Heighway Field Associates

15 Years of Practice in Exeter

In February 2011, HFA celebrated 15 years of Practice. Originally based in Exeter's Cathedral Close, as featured in the July 2011 issue of 'Exeter Living', the Practice moved to its current base in the Rougement Castle quarter of the city in 2008 from where we continue to offer friendly, efficient and creative architectural services to a broad range of clients in Exeter and throughout the South West. For a complimentary initial consultation, contact Heighway Field Associates at any time with your project requirements.

Regenerated "Shelters" Complex Opens

The regenerated Marine Parade Shelters at the heart of the seafront in the Dorset town of Lyme Regis were officially opened by the town's Mayor on 9th July 2011. The facility comprises shops, community meeting rooms and outdoor performance and market areas together with an exhibition / information centre within the restored historic central pavilion.

The site lies within a Conservation Area, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and in close proximity to 'Heritage' designated lengths of coastline, which prompted close collaboration with English Heritage at planning stage.

Cornish Music Festivals Expand

The first phase of a £1m 'Golden Jubilee Appeal' Master Plan to develop residential, performance and rehearsal facilities opened in time to host the 2011 Summer Music Festival at St. Endellion on the North Cornish coast.

From modest beginnings in the late 1950's the Easter and Summer Festivals have grown and flourished to become on of the foremost cultural events in Cornwall and the South-West and it is the long term ambition of St. Endellion Festivals Trust to develop a cultural campus as a centre of wider artistic, cultural and spiritual expression. For further information see

Housing Association's New HQ

Construction of Cornerstone Housing Association's new purpose designed headquarters building in central Exeter is due to commence on site in September 2011. Main Contractor is Morgan Sindall of Barnstaple.