pavilion for Richmond School

04 January 2016

The £650,000 sports pavilion includes six new changing facilities, a classroom and a meeting room, built on a site next to the sports pitches at the North Yorkshire comprehensive school.