LARGE SCHEMES

Our largest schemes have involved projects on sites across the country as well as local work in Berkshire.
While most of our work is within around 90 minutes from North Reading, we travel widely when the opportunity arises.

These larger projects have involved new construction and also the conversion of highly sensitive Listed buildings to new uses within a Conservation setting.

LARGE SCHEMES

Dedworth Community Scheme

This was a joint scheme involving five clients including the East Berkshire Primary Care Trust and The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
Planning Consent was obtained for the project which provide for a new library building, a health centre, a new church building, Affordable Housing and school caretaker housing on a site in the outskirts of Windsor.
The principle of the scheme was to create a new community centre in Dedworth, Windsor.
This was a joint scheme involving five clients including the East Berkshire Primary Care Trust and The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.
Planning Consent was obtained for the project which provide for a new library building, a health centre, a new church building, Affordable Housing and school caretaker housing on a site in the outskirts of Windsor.
The principle of the scheme was to create a new community centre in Dedworth, Windsor.
LARGE SCHEMES

Tehidy Development, Cornwall

This is an award-winning scheme in the far reaches of Cornwall.
The Tehidy Estate comprises a fine range of Listed buildings which were most recently used by the National Health Service prior sale for development.
The estate has been reinstated in its original form in this development, the main original Listed buildings have been retained, refurbished and converted to high-specification residential units.
There is a range of houses and flats formed within the existing country house, stables and other buildings.
Secondary and more recent structures were taken away allowing for a limited number of new and bespoke houses to be developed within the park.
The scheme won the WHAT HOUSE? Award which is sponsored by The Sunday Times.
LARGE SCHEMES

Chevin Park Development, West Yorkshire

The project surrounds the development and reinstatement of the Highroyds Hospital site which had been put up for sale by the NHS. This is one of the largest Victorian hospital sites in the country, originally built as a mental health institution but one which had become redundant prior to the sale.
As architects for the scheme we were involved in obtaining planning consent for the site as a whole and have also been involved in the actual construction work which is undertaken in seven phases.
Now known as Chevin Park, the 200 acre development has a mix of uses on the site and has created a new community close to the well-known West Yorkshire town of Ilkley.
Various developers have been involved on the site, Country & Metropolitan, Persimmon Homes and most recently Ben Bailey Homes have completed the later conversion phases.
The project surrounds the development and reinstatement of the Highroyds Hospital site which had been put up for sale by the NHS. This is one of the largest Victorian hospital sites in the country, originally built as a mental health institution but one which had become redundant prior to the sale.
As architects for the scheme we were involved in obtaining planning consent for the site as a whole and have also been involved in the actual construction work which is undertaken in seven phases.
Now known as Chevin Park, the 200 acre development has a mix of uses on the site and has created a new community close to the well-known West Yorkshire town of Ilkley.
Various developers have been involved on the site, Country & Metropolitan, Persimmon Homes and most recently Ben Bailey Homes have completed the later conversion phases.