Situated on one of London’s most iconic sites close to Buckingham Palace and marketed as Europe’s most desirable real estate, No.1 Grosvenor Square comprises 44 luxurious residences, a gym, 25m swimming pool, spa and cinema.
Snowhill Wharf is the first flagship development from St Joseph, part of the Berkeley Group. This development is located close to the Colmore Business District (CBD) in Birmingham City Centre. It contains over 400 residential units, a gym, sauna, steam room and communal cinema.
1 Triton Square is home to a state-of-the-art 3,500-person office development in London’s West End district. This environmentally responsible and socially active building extends to 366,000 square foot.
Strikes supermarket and garden centre is located on the outskirts of Stokesley just off the A172 in Northern England. The facility was rebuilt following a devastating fire in April 2018. The redeveloped site is now home to 3,500sqm of retail space, a 300-seater restaurant and a bakery.
Queens University, recently ranked as one of the world’s top 180 Universities, is located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Queens is at the forefront of discovery and innovation helping to solve some of society’s biggest problems, including climate change, flooding and water shortages.
This recently redeveloped site in Cockfosters, North London required 3,000L of attenuation to satisfy a SUDS related planning condition. The property owner also requested that a rainwater harvesting system would be installed on the redeveloped site.
This recently redeveloped site in London required 15,000L of attenuation to satisfy a SUDS related planning condition. The property owner also requested that a rainwater harvesting system would be installed on the redeveloped site.
Atlantic Square is a new Grade ‘A’, 300,000ft² sustainable mixed-use development located in the heart of Glasgow’s International Financial Services District (IFSD) comprising two commercial buildings of ten storeys and six storeys respectively, with ground floor retail space in both.
Hillsborough Castle is the official residence of the British Royal Family in Northern Ireland and has been the residence of the Secretary of State since the 1970s. The Castle was built in the 1770s and is set on 96 acres of ornamental grounds.
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