Matt and Karl went to Bicester this week to see how Gagle Brook Primary school was getting on.
Yesterday Sam and Joe submitted a planning application to Bristol City council for 11 new builds.
Joe went out to South Cerney last week to check out the progress on our first ever stone building......not too much longer before everything is finished!
This bonded tobacco warehouse was designed by the Docks Committee engineer and built by William Cowlin and Sons in 1905.
For Carly's last day in the office (for a while) we went for a walk around the newly completed St Werburgh's City Farm that Paul has just handed over.
Carly went to Bicester last week for a site meeting and to check out the progression at Gagle Brook primary.
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White Design were invited to enter a competition by the Scouting Association to create a dedicated Heritage and Learning Centre that expected to welcome visitors from all around the world.
The project at Whitehall Primary School in Easton is a result of need identified by Bristol City Council in response to a shortfall of primary school places in the area.
This year our White Design Away Day Trip took us to Gower!
We were very lucky with the weather and enjoyed a wonderful day at the beach after a delicious pub lunch over looking Rhossili Bay.
James visited Ashton Gate stadium on site yesterday, the building is looking good, and the way is now being cleared for our landscape design!
The Sunesis school model is based on the award-winning, tried and tested design for Kingsmead Primary School.
Cors Dyfi Observatory has just won a RICS award!
Fantastic news for the team!
White Design are really proud of this project, and hope to pay it a visit again soon!
Thomas Hardy is one of the nation’s great authors and poets. He was born in 1840 in a small cob and thatch cottage at Higher Bockhampton near Dorchester, Dorset; where he lived until he was 34.
White Design worked with Moon homes to develop a site on Claremont road, Bristol. The design for 8 apartments and 3 new townhouses was developed through a comprehensive and thorough pre-planning and detailed planning process to ensure the development of a scheme that respectfully considered the surrounding conservation area.
Bathcraft House in Redlynch is a 6 unit affordable housing scheme for Wiltshire Rural Housing Association. The scheme builds on our innovative and cost effective solutions and achieves Code for Sustainable Homes level 4 on an industrial infill site.
As part of a multidiscipline offer White Design landscape are involved in the master planning of the site as well as the LVIA chapter of the environment statement.
White Design won the design competition to provide a design for the Stokes Croft Gateway as part of the Local sustainable Transport Fund for Bristol City Council.
White Design were appointed by Wiltshire Rural Housing Association to develop proposals for 10 houses on the edge of the rural settlement of Upper Minety. The site was brought forward as a rural exception site, allowing for affordable housing to be delivered where other development would not be acceptable under planning policy. The development was completed in March 2015.