We worked with the Univeristy, JLL, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and BuroHappold to devise a concept plan for a complex brownfield site that is both sensitive to the city’s historic environment and future climate change.
We devised a public realm and landscape strategy that celebrates the richness of the site’s waterside environments, as well as providing a variety of high-quality public spaces for future students, the local community and the city as a whole. The external realm responds aptly to the adjacent Temple Meads station, the floating harbour and future strategic city-wide routes.
We prepared the LVIA chapter for the Environmental Statement and verified visualisations for analysis with key stakeholders such as Bristol City Council and Historic England. These contributed to the iteration of the masterplan and subsequent outline planning consent.
We were involved in two periods of consultation with the public and key stakeholders, where our designs and photomontages were key to gaining a positive and engaged response.
Our reputation for quality of service and project success has been established over a period of more than 35 years We are Corporate Members of IEMA and are registered IEMA EIA Quality Mark scheme [...]Read more
Through gaining an appreciation of the physical and policy contexts of our project sites, we seek out opportunities to deliver creative design solutions and promote our client’s project aims We [...]Read more
Our reputation for quality of service has been established over a period of more than 35 years We adhere to the most up-to date professional standards of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and [...]Read more
Our high-quality visualisations are grounded in reality and go beyond the purely theoretical They will help you understand your site potential and visualise development opportunities Our talented [...]Read more