Newington Causeway, Southwark receives Planning Approval by committee. Oct 11
The building is predominantly a residential tower comprising 38 new homes with 2 floors of offices provided at mezzanine and first floor. The building is triangular in plan and consists of 3 separate prisms that vary in height from 16 to 22 stories to better relate visually to the context. The tower has been conceived as one of the gateway buildings into the regenerated Elephant & Castle and we are hopeful that it will make a major contribution into delivering regeneration in that area.
Bear Lane wins RIBA award
The RIBA announced winners of the 2011 London Regional awards at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London on 19th May 2011, at which Panter Hudspith Architects won an award for Bear Lane, a mixed-use residential scheme located in Southwark, London. For more information visit the RIBA website.
Panter Hudspith appointed to design Westminster Abbey cafe
Following an invited competition, Panter Hudspith Architects have been appointed to design a new visitor cafe for Westminster Abbey. This will be located in the refurbished 11th Century 'Cellarium' and 'Misericorde', as part of the existing visitor route and will provide modern facilities within a rich historical setting. The cafe is due to open in late-2011.
Royal Road, Kennington has won Planning Permission at Appeal
The 96 unit residential scheme will deliver 80% affordable housing for Southwark residents. The plan consists of four main cores, ranging in height from four to nine storeys, which are linked by spacious three and four bedroom duplex units, with flats and roof terraces above. Flats are arranged in a cruciform plan around the cores and as a result 40% of the units are triple aspect, and the remaining units are dual aspect. The project is due to start on site in November 2010.
Panter Hudspith selected for Mid Cornwall Clay Country Eco-town
Our proposals for a Code Level 6 detached house and Code Level 4 terraced house were selected by two stage competition in July 2010. We will be working alongside five other practices to develop the pilot phase of the 1715 acre site. Located in disused china clay works, the new community will encourage and facilitate a more sustainable way of living, and provide fifty new homes, community facilities, and a visitor centre in the first phase of development.
Bromley Road, Lewisham is granted Planning Permission. March 2010
This mixed-use development of 117 residential units and 4000ft2 approx. commercial floor area, is comprised of 4 blocks varying in height between six and nine storeys, set around a raised internal courtyard, with this enclosure's final side being enclosed by a row of 3 storey, 3-bed mews houses. Ample amenity space in the form of balconies, roof terraces, gardens and the communal courtyard, together with flats which are predominantly dual aspect, aim to ensure a high quality of life for all residents.
Thames Rowing Club in Putney, London granted Planning Permission. Dec 09
This refurbishment and extension of a historic boathouse on the River Thames modernises the facilities providing new changing rooms, a veranda and extended boat storage on the ground floor. The scheme is in a highly sensitive location on the banks of the River Thames and within the Putney Embankment conservation area. The scheme was described as a ‘welcome and tasteful reinvention of a Rowing club and a positive addition to the conservation area’
Friar Gate Square in Derby granted Planning Permission. Nov 09
This 9,000sqm office development, split over two buildings, is set alongside Derby's inner ring road, just behind historic Friar Gate and abutting the Grade II listed Friar Gate Bridge. The design balances the need for sensitivity to its historic context while providing a contemporary landmark along the new inner ring road.
Flemingate, Beverley receives Planning Permission Sept 09
The £120 million redevelopment of a 7 hectare post industrial site in the historic town of Beverley, includes a college, hotel, offices, community centres, car park facility as well as retail and residential uses. The masterplan proposal was accompanied by a Design Code, written in close collaboration with the East Riding or Yorkshire Council and English Heritage. The Code covers the historic and architectural elements of Beverley's building stock and proposes modern interpretations for the new development.
Camberwell New Road was granted Planning Permission by committee. Sept 09
The 37 unit scheme completes the streetscape on the site of a previous petrol station and consists of 38% affordable rented, and 78% dual aspect units. The scheme has spacious south facing gardens and balconies which step back at the rear to ensure adequate daylighting to all units.
'The Collection' in Lincoln wins award
The Civic Trust Awards announced winners of the 2009 awards at the Emirates Stadium, London on 18th March 2009. Panter Hudspith won an Award for 'The Collection', City and County Museum in Lincoln. For more information visit www.civictrustawards.org.uk
Former Ritz Cinema Site, Royal Tunbridge Wells receives Planning Permission. Nov 08
The mixed use scheme for over 9,000sqm of retail, 7,000 sqm of office space and a 137 bedroom hotel in the centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells received Planning Approval. The scheme sits in the heart of the historic town and will provide two internal landscaped courtyards with views out to the Tunbridge Wells Common beyond.
Carmelite Street receives Planning Approval. Oct 08
A scheme for a 6 storey 6000sqm Office at Carmelite Street, York received Planning Approval from the City of York Council. The successful scheme when built will be the first scheme to face onto a new public square for York. The building will be built to the highest environmental standards achieving BREEAM excellent and having an extensive living green roof.
The scheme was described as an 'Exemplar building for York' and a scheme that sets a 'Gold standard for the Hungate development' by the Planning Committee.
Christ's Lane, Cambridge
We have recently completed a mixed-use development in Christ's Lane, Cambridge. The project was the main feature article in Architecture Today (Sept 08) - 'Reconnecting Cambridge: retail by Panter Hudspith and Chapman Taylor.