A planning application has been submitted for a 10 dwelling rural housing exception site located in the Nottinghamshire village of Elston, for GEDA construction and NCHA.  

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Bill Halsall, Senior Partner of Halsall Lloyd Partnership, and Robert MacDonald have been awarded £8,000 from The Royal Institute of British Architects to support their research project: ‘Design for Dementia: The International Architectural Challenges and Responses’ 

Riversdale Court, sheltered accommodation for over 55's has been officially opened by the Mayor and Mayoress of Charnwood.  The new extension and refurbishment orks were completed at the end of 2015, and all flats are now occupied in this flagshop scheme for Charnwood Borough Council.  View Project

 

Barton Village canal-side housing and high rise refurbishment for CWHT / Forviva is now nearing completion

At the Housing Innovation Awards 2016 on the 18th February the Halsall Lloyd Partnership achieved awards in two categories for projects in Oldham and Sefton.

‘B.Green’ for First Choice Homes Oldham won top award for the Most Innovative Regeneration Scheme. The project was also commended in the Most Innovative Retrofit Category. B.Green is a collaboration that has brought 21million of investment to people in 1,400 homes. The scheme includes physical improvements to homes and environment while engaging the community. HLP’s role includes both architectural and landscape design transforming the image and thermal performances of 60’s flat blocks and houses as well as creating a living environment conducive to community life.

Hornby Flats for One Vision Housing won top award for the Most Innovative Retrofit Scheme. The Hornby Flats project extends the life of low rise social housing built in the 1950’s by implementing innovative energy efficiency improvements and delivering a high quality sympathetic finish. The exterior refurbishment will reduce the carbon footprint of the building and tackle fuel poverty by reducing energy bills for the residents.

The high standards of professionalism and skill in execution of creating a courtyard garden for The Starlight Unit, University Hospital of South Manchester were recognised by the BALI Awards in December 2015 for hard landscape construction under £300K.

HLP were challenged to transform an existing bleak and landlocked concrete space into an easily accessible, protected and uplifting outdoor courtyard for use by child patients, their carers and staff at the paediatric outpatients clinic at the UHSM.

The project was funded by a successful public appeal by Manchester’s local radio station Key 103’s ‘Cash for Kids’ Charity, aimed at providing a helping hand to disabled and disadvantaged children across Greater Manchester.