Daniella Johnson

28th February 2017

February Roundup of News

This month at BBA:

Projects currently at planning stage:

Alderley Park

Planning has been submitted for 57 new build and converted homes for developer PJ Livesey at a former pharmaceutical campus within Alderley Park, Cheshire.

The scheme is centred around the park’s historic courtyard and includes two and three bedroom mews houses and three-storey townhouses. Proposals also include the extension to a Grade II listed building on the upper courtyard to create a further 14 new homes.

Brewster Bye have designed the inner courtyard element of the scheme, which would see an existing office building on the former AstraZeneca campus at Alderley Edge demolished, to create 14 unique new three and four bedroom homes and a covered basement carpark.

The application also proposes an apartment block designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, which would face onto the park’s Water Garden and comprise of 23 two and three-bedroom flats.


Greenland Road, Bolton

Planning has been granted for a residential development consisting of 15 no. dwellings with associated private gardens and driveways. All units are to be socially rented housing by Bolton at Home to be constructed by Harbur Construction.

The accommodation comprises 10no. two bedroom, 1no. three bedroom houses and 4no. two bedroom flats.

All dwellings have provision for 1no. in-curtilage car parking space except the three bedroom dwellings which have 2no. spaces, whilst the flats have communal parking, totalling 20no. spaces across the site. A relatively low site density (35dwellings/Ha) reduces the impact of the scheme on the predominantly green surroundings and affords the dwellings pleasant views of the surrounding landscape.


Projects on site:

Radcliffe Road, Bolton

Bridgestone Construction are progressing well on site at Radcliffe Road for 11 new family homes.





Kendal Carr

United Living are progressing well on site for the construction of 23 new affordable apartments for Leeds & Yorkshire Housing Association. The internal fit out is progressing along with external works and is due to be handed over at the end of March.



Other News:

Team Visit to Victoria Gardens

The Brewster Bye Team took an hour out of the office to walk the 500 meters to visit Victoria Gardens, Headingley.

The Stonebridge Homes site has been evolving over the last 18 months with Phase 1 now complete.

Henry Boot Construction are currently onsite and The Old School House restoration is taking shape.

The roof is being repaired, walls are going up and the 36 apartments are becoming a reality.




Press releases:

Brewster Bye Architects help deliver a Sanctuary for older people in Sheffield.


Yorkshire Post Property People


Brewster Bye Architects draws up plans for former Pharma Campus