29 Sep Cowan Architects Wins National Business Partnership Award
Cowan Architects has won the National Business Partnership award with the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) for their decade long support of the charity across the South East Region of Kent Sussex and Surrey.
The award was presented to Chairman and founder, David Cowan by sports presenter and broadcaster, Clare Balding, at the RDA Gala Dinner held at Draper’s Hall, London. Clare Balding, a great supporter of the RDA, was particularly enthusiastic about the work of Cowan Architects, who are specialists in disability adaptations and inclusive design. She praised the company for “continually finding creative and new ways to help the RDA, not only in funding and attending their events but giving advice on accessibility and much more”. Lindsay Correa, Chairman of the RDA South East Region said “Cowan Architects are worthy winners of this award as they have been unstinting in their long support of our region which has given us the stability to become such a vibrant, progressive and successful operation that inspires and improves the lives of so many”.
Cowan Architect’s vision to improve the quality of life across all manner of disabilities makes them ideal supporters of RDA South East. The award recognises both the length of the Company’s support and the breadth. For more than a decade they have funded the regional competitions in riding and carriage driving as well as training days and speakers for conferences.
“Thank you Cowan Architects for an enduring and evolving business partnership”
enthused Lindsay Correa.
Photograph by Alex Lloyd
From right to left: Clare Balding, David Cowan (Chairman, Cowan Architects) and Claire Williams (Executive Director of Award Sponsors, the British Equestrian Trade Association)