This residential development overlooks the River Thames and enjoys superb views from the glass-fronted elevation across to Lambeth Palace and the House of Commons.
This project will provide 69 affordable housing units over six storeys, with retail space at ground level.
Hilson Moran were involved from scheme design to planning for a mixed use scheme providing 139 flats over nine floors, a church, care home and commercial space.
Hilson Moran worked with architect Gensler and project manager Gleeds to develop designs for six non-sample schools under the Building Schools for the Future initiative.
This is a terrace of nine late-19th century buildings that has been successfully converted into student accommodation for the Institute of Education, University of London.
Principal Place is a large mixed-use development in Hackney on the border with the City of London near Liverpool Street station.
Hilson Moran advised Stockport College on sustainability issues associated with the £120m development of a new campus.
This is a state-of-the-art infants school comprising 13 classrooms and a large multi purpose hall.
Three miles east of Manchester city centre, the Toxteth Street development included a number of types of new-build residential properties integrated with commercial properties and a revised street plan.
This mixed use development comprises an office block and close to 200 residential units arranged over six blocks. The office is targeting BREEAM offices 2008 Very Good with the residential targeting CFSH level 3.