GLM Architects join ‘Architect in the House’ charity scheme
GLM SIGN UP FOR ARCHITECT IN THE HOUSE TO HELP THE HOMELESS
GLM has signed up to take part in Architect in the House – the joint charitable initiative by Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Shelter.
Architect in the House is a scheme run by Shelter – the housing and homelessness charity, and the Royal Institute of British Architects. The scheme matches homeowners with a local RIBA chartered architect who gives up an hour of their time for a design consultation.
Homeowners can receive an hour consultation with a RIBA chartered architect (such as GLM’s David Johnson or Neil McAlister) for a suggested donation of £45 to Shelter. Whether it’s inspiration for a study, an extra bedroom, or just better living space you need, a chartered RIBA architect can offer creativity and professional advice that will help bring your ideas to life there is no project too small that an architect can’t tackle.
David Johnson, Architect and Director of GLM said: “Having participated in this innovative scheme for the past few years, I strongly urge anyone who is thinking of undertaking work on their home to take part in Architect in the House. Working together, we can release the potential of their home all whilst lending a needed hand to those with more significant housing problems.”
Homeowners can register for their consultation by visiting www.architectinthehouse.org.uk and will be matched to a local RIBA chartered architect best suited to meet their requirements.
For more information on Shelter, a national charity that works to improve the lives of homeless and badly housed people, visit www.shelter.org.uk
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