New Projects Online

We have updated our residential sector with some exciting new projects:

  • New House, Wickersley, Rotherham (project updated)

  • House Extension & New Garage, The Cross, Calver, Peak District National Park (new)

  • House Extension, Abbeydale Road South, Dore, Sheffield (new)

  • House Extension: Mayfield, Calver, Peak District National Park (new)

The cross

The Cross

Sitting in the centre of Calver’s conservation area and the Peak District National Park, The Cross is a two bedroom cottage, dating from the seventeenth century… (READ MORE)


Abbeydale Road

A project to transform the rear of a Victorian semi-detached house. A small extension infilling the yard was added. This transformed the cramped off shot kitchen into a light and spacious room arranged around a central island.,, (READ MORE)



Located on a wonderful elevated site in Calver’s conservation area, Mayfield dates from the 1930s. Its external treatment with fake half timbering at first floor level is out of keeping with its Peak District village setting… (READ MORE)

New Projects Added

We have added a brand new project section to our website. It now has a sector filter; it can help you quickly sought out our architectural schemes into the following: Civic | Education | Masterplanning | Office | Residential | Science | Sports & Leisure.

We have also added some new educational / school architectural projects, these include:

York, St. John University, Sports Centre.

We have been appointed by Simpson York to design an infill block to the York St. John University, sports centre. This will comprise sports science labs, physiotherapy training room and teaching space.  This is a fast track project with planning due to be submitted by mid-July. We are looking forward to working with the University on this facility for its very successful sports science department.

York’s Advanced Structural Imaging Facility

We have been appointed by Simpson York, the successful D&B tendering contractors, to develop the design of the University of York’s Advanced Structural Imaging Facility (formerly called the Integrated Information Facility).

This scheme, for which we have already secured detailed planning consent, provides space for the University’s structural biology research equipment including a new Cryo Electron Microscope.

Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory (WACL)

The extension of the Wolfson Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory (WACL) was successfully handed over and is now being used by the researchers at the University of York.

The building not only extends the existing WACL but also links it to the York Plasma Institute (YPI) providing new laboratory space and research offices for both organisations. WACL and YPI are both leaders in their respective fields with their views often sought by the mainstream media. Externally the building has been designed to seamlessly continue the architectural language of the original WACL building and joining to the YPI with a recessive glass link.