It was great to see this amazing project in come to fruition this year. A tricky negotiation through planning on heritage issues but a great collaboration with Chadwick Dryer Clark Studio
Chris Surfleet, Head of Heritage and Urban Design Studio, reflects on his heritage work with Cambridge based Chadwick Dryer Clark Architects.
Nottingham, King Edward Street, heritage and townscape assessment for a student accommodation for Fusion.
We worked collaboratively with the team to achieve permission for this distinctive corner-turning development
Really pleased to have been part of the team delivering three recent approvals for McCarthy & Stone retirement living schemes in Banstead, Bagshot and Wokingham.
Each one had different and challenging heritage issues, with two won at appeal.
A robust evidence-based heritage approach enabled approval of a £16million refurbishment and two storey extension above one of the earliest steel-supported ‘open-plan’ offices in the country: the Grade II listed Kodak House, Kingsway, London
Our Heritage team was delighted to succeed in achieving consent for this project in 2021, working with Savills and Barr Gazetas Architects
With effects on listed buildings, the setting of a Conservation Area, and requiring the demolition of the school’s original sanatorium, this contemporary design has been well absorbed into its historic context.
Our Heritage team was pleased to form part of the delivery team, with a superb design by NVB Architects