Latest Portfolio

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YMCA National Centre

market: Leisure

Croft Goode is working with Fylde Coast YMCA on the redevelopment of the YMCA National Centre, Lakeside, Windermere. The project will provide high quality, environmentally sustainable, purpose built accommodation in … read more

Docherty House,

market: Care

Replacing the existing out-dated service, Docherty House is a flagship care centre near Central Manchester, which provides supported accommodation for heavy drinkers. This purpose-designed building, on behalf of Great Places … read more

Ribble Valley Homes’
offices, Clitheroe

market: Commercial

A new office scheme for Ribble Valley Homes, the three storey building, located on the edge of a Conservation Area in the centre of Clitheroe, is a contemporary mix of … read more

Kirkham Grammar
School extension

market: Education

A 12 classroom extension to the existing Kirkham Grammar School science block with office accommodation and further classrooms. The extension was designed to conform to the existing building on one … read more

Priory Green,

market: Social Housing

This development consists of six semi-detached, three bedroom family homes designed for Riverside. These quality affordable homes, built on land off Norton Village are being made available for shared ownership.

The Croft Goode way


Croft Goode’s philosophy is firmly rooted in the belief that the success of building design and delivery is down to collaboration: Us. Client. Stakeholders. All three parties need to have an honest, collaborative exchange throughout the timeline of every project.

This approach puts the user at the heart of building design which ultimately leads to better buildings and tangible human improvements.


Our people are our greatest asset and they have played a pivotal role in shaping the Croft Goode way. They have developed an architectural practice they feel proud to be part of, growing our client portfolio in sectors that challenge and cultivate our design skills.

By building our practice on people, we can attract and retain architectural talent. This value is linked to our vision of having a happy workforce who feel valued, empowered and who contribute to the development, improvement and long-term future of the business.

This only enhances the client experience.

Thought leadership

If everything matters, nothing does. That’s why we focus our knowledge development on the sectors we specialise in. Through our personal development programme, our staff are constantly developing their thought leadership credentials.

This means our clients get the right blend of experience, technical ability and personality to solve the most complex of problems.

Our passion for learning is driven by our directors. Michael Goode is president of the North Lancashire Society of Architects and a regional director of RIBA. And many of our team provides expert commentary to national media on architectural matters.