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Clients and End Users

Bournemouth University
Brunel University
Keele University
Loughborough University
Royal Holloway, University of London
University of Exeter
University of Liverpool
University of Reading
University of the West of England
Campus Development Ltd
Generator Group
Kier Project Investment
The Homes Partnership
The Mansion Group
Project: Camden Road Project: Uxbridge Campus
Client: Unite Client: Brunel University
Location: London Location: Uxbridge, Middlesex
Size: 38 Beds Size: 1396 Beds

Our experience speaks for itself

Stride Treglown has designed over 10,000 student bedrooms in the UK,
making us the leading provider of student accommodation design.

We work alongside Universities and private developers clients can be assured of sustainable design, provided
to deliver innovative and sustainable design, supporting by experts who are committed to delivering value and
our clients’ current and long term accommodation care in everything they do.
needs whilst helping to achieve significant returns on
investment. Whether new build design or existing building
refurbishment, we deliver the best possible knowledge
As an award winning, international practice with a and experience through our design, support,
reputation for innovation,excellence and quality, our management and advice.
Project: Butler, Williamson and Tuke Halls
Client: Royal Holloway University of London
Location: Egham, Surrey
Size: 466 Beds
Project Value: £18.7m approx.
Project: Charlton Court Project: Woburn Place
Client: Unite Client: Unite
Location: Bath Location: Central London
Size: 327 Beds Size: 354 Beds

The student experience

Student accommodation sits at the heart of the student community and our
designs focus on the practicalities of occupation.

University often represents the first time away from home Our team also has extensive experience in designing
for a young adult. This can be both an exciting and high quality communal areas including:- common
stressful time for the individual, and more often than not, rooms, gyms, cinemas, media facilities, study areas and
their parents. specialist spaces such as laundries, bike stores and
IT facilities. All our designs are easily accessible and
We recognise this and strive, through our design, to our dedicated in-house Access Consultant provides
make occupants feel at ease and secure. Our team accredited advice that adheres to accessibility legislation
designs safe, secure accommodation which can include: and student needs.
“secure by design” principles, single point of entrance,
24 hour manned security, accessible and manned
reception areas and on call maintenance. We deliver the
best and most efficient combination of these parameters
adding value to the student experience and supporting
the values of the University or provider.
What makes us different?
• Stride Treglown is a ‘Top 20’* practice, with offices throughout the U.K. and United Arab
Emirates, approximately 250 members of staff and a turnover in excess of £15m.

• We have been involved in a range of student accommodation projects from

refurbishments costing £500k to major projects costing in excess of £100m.

• We have experience of designing both undergraduate and postgraduate accommodation

and have an in-depth understanding of varying construction types and design

• Our client list includes major developers, financial institutions and Universities.

• Our team has a commitment to ensuring that our clients achieve the very best return on
their investment and our schemes are designed to support their long term vision.

• Our success is based on our commitment to and understanding of sustainable building

methods and management.

• Our team of BREEAM assessors supports our efforts to achieve affordable, sustainable
design and can provide independent, proactive advice to our clients.

*AJ Survey Top 100 Architectural Practices 2009

Project: Alexandra Works

Client: Unite
Location: Plymouth
Size: 246 Beds
Project Value: £8m approx.
• We understand emerging trends in design and accessibility issues, effectively
implementing them to suit our clients’ needs.

• Our architectural and planning teams have excellent relationships with local authorities.

• We have successfully negotiated and achieved planning consent for complex schemes,
often increasing the site capacity to optimum levels.

• We have specific University masterplanning experience and are capable of delivering

extensive student housing schemes within framework agreements.

• Using our multi-studio approach we offer a full project design service.

• We can capture project knowledge by creating design guides and employer’s standards
for use on future projects.

• Utilising the expertise of our in-house interior design, graphics and landscape studios
we deliver a range of innovative solutions that make the most of accommodation and
learning facilities, campus wayfinding and accommodation signage, and the external

We believe environmental design is ’good design’. It has the power to

inspire, inform and make genuine improvements to our environment and
quality of life.

Our student accommodation design team specialises As well as being innovative, the end result of our
in utilising renewable materials and technology to endeavours are practical, affordable, manageable and
provide accommodation that is energy and cost efficient measurable, supporting the longer term environmental
wherever possible. needs. With a dedicated team of BREEAM advisors, we
consistently achieve ‘very good’ or ‘excellent’ BREEAM
We address environmental issues across our portfolio ratings on all our accredited student accommodation
of projects and have an in-depth knowledge of schemes. Some local planning authorities require student
how sustainability supports and affects student accommodation projects to demonstrate the ability to
accommodation design and higher education in general. achieve a BREEAM rating at the planning application

Stride Treglown is best placed to deliver sustainable

design, assessment and advice.
Chatham Street EcoResidences

Chatham Street is the first of several phases of new The layout can be configured as a series of seven bed Client:
student residential accommodation planned by the clusters or can be opened up to act as a more traditional The University of
University of Liverpool as part of its long term halls open hall which is believed to be more conducive to a Liverpool
provision strategy. In generating the brief for this happier student experience.
important flagship development, we questioned the Location:
current trend for providing ‘one size suits all’ solution The bespoke furniture design allows easy re- Liverpool City Centre
i.e. a majority of 5 bed cluster flats with a few studios or configuration of each room to conference mode. The
larger rooms at the extremities of the plan forms. scheme will meet Quality in Tourism 3 star standards, and Size:
it will revitalise the University’s conference offer. 750 beds
Our approach was to fully understand the client’s needs
and aspirations for the development and our design now The University has very high sustainable aspirations Mix:
allows the University to provide accommodation across for this project. It achieved a BREEAM ‘excellent’ rating 350 self-catered
its undergraduate and postgraduate intake. at pre-assessment. The scheme includes rainwater bedrooms in a range of
harvesting, solar-thermal hot water, LED lighting cluster types from 1 bed
The scheme boasts a range of self catered, communal throughout, green roofs, and most notably, highly efficient studios to 8 bed flats.
clusters in sizes from two to eight bedrooms. There are air source heat pumps instead of a traditional heating Also includes 1 and 2
also a number of studio apartments integrated within the system. bed penthouse lofts.
body of the building and unique duplex loft penthouses
offering the highest quality accommodation which can Construction commenced during Spring 2010 with 300 catered bedrooms
attract visiting academics. completion due in time for the summer student intake in clustered in groups of
2011. 4 to 16.
The inclusion of a restaurant at ground floor level
facilitated the University’s desire to offer a large number This was a sensitive location on the edge of the Construction type:
of catered places within the hall. The design of the conservation area and close to a listed building. We Tunnel form concrete
west block is hotel-like in feel, served by a single, sub- presented to a CABE design review as part of the
dividable corridor. planning application process. Total GIA:
22,000 sq.m

Project duration:
Summer 2008 –
Summer 2011

Construction Period:
78 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
Liverpool City Council

Main contractor:
Marcus Worthington Ltd

We create visionary and innovative masterplans that provide solutions,

raise expectations, improve land values and promote sustainable living.

We use the physical, social and cultural analysis of the We have the expertise and knowledge to deliver complex
brief to inform the masterplan and undertake a thorough masterplan projects, ensuring the seamless transition
physical and land use analysis of the area and a socio- between the key design stages. Our planning and
economic assessment of its qualities. landscape architecture team are also on hand, providing
support and advice throughout the planning, design and
We believe in adding value by good design, creating a build cycle.
unique sense of place, with attractive buildings, streets
and open spaces, identifying key factors, which deliver
sustainable regeneration.

Key factors to delivering • Gathering and analysing evidence including extant and
emerging policy
• Establishing the opportunities and constraints, vision
and objectives of the masterplan
• Testing the viability of emerging design strategies, land
use, plan layout and capacity options
• Testing design strategies against the vision and
objectives of the scheme
• Prioritisation of design elements, providing strategic
direction in relation to public consultation
• Establishing a design advisory panel to oversee the
implementation of the design
• Identification of realistic energy and environmental
performance targets to meet a sustainable agenda
Frenchay Campus Masterplan

Stride Treglown completed a major masterplanning and adjacent to, a new ground floor Student Village Client:
commission for the University of the West of England in Centre, offering the opportunity for student union University of the
November 2009 following their acquisition of 70 acres accommodation, retail unit, café/bar, project room and West of England
of land adjacent to their Frenchay Campus 12 months drop-in space for visiting health or welfare functions.
previously. Location:
The masterplan also proposes a new Student Village Bristol
The brief was to provide a minimum of 750 new study cluster of approximately 1,000 study bedrooms close
bedrooms on the campus. In order to rectify historic to the new heart of the Campus and well served by new
decisions whereby the current 2,000 study bedroom public transport corridors through the Campus, and a
village lacked student welfare or supporting facilities, the new Energy Centre.
Masterplan created an extension to the existing village,
with the alignment of buildings contributing towards the Reflecting the configuration and massing of adjacent new
creation of a strong landscaped axis through the centre build open market housing, the Student Village offers a
of the campus. range of varying student accommodation in a mix of town
houses and cluster apartments, served by a new retail
The accommodation, providing 450 bedrooms, replaces kiosk and landscaping proposals. This second village
the domestic scale of the existing Carroll Court. At the on site will result in a more vibrant Campus heart and
centre of the village expansion is a new all weather different movement strategy.
recreational area and relaxation zone, supported by,
Whiteknights Development Plan

Client: Stride Treglown was appointed as lead consultant to The Development Plan includes 2,500 study bedrooms,
University of Reading manage the preparation of a 10 year Development Plan and Stride Treglown were appointed to design the
for the main Whiteknights Campus of the University of scheme and secure planning permission for the first
Location: Reading. phase of some 1,800 bedrooms, served by a new internal
Berkshire access and road strategy .
University of Reading

Phase 1 Phase 2 Client:

University of Reading
The scheme consists of 8 & 10 bed cluster flats with a The second phase consists of 594 bedrooms in cluster
shared kitchen / dining area that are designed around flats and 300 bedrooms in a town house arrangement. Location:
landscaped courtyards. The development crosses Reading Whiteknights
two local authority boundaries, requiring planning The town houses use a timber frame form of construction campus
applications to be submitted to both. Reading Borough with brick and render cladding to respond to the
Council required the scheme to achieve a 20% surrounding buildings. A pitched roof clad in zinc Planning authority:
reduction in carbon footprint and a BREEAM score of encloses the buildings with a roof turret providing Reading Borough
65% (very good). smoke ventilation and natural light to the staircases. The Council & Workingham
buildings are arranged in a ‘U’ shape around a green Borough Council
The new buildings are heated using underfloor heating square with a single storey energy centre and bike store
that is linked into an air source heat pump. enclosing the fourth side. The cluster flats are arranged
around another courtyard to the north ensuring that each
The first phase of the new halls development includes element of the development has its own identity.
a new central facility offering: administration, dining,
social, laundry and postal facilities. A new catering Phase 2 will start on site in 2011 once demolition of the
facility, providing 400 seats with a variety of food existing halls is complete.
outlets and a bar, faces the other facilities across a new
courtyard to realise this ambition. Working with Stride Our planning team negotiated the planning application
Treglown Interiors and Red and Orange (our graphic on behalf of the University.
design studio) a completely new new catering brand
identity has been developed.

Size: Project duration: Size: Project duration:

962 beds December 2007 - 894 beds 2009 - 2012
October 2010
Accommodation: Accommodation: Construction Period:
Studios (with shared Construction Period: Cluster flats and 2010 - 2012
kitchen), DDA rooms March 2009 - townhouses
September 2010 Project value:
Construction type: Construction type: £36m
Precast concrete panels Project value: Pre-cast concrete panels Main contractor:
£44m and timber frame TBA
Total GIA:
22,170 sq.m Main contractor: Total GIA:
Morgan Ashurst 23,176 sq.m
Gowar and Wedderburn

Client: This sensitive scheme has provided 570 student Despite its apparent complexity, the design uses
Royal Holloway, bedrooms on a site surrounded entirely by mature the simplest of identical blocks of accommodation
University of London woodland in the grounds of the Grade I Listed Founders’ to maximise opportunities of prefabrication and
Building at Royal Holloway and in the green belt. standardisation of components.
Egham, Surrey The design concept retains the distinctiveness and ‘spirit Our planning team co-ordinated the submission which
of the location’ as the buildings are arranged around necessitated resolving landscape, wildlife and drainage
Size: a central, informally landscaped space and are clad in issues.
570 beds cedar shingles.

Mix: The undulating planted roof, which visually responds

Cluster flats to the deciduous trees surrounding the site, is the only
element of the development visible from the surrounding
Construction type: area.
Tunnel Form

Total GIA:
13,554 sq.m

Project duration:
32 months

Construction Period:
65 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
Runnymede Borough

Main contractor:
Laing O’Rourke
Butler, Williamson and Tuke Halls

This second phase of student accommodation at Royal Tight physical constraints in site layout, close proximity Client:
Holloway’s Egham campus provides 466 en-suite study to existing halls of residence (which remained in use Royal Holloway,
bedrooms on the site of existing student halls that had throughout the construction period) and sensitive University of London
reached the end of their service life. planning context, meant that this project had to be
carefully planned and organised to minimise disruption. Location:
The design for the new halls uses the design of the Egham, Surrey
bedroom and kitchen modules built in the initial phase, Building work was programmed to minimise disturbance
with overall site layout and choice of external materials during examination periods and site logistics, deliveries Size:
developed to reflect the existing buildings immediately and materials storage and handling were closely 466 beds
surrounding the site. The College and design team took monitored throughout the contract.
the opportunity to develop and refine aspects of the Mix:
phase 1 scheme to achieve optimum maintenance and The development involved Stride Treglown design, Cluster flats
value for money, and to resolve long-standing problems landscape and planning teams.
associated with vehicular circulation on the campus. Construction type:
Tunnel Form

Total GIA:
12,130 sq.m

Project duration:
30 months

Construction Period:
55 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
Runnymede Borough

Main contractor:
Laing O’Rourke

The initial design principles used to generate the plan of student

accommodation projects can have a fundamental impact on the efficiency
of the design and capital requirements.

Ensuring that the brief is fully developed and understood The requirements of budget, programme, site, environs,
is a key element in producing a successful design and aesthetic preference or contracting choice can influence
meeting long term project objectives. Stride Treglown final outcomes, but the principles of layout in terms
understand that there are complex reasons why project of location, orientation, density, height, massing and
briefs may differ and have the experience to interpret and efficiency are always considered to provide an optimum
moderate competing requirements to produce robust solution to any given requirement for student numbers or
schemes that meet clearly defined objectives. dwelling type.

All our designs are produced to encompass the We have experience in analysing all of these parameters
principles of good sustainable design and efficient and have delivered a range of layouts to accommodate
construction methods. our clients’ needs.

‘Cluster’ flat
design principles

5 bed cluster flats 8 and 10 bed cluster flats 4 and 5 bed cluster flats
and micro studios
• efficient footprint with • wider rooms & circulation
natural ventilation • repeatable Y-shape blocks • a mixture of room types
• light & air to cluster flat • 3 sided bed access ideal • mechanical smoke extract
corridors mitigates over for conferences permits longer travel distance
heating • light and air to central corridor
• single aspect block for
blighted sites
• ideal combination for
refurbishment of 1960’s
commercial space
Phoenix Court

Phoenix Court formed part of the Broadmead extension This negated the potential for corner glazing which Client:
masterplan (Cabot Circus development).The prominent informed the elevation design. Unite
city centre scheme has been designed to reflect this
vibrant quarter of the city, through the use of bold colours Using the prefabricated modules reduced both the Location:
and modern cladding materials. construction period and the amount of material wastage. Bristol
The factory finish provided by the modules also
Working closely with Bristol City Council, with whom we decreased the amount of snagging usually associated Size:
have established close working links over the years, with this building type. 277 bedrooms
and the main developer (Bristol Alliance), we achieved
a successful planning application within 13 weeks of We worked with the interior design team in the design of Mix:
submission. the premium studios on the 10th floor, which command Cluster flats, studios
stunning views across Bristol and the increase in
Phoenix Court was Unite’s first medium rise, 11 storey specification to these rooms allows Unite to charge a Construction type:
modular building. We had to consider the effect of the premium for these rooms. Modular
extra structure required within the modules to support the
greater loads imposed upon them. Early discussions with Phoenix Court was the first major building to be Total GIA:
Unite Modular Solutions identified a minimum distance completed as part of the Cabot Circus development. 8,405 sq.m (student)
from the corner of the module to a window opening. 391 sq.m (commercial)

Project duration:
27 months

Construction Period:
54 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
Bristol City Council

Main contractor:
Carillion PLC
Brunel University

Client: Stride Treglown was approached by Vinci to assist them A high quality, hard and soft landscape scheme further
Brunel University in the development of this 1,396 bed scheme as part of a enhances the spaces between the blocks. Working
Design and Build Contract. directly with Hillingdon Borough Council planning
Location: conditions were quickly discharged
Uxbridge, Middlesex The exteriors of the buildings are designed as a
mixture of brickwork and render planes on a “metsec” As the design build contractor’s architects we
Size: metal framing system and the whole site is extensively participated in the development of the prefabricated
1396 beds landscaped. construction solution which ensured that the whole
project was delivered in 89 weeks, three and a half
Accommodation: The seventeen five storey blocks in brick, render and months ahead of programme.
Cluster flats, studios, metal cladding are located across a landscaped campus
married quarters and with their own social hub building. The apparently The hybrid construction method employed on this
staff flats haphazard arrangement of the buildings on this site has project consisted of “twin wall” precast concrete panels
in fact been carefully arranged to prevent overlooking and precast floor units (which are exposed within the
Construction type: between the rooms and reduce the apparent density bedrooms) and panellised lightweight steel end walls.
Precast concrete panels of this student housing scheme and its impact on the Careful co-ordination was required to ensure tolerances
“twin wall” surrounding neighbourhood. were met and services correctly located.

Total GIA:
35,000 sq.m

Project duration:
22 months

Construction Period:
75 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
London Borough of

Main contractor:
Vinci Construction UK
301 Holloway Road

This project is situated in the heart of London, on a site and number of beds to satisfy the client’s brief whilst Client:
bounded by the A1 trunk road and the east coast railway remaining financially viable. Unite
main line. As a consequence the site is blighted by noise
and air pollution. The design makes full use of modular construction, Location:
self-finished permanent formwork and other off-site Islington, London
The brick clad elevations form deep reveals to the manufacturing techniques to reduce deliveries and
windows to accommodate bespoke triple glazing and accelerate construction. A fire engineering solution has Size:
ventilation shafts. The public facades are intended to be enabled travel distances to be increased, reducing the 322 beds
durable and set a high standard for future developments number of escape stairs required.
in the area. Accommodation:
A BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’ has been achieved Cluster flats and studios
The urban design brief for the site set prescriptive at design stage with 20% onsite renewable energy
parameters for the building footprint and massing. All generation also designed into the scheme. Green roofs Construction type:
our skills and experience were required to develop are provided across the new building to enhance the Modular
an efficient solution that provided the optimum mix outlook of the adjoining social housing.
Total GIA:
9,054 sq.m (Student)
459 sq.m (Commercial)

Project duration:
35 months

Construction Period:
65 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
London Borough of

Main contractor:
Woolf Ltd.
Somerset Court

Client: Four storeys of student accommodation have been Partnering with the design build contractor and Unite’s
Unite constructed above a new two storey primary school factory, allowed a fast track 64 week programme for the
which was funded by this new air rights development. student rooms with the school element of the project
Location: handed over just one month later.
Central London Planning permission for the scheme had been received
before our appointment but a number of changes were Reconciling the structural grid dictated by the school’s
Size: required to make the scheme viable; extensive dialogue spatial requirements with the demands of volumetric
168 beds with the local authority enabled the construction to bedroom modules, required a deep concrete transfer
proceed on programme. A BREEAM rating of “Good” structure which created a zone for the collection of
Accommodation: was set as a target. drainage runs to very limited numbers of drops through
Cluster flats the school itself. This required detailed co-ordination
and integration of architectural, structural and services
Construction type: disciplines to achieve a successful outcome.
Modular/ concrete frame

Construction Period:
56 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
London Borough of

Main contractor:
Mansell Construction
Services Ltd
King Square Studios

The conversion of the former 1960s office block into be in keeping with surrounding area. Pre-application Client:
student accommodation represented the client’s first discussions with Bristol City Council advocated our The Homes Partnership
foray into this market. We worked closely with them approach in adopting a respectful response to the
in the design of the studio layouts, bathroom pod elevation of the building facing onto King Square whilst a Location:
specification, and extensive common areas facilities more contemporary use of the same materials are used Bristol
which sets this development apart from other providers in elsewhere.
the area. Working with our interiors studio, we were able Size:
to produce both hand drawn and CGI visualisation of Massing and elevation studies were produced, 243 beds
the key areas to allow the client to visualise the finished demonstrating to Bristol City Council that an additional
article. floor’s worth of accommodation could be provided whilst Accommodation:
not being detrimental to the surrounding area. This Studios
Working with our client we developed a new approach provided the client with an additional 38 studios.
to communal area design. The games area, quiet study Construction type:
rooms, reading area, cinema , gym and main tv lounge Using an existing building presents a series of design Refurbishment
are all vibrant and welcoming with designs informed by and construction challenges. Integrating the studio
the trends in the hotel sector. layouts with the existing structure has meant that no Total GIA:
two studios are identical, which provides a unique user 8,118 sq.m (student)
Part of the building is located within a conservation area experience in each. 538 sq.m (commercial)
and as such, the design of the elevations needed to
Project duration:
26 months

Construction Period:
57 weeks

Project value:

Planning authority:
Bristol City Council

Main contractor:
Keele University Student Residences

Client: The development is the first phase of new student The scheme is entirely self catered, with communal
Keele-Seddon Ltd residential accommodation planned by Keele University clusters in sizes of six and eight bedrooms. There are
as part of its long term halls provision strategy on also a number of resident tutor flats integrated into each
Location: campus. It is funded by the sale and development block.
Keele, Staffordshire of University land (Hawthorns Hall), which currently
houses off-campus student residences. The scheme The bespoke furniture design allows easy re-
Size: replaces that accommodation, a large restaurant and configuration of each room to conference mode. The
450 beds management facility. scheme will meet Quality in Tourism 3 star standards. It
will significantly increase the quality of the University’s
Mix: Despite being designed for a developer as part of a conference offer.
Self catered clusters of competitive dialogue process, our approach focussed
6 and 8 on the University’s needs and aspirations for the The University has very high sustainable aspirations
development and the campus as a whole. We produced for this project and the scheme achieved a BREEAM
Construction type: masterplan sketches for the campus as part of the ‘excellent’ rating at pre-assessment. The campus is
Traditional bid which will be necessary to support the planning undertaking an innovative renewable energy generation
applications. programme which the scheme makes use of.
Total GIA:
13,500 sq.m Submitted October 2010, anticipating a decision in
Spring 2011.
Project duration:
5 years

Construction Period:
3 x 52 week phases

Project value:

Planning authority:
Newcastle Under Lyme
Borough Council

Main contractor:
J S Seddon
Practice Profile

Stride Treglown has a reputation for delivering innovative, expert and

sustainable design, together with a range of complementary services that
add real value.

We focus our attention on being an extension of our We continue to invest heavily in our business, ensuring
client’s team, ensuring we understand objectives, that we have the right people and the right tools, whilst
deadlines, budget, aspirations, vision, culture and need. also having an ongoing commitment to Corporate Social
This enables us to make a tangible difference and Responsibility, ‘Investors in People’ and sustaining our
support a sustainable future. ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 accreditation. We also have ISO
18001 IMS Health and Safety accreditation.
Our practice is a ‘Top 20’ firm with an international
scope. Our design is award winning. Our approach is Our vision is to continue developing our business, our
inspirational and our commitment to good design and ideas, our knowledge and our success, always adding
good client care is well respected. value by delivering more.

We offer a comprehensive range of complementary

services, enabling our clients to select what they need
when they need it, or rely on us to deliver a scheme from
feasibility, through to design, planning, interior design
and project management.

Complementary services • Town planning and Masterplanning

• Landscape Architecture
• BREEAM Assessments
• Interior and Graphic design
• Building Surveying
• Access and Inclusion Consultancy
• Project Management and CDM
design by
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Complementary services Sector experience

We offer a comprehensive range of complementary Also available from Stride Treglown are details of our
services, including - experience in the following sectors -

• Town planning and Masterplanning • Defence

• Landscape Architecture • Healthcare
• BREEAM Assessments • Hotels
• Interior and Graphic design • Industrial
• Building Surveying • Leisure
• Access and Inclusion Consultancy • Office
• Project Management and CDM • Public and Community
• Regeneration and Sustainability
• Residential
• Retail
• Schools
• Town Planning, Landscape and Urban Design
• Universities

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