The work of David Burley Architects has now been taken over by The Burley Partnership


The Practice offers the following range of services:

Feasibility Studies – establishing options at the start of the project.
Planning Advice – identifying what is allowable and how to achieve approvals.
Architectural Design – the design of the building project.
Cost Management – establishing realistic budgets & controlling costs.
Project Management – organising the design and construction of the project on client’s behalf.
Building and Site Surveying – recording details of sites and existing buildings.
Interior Design – finishing the building.
Landscape Design – completing the setting of the building on the site.
Planned Maintenance – organising regular maintenance of buildings.
Low Energy/Environmental Impact Design – developing strategies to minimise the energy use and environmental impact of buildings.
Low Maintenance Design – minimising future building maintenance and costs.
Legal Case Expert Witness – technical reports and evidence in legal disputes.
Dispute Adjudication – impartial determination of building disputes.



The Practice has both the human and technical resources to enable the efficient development & management of projects, including:

Computer Aided Design & Modelling
Specification Data Bases
Energy and Fabric Analysis Systems
Full/CD ROM Based Technical Libraries Project Management Systems



The practice regards issues relating to quality, time and cost with the highest priority.

We always seek to develop appropriate solutions to achieve optimum overall value/quality in our projects, within the terms of our Client’s brief, objectives and budget.



 The practice adopts an active approach to a broad range of environmental issues including :

Direct energy use of buildings.
Indirect energy use of materials used in buildings.
Environmental impact of buildings.



Fees for projects will obviously vary according to the project being undertaken and type of service being provided. The practice offers a range of service types, from informal design advice, design and technical drawing services, through to full project management, each tailored to suit your needs and budget.

Fees, whilst significant, represent a small proportion of overall project costs,. The practice strives to ensure that when viewed against the benefits of a considered design, and professional cost/project management, fees charged are a very cost effective use of project funds available.