North West case studies
Sheffield’s ‘Gold Route’ is a series of streets and places running through the city centre from Sheffield station and to Devonshire Park in the west of the city.
CABE helped Salford City Council to produce and adopt a design guide which is rooted in local character and promotes well-designed development in Salford.
Integrating three existing Victorian buildings in the heart of the resort to create an arts complex with national clout and local appeal.
Bringing together courts and offices which were previously scattered across the city in an award-winning civic building.
Two pilot refurbishment schemes showing how terraced housing can be retained, improved and serve as a key symbol of physical continuity in a regeneration area.
A model of how imaginative but simple design interventions can give a new lease of life to an area of terraced housing.
A complex regeneration project which successfully combines large-scale refurbishment with substantial physical remodelling of a housing estate in Manchester.
This small scheme is to be found nestled amongst Stockport’s historic, in places medieval, core. Designed by TADW Architects.
Eco-friendly design and sustainable living principles take centre-stage at the Academy of St Francis of Assisi, a joint-faith secondary school in Liverpool. Designed by Capita Percy Thomas.
Salford's flood prevention scheme uses open spaces for temporary water storage when levels get too high - showing that hard defences are not the only solution. Designed by Axis PED.
Public space (102)
Culture and leisure (66)
Commercial buildings (52)
Education buildings (44)
Sustainable development (41)
Parks and green spaces (36)
Historic environment (32)
Health buildings (29)
Transport & infrastructure (9)
Inclusive design (8)