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JOB VACANCY AT JDDK

BOOKKEEPER Overview: We currently have a vacancy for an experienced bookkeeper to work between 22.5 and 30 hours per week (by negotiation). The successful applicant will be joining our established award winning architecture practice as part of a small administration team of two. You will be responsible for invoicing, VAT returns, bank reconciliations, payments of… Full Article >

ENVIRONMENTAL UPGRADE FOR BYKER ESTATE RESIDENTS

Residents of the Grade II Listed Byker Wall Estate will soon be consulted on environmental improvement designs for their neighbourhood following the announcement by the Byker Community Trust (BCT) of a £4m environmental upgrade project which will be led by Newcastle-based JDDK Architects. The project, which completes the delivery of the official stock transfer investment… Full Article >

Selwyn Goldsmith Recognition For The Sill

The Civic Trust Awards Scheme has announced that Northumberland National Park Authority’s The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre at Once Brewed is one of four schemes out of 240 nationwide to be winners in this year’s prestigious Selwyn Goldsmith Awards for Universal Design. Earlier this year, The Sill won a NE regional RIBA Award and… Full Article >

Planning Permission For Kielder Planetarium

Newcastle-based architectural practice, JDDK Architects, have secured planning permission from Northumberland County Council on behalf of Kielder Observatory for the construction of a Planetarium as a further astronomical attraction to the increasingly popular Northumbrian scientific and tourist destination. Located just a few miles from the Scottish border high upon Black Fell under some of the… Full Article >

Sherwood Forest Visitors Centre

NEWCASTLE ARCHITECTS DESIGN SHERWOOD FOREST VISITOR CENTRE

The RSPB-led consortium, which includes the RSPB, the Sherwood Forest Trust, The Woodland Trust and Thoresby Estate, have officially opened the £5.3m Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre. Designed by Newcastle-based architects, JDDK Architects, who also secured Planning Permission from Newark and Sherwood District Council and undertook the extensive public consultations to fine tune the design prior… Full Article >