Suppliers List

Below you will find HTF's full list of Corporate Members which you can now search using keywords e.g. conservation, heritage, paving etc.

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We are an innovative urban design company who help landowners, local authorities, community groups and local people to understand, protect, enhance and add value to their local places. Our key people bring 40 years plus experience in providing area assessments, site masterplanning, development guidance and design advisory services for all sectors.

Addagrip Terraco Ltd, part of the Terraco group, is a resin manufacturing and formulating company established in 1980 providing a range of quality resin surfacing systems for residential and commercial projects. Specialising in resin bound and resin bonded surfacing, it is the first and only resin manufacturing company to be awarded BBA certification for its Addaset, Addabound and Terrabound resin bound surfacing systems.

ACP have worked on over 640 projects since we were established in 2000 for private clients, charitable organisations, government departments and public authorities. With over 15 specialist consultants we can provide a full multidisciplinary service taking your project from start to finish or we can advise an existing team/ or yourself on specific specialist matters associated with your project.

The budgets on the projects range from under €10,000 for conservation grant work to over €25,000,000 for larger projects. It has been an exciting journey to date, developing this unique company of conservation specialists who are passionate about their work. Each new project is a journey into the unknown and we have the skills, expertise, and track record to deliver your conservation project successfully.

Architectural History Practice is one of Britain’s leading historic research consultancies. We specialise in delivering historical reports and conservation management plans for a wide range of clients – from government agencies like English Heritage to charities like the National Trust; from local authorities to private companies.

ASP Architects have developed a range of skills and experience in terms of building repair, conservation, planning advice, refurbishment and new-build; a personal and sympathetic approach is taken with each building and its environment.

Beacon is an independent planning, conservation and design consultancy, based in Cambridge. Our skills and experience enable us to tackle the most difficult of planning issues, especially those concerning design or heritage. We have a proven track record in delivering successful solutions for clients in time and in budget.

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An award-winning consultancy committed to improving and enlivening external spaces through a combination of considered intervention and high quality design. DLA Landscape & Urban Design is part of the DLA Design Group that provides a range of specialist design services throughout the UK & Europe.

Established over 30 years, DLG Architects has particular expertise in dealing with retail and mixed use developments in historic towns and listed buildings. With offices in London and Leeds, DLG has undertaken projects from Buxton to Bath and given new life and use to many under occupied or vacant buildings.  

Donald Insall Associates specialises in providing tailored solutions for the repair, adaptation and conservation of historic buildings and the design of new buildings for sensitive sites. Our pre-eminence in the field has been recognised in over 150 awards for design, building and craftsmanship in our 50 year history.

DIA has a committed and long-serving workforce with nearly 100 members employed in offices across the UK: London, Chester, Conwy, Canterbury, Cambridge, Shrewsbury, Bath and Belfast. The emphasis is on teamwork and making available to clients the special individual skills of all members.

A flexible internal organisation with nationwide coverage makes it possible to respond to widely spread and varying commissions, and to allocate staff resources in the most efficient way.

In addition to high quality architectural services, DIA offers a wide range of services including:

• historical research and architectural analysis
• measured and condition surveys
• Conservation Management Plans
• Conservation Area Appraisals
• planning consultations and negotiations
• masterplans
• urban, historic town and village surveys
• landscape restoration advice
• feasibility studies and options appraisals
• advice on grant aid and Lottery funding
• locum conservation officer assistance
• environmental impact assessments
• briefing documents for historically sensitive sites and buildings
• contemporary/historic interior design
• CDM Co-ordinator services
• disabled access, fire protection and security advice
• maintenance programming and advice

Hardscape are in the business of creating visionary urban spaces and being a source of creativity and inspiration for Landscape Architects and Local Authorities who are designing public realm places and specifying hard landscaping materials for the present and future generations.

Hawkins Eades Planning undertakes all forms of town planning work including planning feasibilities studies, supporting statements for town planning applications, negotiations with planning authorities, written appeals to planning inspectorate, district and county structure plan representations and enforcement and other legal planning matters.

Inkpen Downie is a practice of architects and interior designers. The practice offers a fresh, open and efficient approach to design and is committed to achieving excellence through quality, a fact borne out by our numerous design awards and repeat or referred clients.

Heritage Consultancy - we provide research-based appraisals, advice and justification to fulfil planning permission and listed building consent for property professionals, architects, developers and home owners.

Placemarque is an environmental design and communications company dedicated to helping define, design and reinforce identity and locality for places. Its mission is to help bring people and places together through wayfinding, environmental graphics and identity.

Owned by a past chairman of the Forum, the company provides advice on Strategic Planning, Planning Policy and Public Realm in Historic Towns

Ronacrete manufacture specialist construction products in eight different product ranges, Concrete Repair and Protection, Hard Landscaping, Screeds, Urban Design, Highway Maintenance, Commercial Industrial Flooring, Safety Flooring and Waterproofing and Tanking.

Ronacrete products meet British Standards wherever possible or have BBA Agreement Certification. Quality is assessed to ISO standards and awarded the Queens Award for Export.

SteinTec UK are interested in and knowledgeable about all aspects of pavement design, construction, protection and maintenance. We discuss and assist with construction, technical specification, practical skills training and site supervision. We are pleased to play a supporting role by providing useful insight and factual information upon which decisions may be based.

Urban Counsel offers advice and support as
• Critical friend
• Creative catalyst
• Strategic rangefinder
• Change manager
• Expert witness
• Technical communicator
• Facilitator
• Mediator
to all engaged in making and sustaining distinctive places, building on the extensive and particular experience of its Principal, Steven Bee.

Specialising in fitting bespoke secondary glazing into listed, historic and classic buildings, Storm Windows have supplied to many organisations such as National Trust and English Heritage, as well as a large number of specialist conservation Architects. They regularly undertake large commercial projects and 'regular' domestic work throughout the UK and work closely with Local Authority Conservation Officers to ensure heritage guidelines are followed.

The Conservation Studio is a specialised planning and architectural practice that works principally for local authorities and other public sector organisation, such as English Heritage, the Heritage Lottery Fund and charitable trusts. We provide advice on urban regeneration, historic buildings and conservation areas.

The Theatres Trust is The National Advisory Public Body for theatres. The Trust was established by The Theatres Trust Act 1976 ‘to promote the better protection of theatres’. We are a statutory consultee on theatre buildings in the planning system, we provide expert advice on the sustainable development of theatre buildings, and we help promote awareness and solutions for theatres at risk. We champion all theatres, historic, contemporary and new, in theatre use, in other uses or disused. Our central London Theatreland-based Resource Centre provides access to a specialist theatre building Reference Library including books and architectural plans.