RIBA Lee Tombs (Architect)ARBShelter Architect in the HouseThe Green Register


I was elected to the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1978. I have worked mainly in private practice but also for Contractors and for a Local Authority and set up my own private practice 14 years ago. I became a RIBA Chartered Practise 10 years ago. A RIBA Chartered Practise ensures that practices have Professional Indemnity Insurance and will carry out Continuing Professional Development.

In my career I have worked on a wide variety of commercial and residential schemes. Commercial schemes include retail, schools, warehouses and offices. Residential includes social housing, sheltered housing and nursing homes as well as one off bungalows, houses and barn conversions for private Clients. This includes all forms of construction, new build, refurbishments and extensions and alterations.

Ethos: "To provide a bespoke personal service to full fill the Client's ambitions. I offer a Full Service generally in accordance with the RIBA Plan of Work Stages A to L."
Lee Tombs, Dip Arch Leicester (with Commendation) RIBA.