Croft Architects help prestigious Staffordshire spa to create space for growth

Up to 10 new jobs could be created after a Staffordshire Architect won planning permission to create new offices for well-known spa and venue, Moddershall Oaks.

The plans, by Croft Architecture, also allows the development of a new and improved access to the spa and swimming pool.

“Moddershall Oaks is a superb venue with high quality facilities but they had an issue with office space, with staff occupying different locations across the site,” said Carl Croft, Managing Director of Croft Architecture.

“We were delighted to be consulted on the project and have been able to come up with a solution which brings staff together and offers space to accommodate additional people.”

The new plans accommodate space for a ground floor manager’s office, a re-arranged lay-out providing a staff room, storage room, housekeeping office, and a director’s office and an open plan sales office on the first floor.

Carl added: “Moddershall Oaks is built on a slope with different areas at varying heights. We were challenged to provide solutions that would both improve the use of the site and allow for work to be carried-out with minimum disruption on a busy, prestige leisure site.

Penny Holland, Director of Moddershall Oaks, said: “Working with Croft Architecture has been a pleasure. Carl Croft is absolutely up to date with current legislation, new trends and best practice.

“He was able to provide us with productive solutions taking relevant personal circumstances as well as business operations into account.

“It is such a breath of fresh air to rely on a professional who is consistent, considerate and accurate.”

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Notes to Editors:

Carl Croft founded Croft Architecture in 2009 having previously worked for two prominent architecture firms in North Staffordshire. Croft Architecture is based at Anson Court, Staffordshire Technology Park, Stafford. The practice undertakes commercial and residential work.

Carl, a RIBA qualified architect, is President of the Stafford Chamber of Commerce.