• September 2018

    Enabling works have commenced at the Devonport Market Hall.  The phase one works comprise external stone repairs and repointing, the removal of original lead paint to the internal cast iron structure (prior to the application of a modern intumescent paint for fire protection), and paint removal to the internal brick walls and dressed stonework reveals.  The works are due for completion at the end of 2018, prior to commencement of the main contract in 2019.

  • April 2018

    Le Page Architects have been commissioned to undertake re-roofing works to the Grade II listed, former Cornmarket building in the heart of Tavistock.  Originally part of the Duke of Bedford’s estate, the building will receive new natural slate roof coverings, along with a new central lead gutter.

    The Practice are also overseeing the internal lighting and heating refurbishment of the Pannier Market following the successful refurbishment of the adjacent Butchers Hall within the town.  The project is following the current ongoing works to the external envelope refurbishment, that will provide Tavistock Town Council with a fully refurbished, enhanced visitor experience to the Market.

    Le Page Architects have been commissioned to undertake an historic building report and re-use study on the Plympton St. Maurice Guildhall. The building dates back to 1688 and Sir Joshua Reynolds presided as Mayor in the chambers still present there. The project is funded by a successful HLF grant application.


  • March 2018

    Work to create a new wine storage wall and staff facilities for Paul Ainsworth at No 6. Padstow, has now been completed.  The new wine storage systems has transformed the storage and ease of serving wine to customers.

    Hallwill Church, a HLF full grant aided project has begun on site. The works will refurbish the Grade II* Church tower and provide interactive visitor  information linked with the historic Halwill Junction railway story.


  • February 2018

    Works have commenced on site at The Golden Lion, Padstow, for the renovation of the Long Room outbuilding.  The refurbished building will undergo a change of use to offer luxury holiday accommodation.

  • December 2017

    Work have been completed on the refurbishment of the Tavistock Butchers Hall.  Tavistock Town Council have commissioned Le Page Architects with further works within the town as a result of the success of this project.

  • October 2017

    Le Page Architects is pleased to have been re-commissioned by Paul Ainsworth to undertake further works to his Michelin star restaurant in Padstow.

  • September 2017

    Following the success of external fabric repairs to Tavistock’s Butchers’ Hall, the Practice have been commissioned by Tavistock Town Council to undertake the internal refurbishment works that includes for the installation of new contemporary lighting.

  • August 2017

    Le Page Architects have been commissioned for major refurbishment works to an important Georgian House in Plympton St. Maurice.

  • July 2017

    Le Page Architects is pleased to announce that submitted plans for the future of Devonport Market Hall have been granted both planning and listed building consent by Plymouth City Council.  Works are currently progressing on detailed designs.

  • April 2017

    Le Page Architects are pleased to announce that Charlotte Kelshall has been registered an associate of the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID).

  • March 2017

    Le Page Architects have submitted detailed planning proposals for the Devonport Market Hall on behalf of the Real Ideas Organisation (RIO).

    Work continues on the complex repair of Church Lane, Tavistock which has included the rebuilding of the roof structure, main pediment as well as joinery repairs to the original doors and windows.

  • February 2017

    The full major refurbishment of the Michelin star restaurant No. 6 in Padstow is now complete.  Owner Paul Ainsworth wrote to say, “I could not be happier, the job is outstanding and the service from your company is world class.   I would use Le Page Architects for all our future projects”.  The work involved the creation of a new bar, Kitchen and restaurant as well as a new glazed roof over the former courtyard creating a new dining area to the restaurant.

  • January 2017

    Le Page Architects are commissioned by Tavistock Town Council to undertake full envelope investigation and repair scheduling of the two Scheduled Monuments Betsy Grimbal and Still House Towers that forming part of the historic Abbey remains.

  • October 2016

    Planning permission is granted for a new contemporary residence at Mountstone House, Cremyll Street, Plymouth.

    Both Listed and Planning applications are approved for the internal remodelling and extending of restaurant No. 6, Padstow for Paul Ainsworth.

  • September 2016

    The oak frame to the new Church Hall at All Saints Church, Sparkwell is completed.

  • August 2016

    Le Page Architects are pleased at the completion of works to completely re-point the tower of St Neot’s church.  Works have seen the complete repair of the fragile tower top and other improvements which will make it possible for the church to be removed from the national list of Heritage Buildings at Risk.  The work has taken five months and has been carefully undertaken by Heritage Cornwall.

  • July 2016

    Restoration work has begun on the Butchers Hall building in Tavistock. The work follows a successful Townscape Heritage Initiate grant application where Le Page Architects worked closely with the Client (Tavistock Town Council) to help win the award.

    Work includes the complete re-roofing of the building as well as extensive timber and joinery repairs which will release the space for re-use which linked with the historic Pannier Market.

  • June 2016

    Le Page Architects have been appointed to remodel and refurbish Michelin Star restaurant Paul Ainsworth at No.6 in Padstow, Cornwall.

    Works to contemporary extension to private dwelling in Tavistock have been completed.

  • May 2016

    The current  St. Andrew and St. Luke project at Stoke Damerel, Plymouth involves the creation of a new level stone floor with under-floor heating, to enable the elegant space to be used for a wide variety of uses by the church and wider community.  The work involved excavation to create new levels for the insulated floor and  is due to complete in mid-July.  More information on the work in progress can be found on the Stoke Damerel Facebook Page or on our ecclesiastical projects page.

  • February 2016

    Le Page Architects are pleased to announce that listed building consent and change of use has been granted for Church Lane, Tavistock.

  • Devonport Market Hall – Enabling Works
  • Tavistock Cornmarket
  • Wine Store, Paul Ainsworth at No.6
  • Sparkwell Church
  • St. Neot Church
  • Stoke Damerel
  • Church Lane Tavistock