Planning permission granted for Aston Fire Station

Bond Bryan are delighted that planning permission has been granted for the redevelopment of Aston Fire Station. Bond Bryan worked closely with the Fire Service and consultants to develop a functionally-robust, but aspirational, design proposal which meets the needs of... View Article

Planning consent secured for 4 Glass Wharf: New office scheme will mark Darling Associates’ second project with Salmon Harvester on site

Planning consent has been secured from Bristol City Council for 4 Glass Wharf, a major new 210,000 net sq ft headquarters office development in Bristol’s Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.  The project has been designed by award-winning architecture studio Darling Associates for developer Salmon Harvester Properties Ltd (Salmon). The eight storey building... View Article

Senior specified for new Leeds private rental scheme

Aluminium windows and doors from leading fenestration manufacturer Senior Architectural Systems have been chosen for the new X1 Aire private rented scheme in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Located in the heart of Leeds city centre, the glazing package for the new... View Article

Winter is Coming – EverEdge in Winterfell

The iconic Castle Ward in Northern Ireland is famous in its own right for the stunning gardens and mansion which is a mix of architectural styles, Classical and Gothic. However, many people may know the Castle more now because the... View Article

A heavenly restoration of Grade I listed Church

Williams & Burrows Heritage Repair Ltd are specialists in the repair and maintenance of historic buildings.  Based in Devon – with over 50 years experience, they were the ideal contractor for the refurbishment of St Michaels and All Angels Church,... View Article

Walcot Square wins planning approval

Planning Consent has just been granted for this brownfield residential development in the Kennington Conservation area, providing six new houses for rent for historic local Lambeth charity the Walcot Foundation. Malcolm Crayton, Director at FORMstudio, comments: “The approval for this... View Article

Jacobs Medical Center

In order to offer the community access to leading edge cancer, stem cell and surgical therapies, Cannon Design collaborated with doctors, scientists, nurses and engineers to build a world class medical destination for patient first care. Connected to Thornton Pavilion... View Article

Architect set to bring 1930s lido to life

A Grade II-listed 1930s lido is set to reopen after being awarded lottery funding. The £3.4 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant will be used towards a £6.5 million restoration of Broomhill Pool in Ipswich. The art-deco building was constructed in... View Article

Architect set to bring 1930s lido to life

A Grade II-listed 1930s lido is set to reopen after being awarded lottery funding. The £3.4 million Heritage Lottery Fund grant will be used towards a £6.5 million restoration of Broomhill Pool in Ipswich. The art-deco building was constructed in... View Article