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Bush Hall

Bush Hall, Hatfield. The restoration of the the Grade 2 Listed Bush Hall as and the creation a new glazed Dining Room link and separate Events space is reaching completion with the new river wall and riverside terrace being the final items in this Contract for the shell of the buildings. Many thanks to VM Zinc and their photographer Paul Kozlowski have taken a series of photographs of the site including the

Beeches Farm Planning Consent

Beeches Farm Rural Enterprise and Business Hub receives Planning Consent. First submitted in July 2021, the scheme has now been approved by Buckinghamshire Council. It will replace a group of sheds on the edge of Tring and provide flexible workspaces in a wonderful setting looking out over Aylesbury Vale. The buildings will use timber construction and adopt a low profile with planted roof. The roof overhangs each elevation creating a colannade and


The Pavilion

The Garden SEN School opens a new 16-18 school, The Pavilion.  Originally known as New Regents College the school consists of two very different buildings: the 1960 ‘Training Centre’ and Foster Associates (now Foster and Partners) 1972 Special Care Unit. Each building characterises the architectural thinking of its time and has been remodelled by paring away many of the unwanted and unsympathetic alterations of the intervening decades.  In the case of the

Bush Hall

Bush Hall, Hatfield. We are pleased to say Bush Hall starts on site this month after a pause of 18 months due to Covid. The Hall has already has several lives from its c17th century beginning, including use as a Manor House and more recently a school. This project will restore the Grade 2 Listed Hall as Hotel and Restaurant, and create a new glazed Dining Room link to the existing

Beeches Farm

Beeches Farm, Rural Enterprise Hub. The project that was begun pre-Covid as a courtyard project to redevelop a site in Buckinghamshire with two existing sheds has now proceeded to Planning stage with a more open approach to suit the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in which it lies. The proposal will reorganise the existing accommodation into a smaller footprint under a planted roof supported on timber structure and screening.  

Middlebeck Primary School

Roofscape at Middlebeck school, Newark. The roofscape is now taking shape at Middlebeck - one of the defining features of the new school. The roof will be finished with a zinc coated aluminium and will overhang to form an overhanging canopy. The school is formed of two wings with the right hand section in the image being lower and covering the classrooms and the left hand, partially clad and higher section


The Garden School 2

27.11.20  The Garden School 2 GLA have been appointed for the remodelling of the former Regents College, Ickburgh Road, Hackney - a 1960s brick building with timber and plywood roof beams - and a second building originally by Foster Associates. Both have been significantly altered over the years and are in need of repair. They will house a new post-16 cohort of The Garden SEN School - also by GLA - and


Middlebeck Primary School

12.11.20  Breaking ground at Middlebeck, Newark. Middlebeck School has started on site and the footprint of phase 1 is now visible from the air. Contractor Lindum Construction are now beginning the process of erecting steelwork which will take place over the next month which is here photographed from a drone in November sunshine.

The Garden Room

12.07.20  A Garden Room for The Garden School. A new addition for the Garden School in Hackney. Part greenhouse, part potting shed and part classroom, this outdoor classroom will offer a new space for teaching horticulture skills. The design has received Planning Consent and we hope will be under construction very soon.

Middlebeck Primary School

16.03.19  New Primary School for Middlebeck, Newark. The design for a new 2.5 FE Primary School for Urban & Civic which will be operated by the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham, sits at the centre of the new Middlebeck development on the southern edge of Newark which will provide up to 3,150 homes. The school will be known as Christchurch CofE Primary School. The design has been submitted for Planning Consent and