Founded in 1972 Headley Stokes Associates is one of the leading regional architectural practices, we have substantial experience across most sectors with a number of ‘blue chip’ clients.

We have a range of experience from private houses, conversions and refurbishments, community centres, surgeries, schools, high tech offices and showrooms. Innovative in our approach, we believe in adapting the best of new, while retaining recognised and established values and techniques. This produces outstanding cost effective designs. We have experience in developing environmentally friendly and sustainable design solutions. We enjoy a reputation for providing excellent value for money, delivering quality buildings on time and within budget, we aim to deliver in excess of our Client’s expectations.

Basil Samila BA (HONS) Diploma Arch (Distinction) RIBA

Managing Director

With over 30 years experience directing complex projects, Basil brings a careers worth of knowledge and creativity to Headley Stokes portfolio.

Basil joined Headley Stokes in 2011 as Managing Director. Basil has a strong reputation for design, consistently delivering a diverse portfolio of innovative buildings.

Overseeing the creative approach of the practice Basil embeds a strong design led principles at the heart of all the projects, delivering sustainable responsive solutions. Prior to joining Headley Stokes Associates Basil was a Director for eleven years in Central London at the large architectural practice of Corstorphine + Wright.

David Jolley

With over twenty years experience in the construction industry David provides a practical , creative and enthusiastic approach to all technical aspects of a project.

Able to find solutions to  complex tasks, his knowledge covers all aspects of overseeing and guiding a project. David has experience in Building Regulations and technical detailing gained from working with a number of RIBA  chartered practices . David strives to constantly develop his technical skills together with his experience with Listed Buildings, Conservation and Ecology.