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This small scheme is to be found nestled amongst Stockport’s historic, in places medieval, core.
The Royal Arsenal was established in 1671 and became the largest complex for the manufacture and storage of armaments and military equipment in Britain.
Scalebor Park is situated on the edge of a village in the greenbelt, and is located between Bradford and Leeds.
Ostfildern, a town with 35,000 inhabitants, is located in the urban periphery of Stuttgart. The region is economically prosperous, but suffers from a considerable housing shortage and resulting high prices for housing.
This first development under the Oldham Rochdale Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder is also the first Building for Life Gold Standard winner in the North West region.
The Sinclair building is one of Sheffield’s finest mixed-use developments.
Described as 'an urban village', this development aims to be a landmark in providing the intensity of city living in a suburban location.
The first phase of St Andrew’s, a residential-led scheme close to the London 2012 Olympic venue, provides 194 homes rises above the standard of many high-density regeneration developments and creates a real sense of place.
Introducing prefabricated timber construction (up to five storeys high) from sustainable forests was fundamental to this project’s success.
At the eastern end of a formerly contaminated isolated site at Dunston Staiths, this development is the outcome of a mainstream housing developer’s response to designer Wayne Hemingway’s provocative criticism of the ‘Wimpeyfication’ of Britain by volume housebuilders.
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