Larne Architects | Carrickfergus Architects.

<H4> A.L.D.A. Whitehead Architects - Lighthouse, Whitehead, Carrickfergus, Larne, Co. Antrim.</h4>

A.L.D.A.  Carrickfergus Architects | Larne Architects.

The projects we undertake vary in size from house extensions and adoption for disabled needs to large housing and commercial developments.

We have experience in the design of most dwelling types, license applications, hotels, guest houses, restaurants, office and retail development.

We are based in the beautiful town of Whitehead, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim,  Whilst we consider ourselves to be both Carrickfergus Architects and Larne Architects strictly speaking we are  Architects with a base in Whitehead.

This Architectural Practice works extensively in Newtownabbey, Ballyclare, Antrim, Ballymena, Carrickfergus, Islandmagee, Larne, and along  the Antrim coast to Ballycastle, and more generally right across Northern Ireland.

The service we offer is flexible, as are the hours we work. We fit in with your busy working life and regard phone calls and meetings in the evening and at weekends as normal.

We are often out on site, or at meetings. It is essential to phone for an appointment.

 Our initial on site consultation is free, so why not phone us?

<h4>Phone A.L.D.A. Carrickfergus Architects | Larne Architects Co. Antrim.</h4>

A.L.D.A. Architects,
15 Balfour Avenue,
Whitehead.
BT38 9RD.
Fax: 028 90776457
Tel: 028 93353052.

Architects Larne Carrickfergus Co. Antrim
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Visit South & East Antrim.

With its conservation area, steam trains and coastal walks Whitehead is one of the fine Co. Antrim coastal towns. We fully support the campaign by Friends of Blackhead Path to have the coastal path repaired and extended towards the Gobbins, and back towards the White Harbour. Indeed we see such projects, and the growth of tourist facilities, as vital to the future economic well being of South East Antrim.

With its Conservation Areas, cliffs, forests and coastal towns, South and East Antrim is one of the most scenic regions of Northern Ireland. We would welcome any ideas on places to visit, walks, unusual flora and fauna etc. We will be adding some further photo galleries of the area so do forward your favourite places. It is well worth visiting this region and spending time exploring. Much of the potential is sitting virtually unused!

Visit South & East Antrim.
<h4> A.L.D.A. Architect Larne - Glenoe Larne County Antrim photo 2012</h4><h4> A.L.D.A. Architect Larne - Waterfall Glenoe Larne County Antrim photo 2012</h4>
A.L.D.A.<h4> Architect Carrickfergus - Cushendun beach, Moyle County Antrim. Photo 2012 </h4><h4> A.L.D.A. Architects Cushendall Moyle County Antrim Layde Church 2012.</h4>
<h4> A.L.D.A. Architects Whitehead Carrickfergus County Antrim. Blackhead Lighthouse 2012.</h4><h4> A.L.D.A. Architect Larne - Glynn St John's Church Larme County Antrim Photo 2012. </h>
<h4>A.L.D.A. Architects Moyle Torr Head, County Antrim Photo 2012. </h4>

<h4>A.L.D.A. Architects Inver Larne County Antrim St. Cedma's County Antrim Photo 2012.</h4>