The experience of the Partners includes
Our experience includes the conversion of the former workhouse which later became a hospital at Cotshill Gardens, Chipping Norton into houses and the conversion of the former Drill Hall at HMS Drake, Plymouth into an NCO's mess.
More recent projects include a very wide range of sites in Conservation Areas and/or associated with Listed Buildings.
|High Street, Caerleon.
A new house in the form of a long stone barn, built on a site with Roman archaeology within the Conservation Area in the heart of Caerleon, South Wales.
|Squire Lane, Ubley.
Five houses and a ‘car barn’ grouped around a courtyard which will strengthen the approach to the village of Ubley in the Mendips.
|Golden Valley Mill, Bitton.
Two hundred houses related to the village Conservation Area.
A new timber house within the curtilage of a Grade II listed observation tower overlooking Chesil Beach.
|Cloughton Village Plan.
A village plan developed for this Conservation Area in a three day workshop with local people.
|Great Western Road, Chard.
A proposed mixed-use development centred around the grade II listed ex railway station.
|Cheltenham Road, Bristol.
Thirty-six flats on the steeply sloping site of a former public library on the edge of the Redland and Cotham Conservation Area.
|Health Centre, Bishopston, Bristol.
The conversion of a listed Edwardian swimming pool into a Health Centre, including the insertion of an intermediate floor.
|Gloucester Street, Wotton-under-Edge.
Thirteen houses for Edward Ware Homes near the town centre Conservation Area on the site of a former garage. Won a Stroud District Council Design Award 2005 and a RIBA Housing Award Commendation 2006.
|The Glove Factory, Yeovil.
A new mixed-use urban block incorporating a listed industrial building and providing 27 houses and 10 flats.
|General Office, Ebbw Vale.
The refurbishment and extension of the Grade 2* Listed General Office at the heart of the Ebbw Vale Masterplan Area.
|Farrington Gurney, Somerset.
Fifteen houses close to a listed house in this Somerset village for the Duchy of Cornwall.
|Firepool Lock, Taunton.
High density mixed use canalside development designed around a listed Victorian pumphouse.
Five houses on an infill site in the Cotwolds including the restoration of a Grade II listed barn.
Restoration of the existing building and reinstatement of the wing of this high quality Grade II Listed building lost to bombing during World War 2.
|Dove Street, Kingsdown.
A small infill scheme of ‘microflats’ within the Georgian area of the Kingsdown Conservation Area.
|Town Hall Site, Tiverton.
Competition winning design including 58 new and converted homes, cafe/gallery & amphitheatre on this unique steeply sloping site in a conservation area between the listed town hall and the river Exe.
|Bridge House, Kersey.
A new private house within the Kersey village conservation area in Suffolk.
|St. Andrew Street, Tiverton.
The conversion of 12 houses, including two listed buildings in a conservation area in the heart of Tiverton. (Part of our competition winning design for the Town Hall Site).
|Corve Street, Ludlow.
A mixed use urban infill development piecing back a small part of the urban fabric of the central Ludlow conservation area.
|Malvern House, Redland, Bristol.
Contemporary style apartments and town houses close to listed buildings in the Redland Conservation Area. Won a Bristol Civic Society Award.
|Ebrington, North Cotswolds.
Seventeen houses in the heart of this Cotswold village conservation area for Westbury Homes. Won an RIBA Housing Design Award in 2004.
|Middle Farm, Poundbury.
The conversion and extension of an existing farm grouping to provide new facilities for a software company.
|Project Armada, HMS Drake,
Remodelling of HMS Drake (partly Grade II listed) to provide up-to-date accommodation for 1650 naval personnel.
|Cotshill Gardens, Chipping Norton.
Conversion of a grade II listed workhouse into 22 houses for Regalian Properties.
Three houses for the elderly in this National Trust village conservation area for the West Somerset Rural Housing Association. Won the National Award for ‘Buildings in the Countryside’ in 1992 and a Civic Trust Commendation.
|Upper Bugle Street, Southampton.
Conservation area development of 96 flats for the elderly and single people.
|Lilac Cottage, Alderton.
An oak framed extension to a Grade 2 listed black and white cottage from the 17th Century in the village of Alderton in Gloucestershire.
|Pennington House, London.
The conversion and extension of the ground floor of a relatively narrow frontage terrace Arts and Crafts family house in the Muswell Hill conservation area, London.
|New Road Farm, Blaenavon.
A hundred and eleven houses on a very steep site within the World Heritage Site of Blaenavon in the Welsh Valleys.
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