About Roger Perrott

After gaining an officer’s commission as a pilot in the RAF, Roger retrained as an Architect at Nottingham University. He is a Chartered RIBA architect, a certified Project Manager and is accredited on the RIBA Conservation Architecture register. He set up C60 in 2012. He is a former Chairman of Nottingham Civic Trust and enjoys a role as a business mentor with the Prince’s Trust in Northern Ireland. In his spare time Roger officiates as a starter at Athletics Track and Field events throughout the UK and Ireland.

Have you checked your construction site for Pokemon?

If you are considering building, remember to make sure you have checked your site for any Pokemon and made sure it is not a Pokestop... Otherwise you may find an unwelcome visitor resident in your new home!

Belfast Telegraph Article – Empire House

Belfast Telegraph article on our Empire House regeneration project on Beersbridge Road in Belfast... The Belfast Telegraph can reveal the planned new appearance of the property, its sleek lines a world away from the current Victorian exterior... Click HERE to read the article in full  

Work in Progress – Point Cloud Animation

This laser scan for a listed church in Belfast is forming the basis for an exciting regeneration project that will hopefully see the building brought back into use. The project aims to create flexible business units and provide space for social enterprise start ups. More details to follow soon...

Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland

The Department of the Environment's 'Strategic Planning Policy Statement for Northern Ireland' - Planning for Sustainable Development (SPPS), has been published in final form following a period of extensive engagement with key planning stakeholders. This publication sets out the Department’s regional planning policies for securing the orderly and consistent development of land in Northern Ireland [...]

Architect Expert Witness Accreditation

Since 1 June 2015 the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland Queens Bench Division (Commercial) Practice Direction 1 of 2015, took effect, replacing the previous Practice Diection 6 of 2002 "Commercial List Practice Direction: Expert Evidence." One inclusion ing the new Practice Direction is the expectation that expert witnesses will be suitably accredited. "...the [...]

Work in Progress – Kitchen Extension

  C60 Architects and Town Planners are working up some proposals for a client to transform a typical 1970's house by linking the living areas with the garden... This new contemporary glazed kitchen extension and internal alterations will flood the home with light and open up the ground floor to create a modern, bright home.

Invest NI – Loan Equity Scheme for Developers

Time is running out for developers in Northern Ireland to register an Expression of Interest for the Invest NI Grade A Office Loan Equity Scheme. Invest Northern Ireland has recently completed a research exercise looking at the current state of the Northern Ireland commercial property market; part of that research included an extensive review of [...]

Work in Progress – Technology Park Extension – Commercial Architects

Great to see our extension to Schrader Electronics production facility at Antrim Technology Park is nearing completion. The external envelope of composite cladding is finished and looking great. Internally the ceiling grid is almost complete and the new insitu concrete floor has been prepared to receive anti-static floor covering which will go in later this [...]

Planning Permission for Extension to Power Plant

C60 Town Planning has successfully gained planning permission for an extension to Contour Global's Knockmore Hill power generation plant near Lisburn. The permission grants construction of an additional 3MW gas powered electrical generation engine to boost the capabilities of the existing facility. Driven by a need to meet funding deadlines, the C60 Town Planning team [...]

Principal Designer – CDM 2015 Northern Ireland

Consultation on proposed revisions to the Construction (Design Management) Regulations in Northern Ireland are set to conclude on 25 March 2015. The revisions mirror changes to the UK regulations which come into force there on 6 April 2015. It is anticipated the Northern Ireland version of the regulations will be brought into force in late [...]