Urban regeneration

Urban regeneration

Britain is facing a national housing shortage - and with restrictions on rural and greenfield land use, there is a constant clamour for suitable brownfield and industrial sites that can be transformed into urban oases, with integrated homes, offices, leisure and transport facilities. There’s an urgent need to create contemporary living spaces for an ever-growing population.

We provide multi-disciplinary services to devise new masterplans for inner city regeneration, taking these through to phased construction and handover. Our transport modelling for the £500-million Paradise Birmingham project and infrastructure design of 25,000 square metres of phased public realm at King’s Cross Central has significantly influenced their success. 

We engineer office refurbishment, converting low-value assets into modern high-value space that competes with new buildings, but with the advantage that planning and delivery can be achieved in half the time, addressing the market for investors who need timely conversion of cash to rentable property.

Projects

Key people

Tony Wake

Tony Wake

Partner – Civil Engineering

John Rushton

John Rushton

Partner – Buildings

Rahul Patalia

Rahul Patalia

Partner – Buildings

Greg Callaghan

Greg Callaghan

Partner – Transport & Land Development

Peter DeSouza

Peter DeSouza

Equity Director – Civil Engineering

Kieran Rushe

Kieran Rushe

Equity Director – Planning