WhyteConsult is a multi-disciplinary architecture and design consultancy for bespoke residential, commercial, heritage and cultural projects, working in the Buckinghamshire and wider south east.
Led by Buckingham-based chartered architect Warren Whyte RIBA, the practice undertakes feasibility studies, client adviser services and community planning and engagement work, together with Quinquennial Inspections within the Diocese of Oxford area.
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Client Adviser Early architectural advice can add great value to your project. The client adviser and representative service allows you to discuss and develop your ideas and expectations before committing to formal architectural services. You will receive fresh, innovative and unbiased advice and helps you build the team to develop the project.
Feasibility Studies WhyteConsult can assist you in deciding what type of project you really want and need - be that refurbishment, extension, relocation or new build. Feasibility and strategy studies can be undertaken to see what opportunities your project could have.
Project Management The practice can also offer assistance at the latter end of the construction process providing contractor/client liaison, client representative and project management services.
Services can be provided on an hourly basis or a fixed fee basis. Contact us now to discuss your project.
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Post 4 Fishers Field, Buckingham Buckinghamshire MK18 1SN. Please note meetings are by appointment only.
Phone Email is preferred as we are often out on site, but if you wish to leave a voice mail, call 0844 804 3076.
Locations Based in historic Buckingham, Warren Whyte practices throughout the South East and Midlands area, from Milton Keynes and Aylesbury to London.
Warren Whyte has been involved with a wide range of projects for over twenty years, including many projects undertaken whilst with other practices. All projects are strongly rooted in site context, environmental issues and end-user satisfaction with the aim to deliver a project that goes beyond the ordinary and brings delight in everyday use.
Projects include various Cultural and Ecclesiastical buildings such as the Buckingham Old Gaol Museum (grade II*), St Peter & St Paul Buckingham Parish Church (grade I), Mercedes-Benz World Brooklands (development manager for Mercedes-Benz), the BFI London IMAX, Waterloo (design team member with Avery Associates), and Quinquennial Inspector for a variety of modern and historic churches.
In the Health & Leisure sector, projects includes project management of works to a GP surgery in Milton Keynes, feasibility studies for a GP surgery North Bucks and a high tech refurbishment and extension to create a medical testing lab in central London (project architect with EPR).
Residential projects range from environmental retrofits and significant extensions and new builds for rural and town centre homes up to a large river-side residential mixed used development in the New Forest (project director for Avery Associates).
The practice also undertakes Commercial and Retail, including suggesting ideas for potential upgrading or new uses for old buildings from market town to City of London locations.
Warren Whyte BSc (Hons) DipArch APMP RIBA
The practice principal is Warren Whyte, an experienced chartered architect, project manager and client adviser. Warren trained at the internationally renowned Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and developed his career with a variety of practices and blue chip companies including Bere:Architects, EPR Architects, Nat West Bank and Mercedes-Benz. He has also worked with Bryan Avery of Avery Associates as a consultant project director for many large scale projects including hotels, offices, housing and cultural buildings.
Since setting up WhyteConsult in 2006, he has brought together his skills and interests to provide a unique multi-disciplinary approach to both new-build and refurbishment projects to help clients understand the complicated design, procurement and building process. Warren takes an active role in local affairs, and is an elected county and district councillor and a trustee of several local charities including Buckingham Old Gaol Museum. He has previously been chairman of the Buckinghamshire Society of Architects, a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects governing council, and chairman of RIBA South.
"The ideas generated were exceptional and delivered a flexible attractive building within budget"
"Thank you very much for your guidance and expert advice... It has been a pleasure working with you and I would have no hesitation in recommending you to any friends or acquaintances who find themselves in need of an architect."