October 2017

Romney House Site, Lockleaze

We recently carried out a public consultation on our emerging proposals for a new residential development for Bristol City Council on the former Lockleaze School site. Proposals include 267 new mix tenure homes focused around a new linear park. More details are available on Bristol City Council’s consultation hub: https://bristol.citizenspace.com/place/romney-house-constable-road-development/

August 2017

Licata Planning Application Submitted

We have submitted proposals for a new mixed use development on Picton Lane, Montpelier incorporating studio spaces arranged around an courtard with apartments above. The proposals have been designed to reflect the historic grain of the Georgian plot boundaries.

February 2017

Progress at Triley Court

Work is progressing well with Brownfield Green’s development at Triley Court in the Black Mountains. The project involves the conversion of a Grade II Listed former nursing home into 10 houses including this new low energy courtyard house which is built into the hillside.

November 2016

Arnolfini Symposium

We will be discussing the work of the practice at the “Design Thinking : Emerging Practice” Symposium at the Arnolfini in Bristol on 9th November.

September 2016

Wendover Nearing Completion

Our development at Winterton House Wendover for Mccarthy and Stone is almost complete with the first apartments now occupied.

August 2016

Lawrenny Public Consultation

Our proposals for new sustainable housing for the village of Lawrenny in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park is currently out for public consultation.

August 2016

Southsea Progress

Our seafront apartment building for McCarthy & Stone is making excellent progress. The second floor slab is currently being cast.

July 2016

Latest Progress for New Build Council Homes

Our three Passivhaus projects for Bristol City Council are making great progress. The timber frame is up at Satchfield Crescent and is starting to emerge at Peverell Drive.

May 2016

Romilly Quarter, Barry wins RICS Award

Our church conversion on Porthkerry Road in Barry has won the 2016 RICS award for best residential development in Wales. The citation states “The Romilly Quarter scheme saw a Victorian former Methodist church and Sunday school hall, both Grade II listed, turned into 11 imaginative homes. The development has brought to life an historic building and demonstrates being environmentally friendly usage and energy efficiency, while preserving and enhancing a well-loved local landmark”.

April 2016

New Build Council Housing Starts on Site

Our project for new build council housing built to passivhaus standard has now started on site. The project will deliver 20 new homes across three sites in North Bristol.

March 2016

Wendover Construction Progress

Work is progressing fast on our project at Winterton House, Wendover. The development of 21 retirement homes for McCarthy & Stone will be completed later this year.

March 2016

Lawrenny Progress

After a seven year hiatus we are really excited to be moving forward again with our proposals for sustainable housing in Lawrenny Pembrokeshire. The development will incorporate a biomass community heating system, workshop units, a new village square as well as 32 new houses.

December 2015

Scout Hut Completed

Construction of this new scout hut in Bristol has jsut been completed. The Hut was the result of a long term collaboration with a dynamic and proactive community group to provide a much needed new space for local children.

November 2015

Roomily Quarter Wins RICS National Award

Our Romily Quarter Development for Brownfield Green has won the RICS 2016 national award for Best Residential Development. Details can be seen on the RICS website: http://www.rics.org/uk/training-events/awards/rics-awards-2016-residential/