BuckleyGrayYeoman has secured planning consent on behalf of First Base and Patron Capital for a £100m mixed-use project which will revitalise the site of the former Amex House in Brighton. The 300,000 sq ft project, known as Edward Street Quarter, will create a bustling new hub for Brighton, breathing new life into the eastern section of the city through introducing commercial retail uses, set in landscaped green spaces, and 168 new homes. Acting as architect and masterplanner, BuckleyGrayYeoman’s design will see the creation of six new buildings clustered around a public green square, residents’ gardens and reinstated pedestrian routes to create a lively, attractive quarter for Brighton with the energy and character…

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We are pleased to announce we have been shortlisted for the AJ Retrofit Awards with two of our projects - Herbal House and The Minster Building.

 

Herbal House and The Minster Building have both been shortlisted in the Offices category. Herbal House is in the Offices 2-10k sqm category and The Minster Building is in the Offices over 10k sqm category.

 

The ceremony will be held at The Brewery in London on 12th September 2018.

 

Watch this space!

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Programme Bristol

9 July 2018

Mixing innovation, art, business and media, Programme establishes 180,000 sq ft of sympathetically modernised workspaces for Bristol. As a true mixed-use scheme, the scheme comprises fully refurbished office space on the upper…

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BuckleyGrayYeoman are delighted to announce that 25 Charterhouse Square has been awarded best City Refurbishment / Regeneration Project at the 2018 OAS Awards.

Well done to all that were involved with the award entry at Helical Plc. 

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LFA Panel Discussion

18 June 2018

Cromwell Place is a new and ground-breaking solution for galleries and art professionals housed within five Grade II listed buildings in South Kensington. We have invited speakers from the Royal Academy and Michael Werner Gallery to discuss how the architecture of a space influences the way in which visitors experience art. Speakers will be asked to debate whether the ‘blank cube’ provides the best space to display art; in what way does the architecture of an art space dialogue with the art displayed; how much does working within listed buildings influence the curatorial process, and can the historical factor add an additional layer to the way in which visitors experience art?   Confirmed Speakers: Paul White – BuckleyGrayYeoman…

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