KLH celebrate two new chartered staff members


KLH are pleased to announce that Stuart Edgar and Nicola Gulliver have become chartered architects, completing their RIBA Part 3 while working for the firm.

Stuart Edgar, aged 31, has worked for the firm for almost 10 years and has undertaken projects across the healthcare sector including work at West Suffolk Hospital.

Stuart, commenting on his membership, said: “I am thrilled to have completed my RIBA Part 3 and to finally be a fully chartered architect. I have overwhelming relief and gratitude for my wife, family and colleagues who have supported me through this exciting yet challenging task. I look forward to what the future holds and my further development as an architect.”

Nicola Gulliver, aged 26, started working for KLH in 2013, before becoming a permanent member of the firm in 2016. Since joining, Nicola has worked on a variety of projects across the education and residential sectors, completing her certification with the support of the team.

Nicola, remarking on her qualification, said: “Having studied for seven years, becoming a qualified architect feels like a real accomplishment. I feel like I have learnt a lot about the industry and how to put what I have learnt into practice through my studying and working within a practice like KLH.

I have huge thanks to my colleagues at KLH who helped support me through my Part 3 to become a qualified architect.”

Robert Keeble, Director of KLH Architects said: “We are very lucky to have Stuart and Nicola as part of our team and are thrilled that they have passed their RIBA Part 3 to become chartered architects. Gaining their RIBA qualification is a fantastic step in their career development and will be a boost to the whole KLH team.”