Our Architecture team is delighted to have been named as a finalist at the second annual Bath Property Awards.
The awards aim to celebrate the dynamic Bath property sector: from residential to commercial, from lettings to new builds, and from civic buildings to bold re-imaginings.
A number of our team’s projects have reached significant milestones this year. These include:
- Spring Wharf at Roseberry Place. 171 new apartments, 4,500m² office space and 1,000m² convenience store. The development enables a major new portion of housing to be delivered as part of planned regeneration in the area. The new residents held their first community gathering there very recently, with food and entertainment while enjoying views down the river. It is great to see the positive impact on the people/place and the opening up of the river in an area that was unused only five years ago.
- Hope House. An exclusive development of 58 new dwellings with a mix of size, arranged around the historic Grade II listed Hope House, gardens and parkland. At a recent councillor tour, the Conservation Officer commented that this is an exemplary regeneration of a listed building and finishes and attention to detail have been set at a very high standard. Work at the upper site is in advanced stages and now nearing practical completion.
- Riverview Court at Onega Place. The prestigious development of 44 contemporary riverside apartments and café on the banks of the River Avon completed in August 2019. The design reflects the Council’s vision to form an activity node by the river and the development will set the benchmark for future regeneration on this side of the river.
Showing the strength of our team’s success, two projects we’ve worked on recently have also been named as finalists in the ‘Residential Development’ category. These are Hope House, submitted by our client Acorn Property Group, and Ensleigh, where we worked for Linden Homes and Bloor Homes.