Eleven new homes on four backland sites for London & Quadrant

August 2017

Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects have secured consent from the London Borough of Lewisham for the development of eleven new homes across four backland sites on behalf of London & Quadrant.

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New vicarage approved for John Keble Church, Mill Hill

July 2017

We have recently secured consent from the London Borough of Barnet for the development of nine new homes including a new vicarage, on behalf of the Diocese of London at John Keble Church in Mill Hill.

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Sherborne House, Coventry student residences completed in just nine months

July 2017

Fraser Brown MacKenna Architects’ new student residences in central Coventry have been completed by Pickstock Construction, using a volumetric system to deliver the building in just nine months from planning approval to occupation.

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FBM’s Gascoigne West Regeneration Scheme in Barking

March 2017

This year at MIPIM our Gascoigne West design proposal will feature on the London stand.

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Student Accommodation Proposals Win Design Competition

March 2017

Our new purpose built student accommodation in Englefield Green, near Egham and Royal Holloway University, has won a design competition run by Runnymede Borough Council.

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Student Residences Approved

November 2016

We were delighted to gain planning approval from Coventry City Council for the refurbishment and extension of 1-3 Broad Lane to provide 48 high quality student rooms for Axo Student Living on a corner site on the edge of Hearsall Common.

 

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Cockcroft Building Wins AJ Retrofit Awards

October 2016

We are pleased to announce that our Cockcroft Building for the University of Brighton, one of the largest retrofits of an occupied academic building in the UK, is the winner in the Higher and Further Education Award category of AJ Retrofit Awards 2016.

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Bridport Place Hackney Submitted for Planning Approval

October 2016

A commission we have been working on from Metropolitan Housing Trust to reappraise a site on the boundary between Islington and Hackney at the corner of Bridport Place and Wiltshire Row, will bring it back into use within a viable scheme that provides a greater number of high quality homes to meet local housing need.

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