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NEWS & EVENTS

Nash Partnership brings heritage expertise to Redland High School renovation.

09 Aug 2017

Nash Partnership has been appointed by Kersfield to provide architecture services for the heritage element of the proposed regeneration of Redland High School in Bristol. The plans propose a new residential development to provide 43 new homes by adapting and restoring the existing buildings...

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Blaenau Gwent Town Centre Strategy Survey

05 Jul 2017

We would like to hear your views in relation to the development of a strategy for five town centres in Blaenau Gwent. 

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Blaenau Gwent Town Centre Workshops

04 Jul 2017

We are hosting a series of workshops in relation to development of a strategy for five town centres in Blaenau Gwent (click here for more details). 

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Bedminster Green Energy Centre public consultation

03 Jul 2017

Thank you to local residents who came along to the consultation on the proposed Bedminster Green Energy Centre, held at Windmill Hill Community Centre. For anybody who was unable to attend, the consultation material along with a comment form, can be found via the link below.

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Public consultation dates for Blaenau Gwent town centres

26 Jun 2017

Nash Partnership is hosting a series of workshops to support our work on developing a strategy for the town centres in Blaenau Gwent. 

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Planning application submitted for McArthur’s Yard

20 Jun 2017

A formal planning application for the redevelopment of McArthur’s Yard on the historic Bristol harbourside has now been submitted to Bristol City Council, following a series of consultations. 

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Go ahead granted to redevelop building in Bath’s Walcot Yard

02 May 2017

Planning permission to redevelop the North Range building in Walcot Yard has been granted by Bath and North East Somerset Council. 

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Applying Small Sites Exemption Policy – a degree of clarification

21 Apr 2017

In February, we considered how the Government’s small sites exemption policy in respect of affordable housing was working out in practice. In this, we highlighted some inconsistencies in recent appeal decisions in terms of whether the national guidance or local policy takes precedence.

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Brownfield Land Register and Permission in Principle

20 Apr 2017

The Brownfield Land Register Regulations 2017 and Permission in Principle Order 2017 came into force last week on 16 April 2017 and 15 April 2017 respectively.

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Building capacity in housing

15 Mar 2017

Edward Nash says there is huge scope to diversify housing stock in under-performing suburban areas while justifying new investment in place-making.

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