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Oliver qualifies as architect

Published November 5th, 2019

A Shropshire architectural designer has successfully passed his RIBA Part 3 Advanced Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture (Part 3). He will now be able to register with the ARB (Architects Registration Board) to practice as an architect and become a Chartered Member of the RIBA.

Oliver Hill, who joined Berrys as design manager at the Shrewsbury office in March 2017, has 27 years’ experience in design, working predominantly for multi-disciplinary architectural practices and developers. He has worked on a variety of buildings including listed buildings, residential projects of all sizes, retail developments, commercial buildings, schools and high-profile London offices.

Academically, Oliver gained his RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Part 1 BA(Hons) Architecture and Part 2 Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture at the University of Humberside.

“We are delighted to congratulate Oliver on his success,” said Stuart Thomas, partner and head of planning at Berrys.

“This qualification is a culmination of his hard work, professionalism and dedication in building on his experience.

“These are exciting times for the business. Our planning and design team has increased substantially in the last few years to meet the growing demand for services and we now have two architects within the Berrys Team, having just appointed a senior architect at our new office in Oxford,” Stuart added.

Oliver can be contacted at the Shrewsbury office of Berrys on 01743 290644 email:mailto:oliver.hill@berrys.uk.com

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More about Oliver Hill


BA (Hons) Dip Arch
Design Manager
Tel: 01743 290644
Mobile: 07787 194574
oliver.hill@berrys.uk.com

Oliver joined Berrys in March 2017 with 25 years’ experience in architectural practices, multi-disciplinary companies and developers.   Oliver has broad architectural experience including listed buildings, residential projects of all sizes, retail developments, commercial buildings, schools and high-profile London offices.

Academically, Oliver is currently working towards completing his Part 3 in order to strengthen his skills even further.

Oliver takes his passion for design and building outside of work where he lives in a listed barn conversion which he and his family undertook as a self-build project in 2007.