Practice History

Ainsley & Partners was established as a Central London Practice in 1930 by Arthur Ainsley -the grandfather of two of the current partners. The Practice has widespread experience in both project and cost management with an extensive client base.

Throughout its history, Ainsley & Partners have always been associated with the British Broadcasting Corporation (The BBC) being involved in numerous projects including the famous landmark building Broadcasting House in Langham Place and later at Television Centre in Wood Lane.

Today, the practice has a busy and varied workload with clients drawn from both the public and private sectors.

We have a loyal workforce – many of whom have worked with us for over 20 years. We have diverse and above all enthusiastic members of staff across all our offices and can provide all levels of appropriate experience.

Ainsley & Partners recent clients include working on behalf of various independent and state funded schools, the commercial sector and prestigious retail companies such as Harrods, Habitat, wine merchants Berry Bros. & Rudd and Selfridges. We also have great experience of working in Listed Buildings and have undertaken projects for The Victoria & Albert Museum, The Natural History Museum and The British Museum.

We have developed a particular expertise at advising on refurbishment projects. We understand the difficulties of working within existing (and often occupied) buildings. We can therefore advise on the full implications in terms of cost and programme when a client is contemplating this form of development.

From its offices in London [WC1], Derby and Northampton, Ainsley & Partners provides a comprehensive range of professional services, which ensures an efficient and cost effective response to the needs of the client.

Client satisfaction is of the upmost importance to our practice and much of our existing workload is made up through working with established clients providing us with repeat business.

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