Gwyn Davies Architect

About me

I am a Chartered Architect with over 30 years experience. I trained at the University of Liverpool School of Architecture, 1972-1977, and was elected to the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1980.
I gained wide experience during 15 years in the National Health Service. Within this organisation I undertook a variety of roles with a focus on design, research and the monitoring of standards. I progressed from Senior to Principal Architect.
Since 1995 I have worked in private architectural practice in a range of senior positions and gained further experience across a range of sectors including education, housing, commercial, community projects, ecclesiastical, listed buildings and motor dealerships.
I became a Planning Supervisor after the CDM Regulations were introduced in 1994 and from 2007 have acted as CDMC on notifiable construction projects following a change in the regulations.
I attained a project management qualification with the Association of Project Managers in 2002 which has provide me with additional skills that I have been able to utilise across all schemes. I am happy to provide testimonials.


I am able to provide a bespoke design service tailored to clients’ particular requirements and budget. I can manage the project from inception to completion as outlined in the RIBA Plan of Work including:

  • • Appraisal of clients’ needs and options to meet these.
  • • Development of the agreed option into a scheme design and application for any necessary statutory consents.
  • • Advice on procurement and provision of detailed drawings and specifications to obtain tenders for the work.
  • • Administration of a contract on behalf of the client and inspection of the progress of works.
An initial consultation is offered without obligation or charge.