The adaptive reuse of redundant buildings will continue to be an important source of new housing and can act as a catalyst for wider urban regeneration.
Every project requires a bespoke approach, from the creative adaptation of listed buildings to redundant industrial and office buildings less than 50 years old. We excel at getting the best from any structure, delivering attractive, sustainable solutions whilst retaining the finest aspects of the existing building.
BDP’s London studio is hosting a debate on the current UK housing crisis asking if the almost terminal decline in construction of housing since the 1960s, coupled with a lack of trust in modern building techniques, has also led to a decline in respect for architects in this sector.
BDP has submitted plans for the first phase of the Meadow Lane development for Elevate Property Group.
A Roomzzz aparthotel at the Great Yorkshire Showground has been granted planning permission by Harrogate Borough Council. BDP is architect, landscape architect and sustainability consultant for the £10m scheme.
Nippon Koei President Ryuichi Arimoto talks about the collaboration between BDP and Nippon Koei and the joint vision to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, design and engineering firm delivering world class design solutions which enhance the communities they serve.
BDP has announced three new director appointments which take effect from the start of this year.
Urban designer Conor Moloney is one of the speakers at Regeneration 2015, the third annual regeneration and development conference at the new Dublin Institute of Technology Grangegorman Campus.
IT director Alistair Kell is a keynote speaker at this year’s National BIM Congress in the Netherlands when he will present on Newforma and BDP’s application of the UK government mandate and NBS BIM toolkit.
Planning director Anna Sinnott is one of the speakers for a Future of London Communities in Transition visit to Whitechapel to see how the healthcare and life sciences sector is driving development in the area.
Plans have been submitted for 600 homes in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter. The £80m scheme will regenerate a six acre vacant site and former industrial works, and will be one of the largest residential developments the city centre area has seen in over a decade.