Worthy Farm Entrance and Reception Building
Keep Architecture have received planning consent for the new entrance and reception building at Worthy Farm, Pilton. This exciting new facility reconfigures and connects the existing buildings and gives an impressive and attractive reception area for performers. The building is scheduled to be ready for Glastonbury 2020.
Cullompton Urban Extension
Keep Architecture have received outline planning consent for 200 new dwellings at North West Cullompton. Following our preparation of a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for Mid Devon District Council for an overarching landscape vision for the expansion of the town in 2015, we subsequently prepared an application for PM Asset Management for the first phase of the wider masterplan. Another great result for Keep!
Fantastic news that Keep have received planning consent for their high density mixed use proposals at Broadwalk in South Bristol. Our scheme includes 420 new homes, shops, cafes, restaurants, community and leisure facilities, improved car parking and enhanced public links to Redcatch Park. The council’s cross-party committee voted unanimously in favour for the application. This project represents a truly sustainable and forward looking solution to this tired but well know town centre shopping centre and will ensure this important location is attractive and vibrant once again. A great result and a great team!
Keep Architecture have received Prior Notification for change of office use to residential for 22 new dwellings at Plymouth House in Bath. We have achieved planning consent for over 200 new homes at four different regional locations in the last three months.
Keep Architecture are delighted that their redevelopment proposals for Broadwalk Shopping Centre have been submitted for planning to Bristol City Council. The proposals include over 400 new homes, new retail space, food & beverage outlets and a wide range of leisure & community facilities. This exciting mixed use scheme will significantly enhance the attractiveness and vibrancy of this important town centre site.
Keep Architecture are pleased to announce they have received another planning consent for residential development. The proposals in Salisbury for 82 new homes resolved the constraints of a number of challenging technical issues whist delivering a good mix of attractive and appropriate housing for the local community.
Keep's major regeneration proposals for Broadwalk Shopping Centre, Knowle will be presented this Saturday morning from 10am-2pm at the centre.
400 new homes, a range of community facilities, high quality public open space, shops and restaurants are proposed. Hopefully you can come along...
Bishopsworth Road Submission
Keep’s residential proposals at Bishopsworth Road, Bristol for Newland Homes has been submitted for planning.
Redfield Hill Planning Consent
Keep Architecture are pleased that their design proposals for the residential conversion of existing farm buildings in the green belt were granted planning consent by South Gloucestershire yesterday.
Staplegrove Planning Consent
Keep are delighted to announce that their proposals for the Staplegrove East Masterplan was approved at planning committee last night.
The proposal for 915 new homes, local centre, one hectare of employment, a new 420 space primary school and extensive new landscaping & public space have been developed over the last four years by working with a superb team and collaboratively with Taunton Deane Borough Council. Keep's masterplan for Staplegrove East forms part of a wider masterplan for 1628 new homes in North Taunton.
This planning decision reflects the hard work and excellent understanding of project issues and resultant appropriate design solutions by the team.
An outstanding achievement by everyone involved. Well done!
Cullompton Urban Extension Planning Application
The planning application for Cullompton Urban Extension has been submitted! Have a look at the project details here.
Keep's Consultations in Devon
Keep have recently held a couple of public consultations in Devon; one in Sidmouth and one in Cullompton. Both events were undertaken for the local planning authorities and reflect the widening range of projects that Keep undertake. The events were a success and assisted in engaging the local community to support the regeneration of the towns.
Regeneration of South Crofty Mine Site Moves Forward
Henry Boot Developments Limited and Crofty Developments Limited have exchanged a 5-year joint venture agreement to bring forward the regeneration of the surface land at the former South Crofty Mine site, in Pool, Cornwall.
Keep's proposals for the the site provide 100,000 sq ft of mixed use development. In addition to this, a part of the site, adjacent to the iconic New Cooks Kitchen Headframe, may be used for new mine infrastructure as part of the ongoing commitment to recommence mine production.
Hassocks Golf Club Redevelopment
Keep are delighted that their proposals for the redevelopment of Hassocks Golf Club along with 130 new homes was granted planning consent. We worked with the neighbourhood plan to ensure the site was allocated for housing in 2015 and then further design work and consultation led to this positive outcome for all the various stakeholders. A good end to the year!
Langarth Reserved Matters Application
The Reserved Matters Application for 494 homes in Truro has been passed by Cornwall Council.