Howell has been with the practice for 12 years. Credit: MGA

Howell steps up at Mosedale Gillatt

Iona Howell has joined the architect’s management team as a director, moving up from associate level.

Having spent 12 years with the Newcastle firm, she will work with directors Tim Mosedale and Jenny Gillatt to grow the practice, while developing and leading on projects.

Howell is accredited both as a RIBA specialist conservation architect and as a member of the AABC (architects accredited in building conservation).

She has worked with other MGA team members to establish and maintain the firm’s position as a member of the sustainability-focused ‘Green Register’.

Director and co founder Jenny Gillatt said: “Iona has been a key member of the Mosedale Gillatt Architects team for a while now and her promotion represents a natural next step, not only for Iona, but for the wider practice.

“Over the past few years, Iona has worked to assure the levels of client care, award winning design and careful project management that clients have come to expect from the practice. We are delighted that Iona has joined Tim and I as a director.’

Howell said: “I’m delighted to take the next step in my architectural career with Mosedale Gillatt Architects. It’s a really exciting time to become a director in the practice following recent award success and wonderful projects in the pipeline.”

Mosedale Gillatt’s 17Nineteen project, which saw a grade one-listed church become a cultural hub, this month won RIBA North East’s Building of the Year title, and will advance to the national wards in June.

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