North West Schools

Priority Schools Programme

The Priority Schools Building Programme comprises 7 new build primary schools and 5 new build secondary schools located throughout the North West of England. 

Following submission of planning information Bidwells LLP have been commissioned by Morgan Sindall to develop detailed scheme proposals for 4 primary and 2 secondary schools.

The landscape design approach has been to create cohesive site layouts that are both practical and functional and which meet the EFA design requirements and financial constraints of the overall funding envelope. Each project has utilised a ‘Signature Specification’ and is designed to facilitate efficient building practices and sustainability criteria while providing an interactive external environment that encourages practical hands on learning opportunities and future development by the individual School.

 

What we did

  • Following submission of planning information, Bidwells were commissioned by Morgan Sindall to develop detailed scheme proposals for 4 of the primary and 2 of the secondary schools

     

  • Our landscape design approach has been to create cohesive site layouts that are both practical and functional, which meet EFA design requirements and also the financial constraints of the overall funding envelope

     

  • Each project has utilised a ‘Signature Specification’ and is designed to facilitate efficient building practices and sustainability criteria. The design incorporates an interactive external environment that encourages practical hands-on learning opportunities and future development We provided Landscape Architecture Services through RIBA Stages 1-7.

     

  • We delivered major new landscape schemes for 3 new primary schools and 3 secondary schools across the NorthWest of England, including Manchester, Liverpool and Blackpool

 

Result

  • The programme runs between 2014 and 2019. Three schools are now complete with a further three schools currently under construction.
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