About Us

CT Lindsay Chartered Architect Ltd, based in rural County Armagh, Northern Ireland, was established in 2005 by Colin Lindsay who Graduated from Queens University and qualified as a Chartered Architect in 2000.

Previously Colin worked for practices in Newry and Portadown gaining valuable experience across a broad spectrum of work from small scale residential extensions and one off bespoke houses to larger projects including housing developments, banks, offices, factories, warehouses, Churches and community buildings.

The practice undertakes Architectural work throughout Northern Ireland and has a high success rate in achieving Planning Approvals facilitated by experience and knowledge of Planning Policies and a good working relationship with Planning Service. Being a rural practice we have considerable interest in rural planning policy and have a good track record in dealing with applications subject to PPS 21 Sustainable Development in the Countryside.

As a Chartered Architect we offer much more than a set of ‘house plans’. We provide a tailor made package capable of meeting the needs of a diverse range of clients and budgets and can provide a wide range of services from a basic service of obtaining necessary Planning and Building Control Approvals to a Full Architects Service which will take a project right through from initial design, liaising with all necessary statutory bodies, and supervising works on site and Architects Certificates for lenders.

Ensuring that the projects we work on are as Sustainable and Energy Efficient as practically possible is an area of particular interest of the Practice and this has been expanded and complimented by the knowledge, expertise and accreditation to provide SAP Calculations and Energy Performance Certificate (EPC’s) (please click on the link above for more information).

Good contacts within the industry mean we can quickly bring in consultants such as Structural Engineers, Landscape Architects, Civil & Roads Engineers, Planning Consultants, Aboriculturists and Archaeologists to assist when and where necessary.