As part of the ongoing redevelopment of a prime site within central Sheffield, proposals for a landmark mixed use development which includes student accommodation and commercial space within a building ranging from 3 to 16 storeys in height are being progressed. Contributing to the wider transformation of the urban fabric of the Moor and New Retail Quarter, landscape proposals include a series of private roof terraces and a central courtyard, along with public realm design bringing vitality to the city at ground floor. We look forward to working with Corstorphine+Wright Architects on behalf of Fusion Students on the discharge of planning conditions for this exciting project.
We are very pleased to be appointed on the prestigious Audley Sunningdale Park development in Berkshire. Situated close to Ascot, the Audley retirement village will benefit from 15 acres of C19th rolling parkland, ornamental lake, and pleasure grounds around the impressive Grade II listed classical style Northcote House which forms the centre piece to the estate. The development is currently awaiting planning approval before Soltys Brewster, along with Gaunt Francis Architects, assist Audley’s team in developing the detailed hard and soft landscape design and restoration of historic landscape elements.
Soltys Brewster are delighted to be reappointed onto a new two year framework agreement to provide specialist landscape, engineering and historic building advice to the Historic Environment Division of the Department for Communities, Northern Ireland. This is the second successive framework appointment for the team of consultants led by Soltys Brewster, which includes Alastair Coey Architects, engineers Mann Williams, and Dillon Project Management. The reappointment reflects the team’s breadth of professional skills, and success in working closely across the disciplines, to provide a coordinated approach to the management of the historic environment.