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  • #2031
    Ricardo
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    Latest Monkbridge Visual, we’re re-imagining a 360m long Victorian railway viaduct in Leeds.

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    #2023
    Ricardo
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    Meadow House in Ogston has been submitted for planning, currently has the support of the planning officer so there might be an approval by Xmas!.
    Well done to everyone who helped deliver this scheme, a lot of TLC was required at times but the end result was a happy client.

    #2012
    admin
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    Bromley UTC (no longer a UTC) moving forwards.

    This will be the first high rise school in the UK – here’s a shot of the model we presented to the client team yesterday

    #2011
    Ricardo
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    Heathfield Primary School, completed Sept 2016 for Wates

    #2001
    Ricardo
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    CROWN PLACE IN THE RARE SUMMER SUN

    #1998
    Ricardo
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    #1995
    Ricardo
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    Wyken Croft Primary looking pretty good (in small areas). We are carryiong out a comprehensive review of many of our Wates built schemes and will share the results when available.
    Wyken Croft Primary School

    #1964
    Ricardo
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    Landscape really does (most of the time) get better with age. Cant wait to see this place in 5 years!

    Nice photo by James G.

    #1958
    Ricardo
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    We’ve been appointed by the main contractor to deliver detailed design and implementation of the Taylor Wimpey roof terraces on Lambeth High St. Well done James, should be a nice scheme for ALA London to get their teeth into.

    #1955
    Ricardo
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    We were appointed last month to deliver the landscape and public realm for the new Doncaster Library with Bond Bryan. The scheme extends Ben’s relationship with the town after having first delivered Waterdale Doncaster on the adjacent sites whilst still at Whitelaw Turkington.

    #1953
    Ricardo
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    UPDATE: We’ve Won it!!
    Just submitted a fee proposal for Monkbridge in Leeds, potentially working with CJCT Architects. They liked the bid, lets hope the Client does….!

    #1950
    Ricardo
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    New shots of the Leeds University Public Realm and MSCP. Looking very good, the trees need a few more weeks to fill out
    Leeds University and MSCP

    #1944
    Ricardo
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    UPDATE : WE’VE WON IT!!
    ALA Cheltenham have just submitted a bid jointly with Robert Slinbrick Architects for a new Crematorium in Cheltenham. If successful it will add to our growing portfolio of spiritual landscapes. Fingers Crossed.
    Cheltenham Crematorium

    #1940
    Ricardo
    Keymaster

    Kate presented the Ogdon Private residence to the OPUN Design Review Panel last Friday (same one that’s reviewed our Chesterfield Waterside Scheme). The scheme got a great response. The Architect on the panel Chris Twomey from Axis Architects said “there is a clarity to the design which comes from the marriage between landscape and architecture… the fact the landscape is central to the design makes the project rich’

    Analysis of Structure Planting

    #1933
    admin
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    Interesting report published today by RIBA evaluating school design in the UK.
    Some really intersting stuff – see extract below:

    The RIBA believes the Government should review how the current generation
    of centrally planned school building projects is working. The new approach
    adopted by the Government when it established the EFA has succeeded in
    delivering schools to incredibly tight budgets, but it has also proved to be
    hugely restrictive in terms of the design and timeframes allowed for the
    construction of new schools. This one-size-fits-all approach means that
    opportunities to innovate or respond to local context to optimise investment
    are being curtailed. With the right reforms, the results could be much better.

    At the heart of our argument is our belief that giving the teams designing
    and building new schools greater flexibility will enable future schools to
    benefit from the expertise of the professionals involved.

    top marks for frank?

    See link here

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