L&G Response to Planning White Paper

With a belief that the delivery of housing and regeneration sits at the heart of supporting a strong economic bounce back and society’s needs, we welcome reform that can speed up and renew the planning process in the UK.  In... View Article

Net Zero Carbon workspace given go ahead by Lambeth Council

FCBStudios and Bywater Properties have been granted planning permission for a six-storey net zero carbon office development in Vauxhall. The scheme, named Paradise, will replace the disused Costa Coffee roastery on Old Paradise Street and transform a neglected and disused site... View Article

Escapade Living unveils flagship development at Silverstone

Escapade Silverstone, comprising 60 residences and a clubhouse, will give guests the chance to live out their racing ambitions and offer unparalleled sightlines of the circuit. It will seek to redefine access to motorsport. Trackside Luxury To-date, for those seeking... View Article

Nottingham’s Island Quarter moves a step closer

One of the biggest city centre regeneration schemes in the UK has moved a step closer today (24 July) as a planning application for the first phase of The Island Quarter development is submitted to Nottingham City Council. Phase 1A,... View Article

Planning permission vital to protect vulnerable people, says RTPI

Plans by the government, announced this morning, extending controversial new ‘rights’ to alter or replace buildings without the need for planning permission risk adding to the country’s already prevalent health and societal inequalities, the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) has... View Article

Arrival of much needed warehouse and industrial space

Brighton Works breathes new life into heritage site An historic industrial site in Bevendean has been given a new lease of life after developer Charter Land transformed it into Brighton Works – the largest warehouse and industrial development to be... View Article

National Autistic Society opens new Vanguard School

Students at the National Autistic Society’s Vanguard School in Lambeth, South London, are settling in after the new free school opened in January. Designed by Pozzoni Architecture and built by Galliford Try, Vanguard School is tailored specifically to children and... View Article

Mobility meets architecture

A new gateway to the centre of Bressanone (Italy), a small city in South Tyrol, is the latest addition to the Bressanone-Varna Ring Road. The infrastructural landscape project designed by MoDusArchitects www.modusarchitects.com, is composed of a series of connected, largely... View Article

The Restaurant Gütsch reopens after the lockdown

Designed by Studio Seilern Architects, the Gütsch Restaurant on the Swiss Alps is now reopened and calling you above the cloud. At the heart of the new ski region Andermatt-Sedrun, the Gütsch is at an altitude of 2360m above sea level and... View Article

Two Towers at La Chapelle International, Paris

In the heart of the Chapelle International neighborhood in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, currently undergoing major renewal, the firms of Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés and MOA Architecture are delivering two towers with a total of 254 apartments attached... View Article

Thames Clippers to Service Barking Riverside

Barking Riverside Limited and Thames Clippers have agreed a long-term contract to extend the capital’s leading River Bus service to the growing East London district. Expected to open Winter 2021, Barking Riverside will be Thames Clippers’ newest stop across the... View Article