The Life Bank is a vibrant new family lifelong learning centre providing a high quality environment which integrates a wide range of family support services for childcare, health education and employment under one roof.

Regeneration scheme providing forty new affordable family houses on a site which had previously supported 68 rented flats. 

Redevelopment of a brownfield site, which previously contained hostel accommodation.  The scheme provides 13no 2 and 3 bedroom affordable family houses, along with associated car parking, access roads and landscape.

This new three story academic building comprises a corporate 250 seat lecture theatre, teaching rooms and seminar / social meeting space linked to three existing buildings via an atria street.

Halsall Lloyd Partnership were appointed by Charnwood Borough Council to prepare proposals for the refurbishment and remodelling of an existing two storey over 55’s complex known as Riversdale Court, as well as the provision of a number of new flats in an extension to the east wing of their existing building. 

Halsall Lloyd Partnership prepared proposals to convert 3 Victorian terraced villas, located within a conservation area, from a decommisioned emergency homeless hostel into eight family dwellings and six bedsits suitable for supported living.

HLP have used a number of visualisation techniques and worked with the doctors and practice manager to establish preferred layouts and finishes.

The Masterplan responds to the local issues through the creation of a hierarchy of Boulevards, Avenues and Streets which will provide a robust framework for redevelopment.

HLP prepared an Area Action Plan under the L.D.F. Planning System which proposed an eco-town concept as a visionary urban regeneration model to promote long term social and environmental sustainability.

The Masterplan for South Aston presented deliverable proposals for the redevelopment of a large 1920’s Radburn Estate.

Unification and refurbishment of 194 Victorian terraced houses within the Model Village

Refurbishment and conversion project to form assisted living accommodation.  Traditional contract

Conventions in primary school design were challenged through the design of this project which comprises both infant and junior schools. The design was conceived and developed through an extensive consultation process including staff, pupils and the LEA.

The Clarence Hotel scheme involved the renovation and change of use of this former public house located in the Parkgate area of Rotherham into four one and two bedroom apartments and a retail unit for Home Group Ltd.

Hoole School was remodelled to amalgamate primary and nursery schools onto one site. The design was strongly led by an environmental sustainability agenda.

Halsall Lloyd Partnership were the project architects for the original conversion of the listed building, sited within a conservation area of Nottingham, for Leicester Housing Association (LHA-ASRA) in 1995, and again in 2013.

The project consists of the conversion of the Grade II listed former convent and nursing home to form 27 luxury residential apartments, consisting of 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and bespoke furniture / fittings as well as the construction of a new adjacent building containing a further 4 apartments within the curtilage of the building itself and providing a complimentary infill street frontage to the conservation area, close to the centre of Nottingham.

Age Concern Northumberland has appointed HLP to produce a bold contemporary design for their new Resource Centre.

This innovative successful conference and training facility for Focus Education has been delicately sculpted into the existing fabric of the former church of St Paul’s, Scouthead, Oldham.

This new Community Centre in a former mining village replaces the former Miner’s Welfare Centre with a flexible, energy efficient, welcoming centre which was designed to meet the needs of the local community.

The new Liverpool YMCA is a relocation of the former city-centre facility. The new development will provide accommodation for 70 vulnerable people.

West End Women and Girls Centre in Elswick, Newcastle upon Tyne occupies a converted public library dating from 1895 which was refurbished in 2 phases.

In 2009 Halsall Lloyd Partnership were successful in a winning a national RIBA design competition to create sustainable, community focused landscape improvements to this housing estate in Chorley.


Dukes Terrace is the last remaining back-to-back housing in Liverpool and is Grade II-listed. The terrace has been restored and converted to apartments.

Our proposals bring forward a short term programme to improve spaces and boundaries to a heritage standard and enhance the setting of the listed buildings

In 2009 Halsall Lloyd Partnership were successful in a winning a national RIBA design competition to create sustainable, community focused landscape improvements to this housing estate in Chorley.


The courtyard designs achieve a peaceful communal seating area with sensory planting, enclosed by pergola structures and soft landscaping.


HLP was responsible for the landscape design and site monitoring for a new Primary School.


A key design challenge was to provide active frontages to all of the surrounding streets, and avoiding blank elevations. 

Rural exception housing site located in the village of Elston, Nottinghamshire

The Scowerdons, Weakland and Newstead (SWaN) estates form part of the south eastern suburban fringe of Sheffield.

The Olive Mount project re-houses residents from high-rise blocks into a new residential complex including apartments and bungalows.

Four high-rise blocks have been remodelled to provide an aspirational contemporary living environment.  The potential of the canal-side environment was being developed through contextualising the blocks into a park-like setting and opening up new aspects towards the Bridgewater Canal.

Our vision is to provide a ‘kick start’ to the transformation of the conservation area into a highly desirable residential enclave on the edge of the city centre and to breathe new life into these high quality Georgian buildings.

On a steeply sloping site with wonderful views across the city and the Mersey estuary, HLP designed a mixed group of apartments, houses and bungalows to Lifetime Homes standards.

Greenfields Place comprised the refurbishment and extension of 4 high-rise blocks close to Bootle Town Centre in Sefton.

Our project was to remove the 1960s additions and provide a new first floor for commercial and community (meeting room) use.

HLP worked on a programme of supported housing projects for over 55’s in the Chester area replacing existing outdated accommodation.  Kings Lea comprises of 30 apartments with 3 disabled accessible apartments.

High rise blocks in Eccles Town Centre have been remodelled to generate a landmark flagship project which will enhance the image of Eccles and Salford at a key ‘gateway’.

Dukes Terrace is the last remaining ‘back-to-back’ housing in Liverpool and is Grade II-listed.  The terrace has been restored and converted to apartments. 

Clarke Gardens occupies a brownfield plot amongst post war housing. 12 low-cost apartments and 6 tenanted bungalows encircle a private courtyard.

In 2003 HLP were involved in sensitively designing a chapel / meeting space with ancillary facilities.

HLP have worked on the refurbishment of a high rise blocks in Chester called Blacon, The Saints and The Heights. Each had its own contextual settings.

This project arose from the rationalisation of 3 residential high-rise blocks.

The Edge Lane development forms part of Liverpool’s Housing Market Renewal Initiative and works within a broad strategy for the improvement of the Kensington area of Liverpool’s inner city core.

HLP led a design working group including the City Council, the community, English Heritage and CABE as well as the developer to develop a Masterplan and Design Code.

Detailed plans were developed in accordance with the Masterplan and Design Code to provide 70 family houses for sale and for rent.

HLP has been working with a developer-led consortium to plan the renewal of the Queens/Bedford neighbourhood in South Sefton.

The site was a former warehouse on the Leeds Liverpool Canal close to Bootle town centre.  The development provides a number of 2 storey family homes, 3 storey town houses and a 4 storey apartment block.

This scheme of 6 dwellings was built across 2 brownfield sites in the Arboretum Conservation Area of Nottingham City Centre.

HLP worked on a programme of supported housing projects for over 55’s in the Chester area replacing existing outdated accommodation.  The new building at Hoole creates 36 apartments including 12 for shared ownership.

A contemporary 132 unit scheme in Tenby, South Wales, for a private care developer proposes a new principle for retirement, offering apartments and assisted living centred around a village hub and ‘well being’ centre.

Fox Street Extra Care is new build 5-storey development located in the heart of Eccles town centre, within the setting of the Grade I listed St. Mary’s Church.  The £4m development is part funded by the HCA and aims to address the shortfall in suitable housing for the over 55s within the local community.

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.

Cairns and Jermyn Street are part of the Granby 4 Streets initiative to regenerate a large historic area of housing close to the town centre.

High rise modelling of CWHTs blocks (12).

This new centre has been designed to provide 12 individual living apartments for adults with autism.

This new development is an extra care project with 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartments with communal facilities and landscaped gardens.

HLP were appointed by BCHG to design a new 72 bed residential dementia care home on the site of their existing dementia care facility.

The Egremont project involved the demolition of 2 streets of small 1919 dilapidated terraced housing to create new modern homes with generous amenity spaces within a rejuvenated street pattern.

Beaconsfield Street is part of the 4 Streets regeneration project.  This street sits on the edge of the historic neighbourhood and a large number of the properties had been derelict for over 15 years.

The Rockfield area is a historic part of Anfield consisting of large terraced houses close to Liverpool Football Club and Stanley Park.

As part of the Anfield Regeneration Project, Anfield Village is a model of refurbishment working within an area of small terraced houses to create new layouts for 1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties within a variety of ownerships, enhancing variety, choice and diversity in the housing offer.

As part of the wider regeneration strategy for the Anfield/Breckfield neighbourhood, HLP put forward an innovative proposal to bring back to life an area of failing ‘2 up, 2 down’ Victorian terraces which include environmental improvement alongside remodelling properties.

First Choice Homes Oldham partnership have invested over £20m in improvements to existing built stock, environmental improvements, health & safety and community pride projects.

Japan Street, Salford is a contemporary residential development tailored to support Orthodox living.

The Foyer movement aims to provide young people in need of housing, training and job opportunities with a secure home environment and a targeted programme towards employment and independent living.

The Marlborough Road Project provides a mix of shared ownership, general needs apartments and houses for sale.  This project was the first phase of the new build initiative in the area and a visible sign of positive regeneration through its contemporary design.

In a prominent location in Lancaster overlooking the river Lune and the historic quayside, the site has excellent pedestrian and cycle links to the City centre via the millennium bridge and is an ideal location for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent.

HLP were commissioned by South Lakes Housing (SLH) to undertake a masterplan in order to establish a programme of environmental improvements, which included the removal of existing external storage sheds, and communal bin stores which were a cause for anti-social behavior.

Consisting of 60 homes; the brownfield site is located in Briercliffe between the Grade 2 listed buildings of St. James Church and Queens Mill at an altitude of between 206m and 216m above sea level.  The 48 houses, 12 apartments and 4 bungalows of which 46 are social housing units and 14 for sale embrace the whole of society.

This infill site in Burnley for Calico provides 22 new homes for affordable rent including 2 and 3 bedroom houses and bungalows.

The site sits in a prominent location with distant views of Lancaster Castle.  The project provides 53 new homes including houses, bungalows and apartments.

Wadham Park consists of 2 infill sites of 21 terraced houses and 6 apartments.

This scheme of 12 dwellings was built on the site of an old people’s home on the northern boundary of the Grade II Arboretum Park, and within a conservation area on the south side of Derby.

HLP was appointed by Endeavour Housing Association to design 9 ‘Live-Work’ units for the ‘Urban Pioneers’ site at Middlehaven in Middlesbrough.

HLP won a design competition held by Isos Housing for the development of 20 units on a site at the edge of Seaton Burn in North Tyneside.  The project, wholly for social rent, comprises of 6 apartments, 4 bungalows and 10 family houses.

HLP, working with CADW and the Heritage Lottery, transformed this unsafe  building into a beautifully-restored place of worship with a scheme involving extensive stained-glass window restoration, new roof, interior plaster and external masonry renovation.

Penwortham Hall is a Grade II listed mansion that had been converted into 13 apartments.

Highpoint is a flagship residential training and resource centre created through the skilful re-use of a former convent building.

The Eldonian Village is an internationally recognised model of successful, community-based urban regeneration.  In 1982 we began working with the Eldonian community, which was at that time living in a blighted inner-city environment characterised by high levels of unemployment and deprivation.

HLP was appointed to prepare a blueprint for the Kensington area of Liverpool, part of the ‘inner core’ characterised by housing market failure and urban deprivation.

As part of a team of consultants, HLP were appointed to deliver a regeneration plan for a large area of Newcastle comprising over 6,000 dwellings.

HLP was involved in the redevelopment of the estate for many years, initially drawing up a bold and ambitious masterplan through consultation with the community.

In Sunderland, HLP was appointed to carry out one of the largest community visioning programmes ever undertaken in the UK, covering a population of 65,000 people.

This integrated urban strategy for North Birmingham tackled a diverse series of neighbourhoods to develop a strategic approach to urban transformation through a bold and imaginative plan.

HLP prepared a detailed masterplan and option appraisal for the East Aston neighbourhood of Birmingham.

A Design Code establishes a robust framework for this hierarchy and establishes a landscape strategy which enhances the setting and function of the neighbourhood’s heritage assets.

HLP tackled the challenge of producing a masterplan and community vision by developing a ‘transitional’ philosophy towards sustainable development.  A model for a sustainable community was used to develop a flexible, multi-stranded, joined-up regeneration strategy.

Olive Gardens is a new modern linear park forming the centrepiece of the Olive Mount development and linking the elements of the project.

HLP’s work with the Chinese community in producing a masterplan and themed public realm design culminated in the construction of Liverpool’s Chinese Ceremonial Arch.

One of the largest projects in the ‘Green Spaces for People’ programme, a nationwide Big Lottery funded environmental programme.

During 2007, HLP supported the registered charity STEPS and their patron, Rosemary Conley CBE, in the refurbishment of their building, St. Botolph’s Old School, Shepshed.

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.

HLP are currently involved in research on how the built and natural environment can be shaped to help wellbeing, in conjunction with Liverpool John Moores University.

Anfield and Breckfield have a high profile connection with Liverpool Football Club but the neighbourhood has suffered from long term decline and now requires a major stimulus to promote transformational regeneration. 

HLP worked with YHG and LCC to develop an environmental masterplan for Anfield Village which would underpin the housing regeneration.

Following the success of the Anfield and Breckfield Masterplan and Design Code, HLP were instructed to develop Phase II of the plan to Reserved Matters Stage to provide 70 mixed tenure family houses.

A Design Code is a document which sets out design guidance and rules for the development and regeneration of neighbourhoods.