The development comprises of accommodation for over 300 students, warden’s accommodation, a new road and vehicle access including a public transport hub.
It was key through the design process to produce a cohesive landscape plan integrating the new development with the existing Hiatt Baker Hall of Residence and within the wider landscape context including a designated wildlife site, TPO trees and the Downs Conservation area.
We helped the university throughout the planning and the construction stage to deliver the external realm on a complex sloping site, whilst also coordinating ecology and arboricultural matters throughout.
The Hiatt Baker new residences project was part of a wider renewal of access routes on the campus. This included making existing paths and routes compliant with the Equalities Act.
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