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Wensum Edge, Norwich.

670 homes and cafe quarter.

Thames Road, Barking and Dagenham.

245 homes and commercial.

Manor Road, Ealing.

144 homes.

Chequers Lane, Barking and Dagenham.

377 homes, primary school.

Highgate Hill, Islington.

6 homes.

The Street, South Norfolk.

130 homes.

Stamford Brook, Hounslow.

House extension.

Honor Oak Park, Lewisham.

Backland homes.


Build for sale, build for rent, co-living, student housing, affordable homes, self-build, private homes ... you name it, we've done it. Helping to deliver a significant number of high quality new homes for a wide range of needs is one of our proudest achievements because we believe that, in modern Britain, everyone has the right to a decent home. 

Neasden Lane, Brent.

Commercial kitchens and food hall.

Bicester Gateway, Cherwell.


White Lion Street, Islington.


Waltham Point, Epping Forest.

Distribution centre.

Priestley Way, Brent.

Data centre.

Portal Way, Ealing.

Commercial kitchens.

Howley Lane, Warrington.

Estate refurbishment.

Trade City, Chelmsford.

Industrial units.


Planning has a critical role in building a strong and competitive economy. Now, more than ever, we need to ensure that we provide the clarity of advice to enable our clients to invest, expand and adapt in their businesses. In doing so, we have helped create thousands of new jobs in industry, warehousing, research and development, food production, offices, shops, restaurants and cafes.

Brightwells, Farnham.

Town centre redevelopment.

Epsom Station, Epsom and Ewell.

Station redevelopment.

Central Street, Bolton.

158 homes, shops and cafes.

Whitehaven Harbour, Whitehaven.

New hotel and harbourside regeneration.

The Oaks, Acton.

Town centre redevelopment.

Island Site, Nottingham.

962 homes, 636 student beds, shops and offices.

Twickenham Station, Richmond.

Station redevelopment.

Redhill Station, Reigate and Banstead.

Station redevelopment.


Town centres are changing and with a positive approach to their growth they can remain at the heart of local communities. Positive town planning, working with local authorities and developers to manage, adapt and redevelop town centres to enable them to grow and diversify in a way that can respond to rapid changes whilst retaining their distinctive local character.

Harris Invictus Academy, Croydon.

Secondary school.

St George's School, Weybridge.

Sports hall, new teaching blocks and boat house.

Howard of Effingham, Guildford.

Academy school.

Big Creative, Waltham Forest.

Academy school.

Temple Fortune Lane, Barnet.

Health centre.

Dockhead, Southwark.

Fire station.

Blount Street, Tower Hamlets.

106 bed student accommodation.

Deal Ground, Norwich.

Sustainable urban extension.


Strong and safe communities means planning places that are healthy, inclusive and safe in meeting the needs of local people. In advising on community infrastructure, such as schools, sports facilities, emergency services, renewable energy supplies, community halls and public open spaces we always aim to improve quality of life and social cohesion.

Paddington Bear Experience, London.

Tourist attraction.

Crate, London.

Business, shops, food and drink in crates.

Totteridge, Barnet.

Community farm.

Ullswater, Lake District.

Boat house.

Joiners Workshop, Keswick.

Base camp.

Tower Bridge, London.

Exhibition centre.


Workplace experience.


School visits.


It's great to something a little different every now and then ...

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