Regeneration Architecture North West

Our passion for Regeneration architecture stems from our empathy for vacant and unused spaces or buildings. It is with strong internal motivation and imagination that drives us to reignite and restore. The idea is to incorporate new exciting uses that reinvigorate the space or building. This can include restoration and repair with aspects of conservation in listed buildings too. The regeneration projects we have worked on, provide our practice with an immense sense of pride and reward. We are energised to improve architecture in the Lancashire, which would massively enhance the quality of our residents lives and success of the many businesses that inhabit our red rose county.

We have worked on a number of projects local to our studio in The Artistry House, Winckley Square, Preston. Our Director John Bridge noteably led the regeneration of Preston Markets as Project Architect (see below). By utilising existing grade II listed market canopies, a new contemporary 21st century market hall contrasts beautifully. We are creating exciting spaces and buildings for our people.

Recent Regeneration Projects

  • Preston Model | Collaborative tool | City regeneration


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  • New Market Facilities: Preston

    John experienced first-hand how the markets operate and how they require a particular skill set to undertake a successful restoration and redevelopment going forward....

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  • Lambert Court: Preston

    The project successfully achieved Planning Approval and secured HLF funding. This, along with a marketing brochure showing Interior Perspectives, secured a buyer....

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  • Hesketh Children’s Centre, All Saints Primary School, Hesketh-with-Becconsall.

    The Hesketh project is integrated into All Saints Primary School, and provides a multi-functional meeting and learning space....

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