August 4, 2020
Planning approval has been granted for our new build 306 unit PRS residential scheme on Silbury Boulevard in Central Milton Keynes for Cannon Capital Developments. The highly sustainable new building ranges from 5 to 14 storeys and is characterised by a series of stepped landscaped roof terraces around a central courtyard. The design, which incorporates public art and responds strongly to its specific urban context within Milton Keynes, was supported by planning officers and the town council who described it as ‘a high quality design’.
March 11, 2020
Our recently completed house in Kent has a palette of fine sawn grey slate, weathered timber and dark zinc cladding that reflects the rural context and draws references from local vernacular agricultural buildings. The dramatic slate stone wall bisects the house establishing a division between the more private wing of the house overlooking the garden and the family wing to the north.
November 18, 2019
A successful public consultation event was held for our project for 306 build-to-rent apartments in central Milton Keynes. The overall response to the scheme was very positive with some useful suggestions made by local attendees. A planning application is to be submitted in the coming months.
September 19, 2019
Ightham Scout Hut was opened officially at the weekend by local MP Tom Tugendhat and Jill Anderson, Mayor of Tonbridge and Malling. Community fund raising and donations of materials by local businesses helped provide a much needed new home for 1st Ightham Scout Group
September 13, 2019
Our conversion of a deconsecrated Grade II* listed church into a sports centre for the charity Greenhouse Sports won the Listed Buildings under £5m category. Project Architect Josh Thomas collected the award for our project 35 Cosway Street from Ulf Eickelberg, Director of Avison Young and Will Hurst, Managing Editor of AJ.
August 29, 2019
The Public Art panels, designed by Tom Gallant, are currently being installed along the Berwick Street elevation, with more to come in varying colours along Hopkins Street. Inspiration was taken from the area’s history of Huguenot textiles and fine metal work together with the rose window of the local St Luke’s church that once sat on the site.