Architect Firm Celebrates Milestone Anniversary


A leading architectural firm has celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Newport office.

Roberts Limbrick opened its office in the city a decade ago to build on the success of its original base in Gloucester. Headed up by Aled Roberts and Aaron Terry, the Newport office now has a team of around 30.

To celebrate the milestone the firm held a drinks event for the Newport team, clients and business partners.

Aled Roberts, Director at Roberts Limbrick said:

“The Newport team has left its mark across many sectors including residential, sport and leisure, education, defence, and healthcare for the past decade, designing some incredible buildings that will stand for many years to come.

“Central View in Newport is a great example of the work done by the Roberts Limbrick Newport team. This flagship later living development has acted as a catalyst for wider investment and regeneration around Lower Commercial Street. It has even been recognised as a regional finalist in the Civic Trust Awards 2021 and a finalist in the Royal Town Planning Institute Planning Excellence Awards.

“Our 10th anniversary drinks event served as a testament to the creativity, collaborative spirit, and client-focused approach that defines Roberts Limbrick. It was great to see all the clients and business partners who were able to attend our event at the Tiny Rebel Brewery and we all enjoyed getting to speak to those we may not have seen for a long while.”

Roberts Limbrick was established in 2008 through the merger of two architectural firms. For more information on the services provided visit the Robert Limbrick Website 

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