The Lady Elizabeth Wing in Holkham Park, North Norfolk



The vision, hard work, craftsmanship and attention to detail​ of our property team is regularly celebrated by industry experts, official bodies and awards panels. Here is an overview of their latest recognition, coverage and awards…

The Lookout wins a RIBA East Award 2019

May 2019 - We are proud to announce that The Lookout, which sits on Holkham National Nature Reserve has won a RIBA East Award.

RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) describe their awards as being ‘internationally regarded as a mark of excellence, recognising the best architecture, architects, research, and students. For 50 years, the RIBA awards and prizes for buildings have championed and celebrated the best architecture in the UK and around the world, no matter the form, size or budget.”

Officially opened in October 2018, The Lookout sits on Lady Anne’s Drive and looks out over the Holkham National Nature Reserve. It was built as an understated visitor centre, comprising lavatories, a small café and an orientation exhibition explaining the adjacent wetland and wider nature reserve.

It was designed by architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Lucas+Western.

New Visitor Facilities project wins RIBA East Award for Architecture and Conservation

May 2017- Hopkins Architects, the architectural company behind the new visitor facilities project at Holkham, has won a prestigious RIBA East Award as well as the RIBA East Conservation Award. The awards were presented in recognition of the £4.5 million redevelopment project at Holkham to provide new visitor facilities. The major transformation of the former pottery factory and stables buildings has created exciting, new and improved facilities for visitors and a new events venue, The Lady Elizabeth Wing.

The awards were presented in a ceremony at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge on Thursday 18th May and recognise the best in new architectural projects throughout the region. Speaking of the project RIBA East commented “Overall the detail is of a high standard and the conversion is a clever and bold reuse of the existing buildings, giving Holkham Hall another venue of which it can be truly proud.”