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.

Roll-Out of NBS BIM Toolkit

At this afternoon's seminar run by the NI BIM Hub, Tina Pringle - NBS Head of Technical Information ran through what we can expect from the NBS BIM toolkit and outlined the areas still being refined. "The completion of the Digital Plan of Work and classification system will not only complete the Level 2 BIM [...]

Community Consultation within Northern Ireland – Update

At a Royal Town Planning Institute NI event this week, a representative from the DoE’s Planning Reform Guidance Team set the legislative scene with an overview of the legislative requirements and regulations for Planning Application Notices (PANs) and pre-application community consultation for proposals that fall within the major category. Requirements will include a period of [...]

Industrial Extension, Antrim – Work in Progress

C60 Architects and Town Planners are delighted to have been appointed as part of the Mascott Construction project team to deliver an extension to the Schrader Electronics production facility in Antrim Technology Park in association with the Central Procurement Directorate and Invest NI. The 440m² extension will expand the production floor of the facility, which [...]

Community Consultation within Northern Ireland Planning

Today Belfast City Council set out the requirements relating to Community Consultation for all 'major' planning applications submitted under the new devolved planning powers. During a presentation to Belfast's town planning community, Belfast Area Planning Manager, Clifford McIlwaine outlined the requirements for a 12 week Planning Application Notice (PAN), after which applications are submitted for [...]

Work in Progress – North Down Home

A quick Animation showing the new home designed by Belfast based C60 Architects and Town Planners. It has recently been submitted for planning approval in North Down.

3D Visualisation for Larchfield Estate

C60 Architects and Town Planners are able to produce ultra-realistic computer visualisations for both our own projects and as a stand-alone service to other designers. C60 were appointed by Larchfield Estate near Hillsborough, County Antrim to provide visualisations for their new wedding venue currently under construction. Here are the results...   Design by  

IHBC Seminar

Institute of Historic Building Conservation Northern Ireland Branch 22 January 2015, Clifton House, BelfastThe Northern Ireland Branch of the IHBC is looking holding a seminar to help affiliate and non‐members of the  IHBC  with  their  full  membership  applications. The  session  will  provide  the opportunity  to  learn  more  about  the  competencies  that  form  the  application. With guidance  from  colleagues  in  the  natonal  office,  and  full  members  within  the  local Branch, the session will help you with any queries that you may have about applying. To download details [...]

C60 Christmas Comeptition

We have 2 tickets to give away for Gary Lighbody from Snow Patrol's sold out Christmas Eve acoustic concert. All you have to do is Like the C60 Architecture and Town Planning page and follow the instructions on the competition facebok post. Closing date for entry will be 4pm on 19th December. After this date [...]

DOENI Grants to be Cut

DOENI have called for comments in relation to proposals to scrap Built Heritage Grant Assistance. Under plans set out in the DOENI in Department of the Environment Consultation on the Draft Budget 2015-16 grant assistance would be terminated to many of the schemes essential to the conservtion of Northern Ireland's built heritage. DOENI to scrap [...]

Grant funding for Roof Repairs to Listed Places of Worship

The National Heritage Memorial Fund has made £15m available to help meet the cost of urgent roof repairs to Listed Places of Worship within Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Grants can range from £10,000 to £100,000. Is your church meeting hall or place of worship listed? Is your church meeting hall or place of worship [...]