Nash Partnership’s planning team has secured permission for a new indoor trampoline centre in Bristol.
Many thanks to everyone who came along to the Monkey Island Hotel exhibition at Lavender House on Tuesday 12 April.
The government has laid legislation before parliament which will make permitted development rights allowing offices to be converted to residential use permanent from 6 April.
Nash Partnership has been named as part of the consortium selected to deliver an exemplar national custom-build and self-build pilot scheme in Basingstoke.
The outline application for 95 new dwellings on Royal High School land in Bath was given approval yesterday.
A successful public consultation was held in Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor in Oxfordshire on Saturday 12 December, detailing the proposed housing development at Springfield Farm.
Nash Partnership’s Urban Design Director Amanda Taylor has been appointed by Design Council Cabe as a Built Environment Expert (BEE).
Representatives from Nash Partnership will be available at a public consultation event in Kingston Bagpuize with Southmoor on Saturday 12 December.
Outline plans for two Nash Partnership projects with a combined value of c.£100m were recently given planning committee approval within 24 hours of each other.