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Mountford Pigott LLP Graphics Portfolio 2013

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Mountford Pigott LLP Graphics Portfolio 2013

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  2. 2. graphics Mountford Pigott has an experienced Graphics division to add to its broad spectrum of services. Using the latest industry standard software, we offer a wide range of Design and Visualisation services, from Digital Imagery, Photomontage and Animation to complete in-house solutions including Full Brochure Design and printing, Development Logos and Planning / Marketing Presentation and Exhibition Boards.
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  4. 4. redevelopment at english walls OSWESTRYOur proposals a closer look State-of-the-art digital cinema ‡ Single screen,170 seat digital cinema ‡ To be operated by“The Light”, a specialist digital cinema provider ‡ Flexible use for films,conferences and other local events will ensure its long term viability Environmental credentials The development will feature a range of modern environmental features to help reduce the operating carbon footprint: ‡ Using a sustainable location which is well served by public transport and has easy access for local pedestrian traffic will reduce food miles for car users – a benefit which will be lost with any out-of-centre store ‡ A combined heat and power plant to increase energy efficiency and reduce waste will be incorporated ‡ Grey water will be recycled to reduce the use of local water supplies ‡ Widespread use of wall and roof glazing will reduce the need for artificial lighting during the day and contributes to a reduction in heating costs ‡ Natural ventilation will be provided to reduce reliance on mechanical ventilation systems ‡ Low energy lighting at night will improve energy efficiency. Elevated view from Festival Square Sketch view of Smithfield Road from Festival SquareSketch view along English Walls looking towards Smithfield Road Sketch view along Smithfield Road redevelopment at english walls OSWESTRYOur proposals a closer look A quality national foodstore ‡ J Ross is in advanced discussions with a well known foodstore operator ‡ Sensitive design will ensure the store complements the conservation area ‡ Over 200 new jobs requiring a range of skills will be created ‡ Vehicles will access the store from Salop Road and there will be easy pedestrian access to and from the town centre ‡ The development will have 600 short-stay parking spaces,with both surface and undercroft parking,increasing available parking spaces for shoppers ‡ A safe and secure car park,incorporating a pay on foot system will be created. Each car parking space will be larger than in the existing car park ‡ A new long stay car park for a further 140 cars will be provided off Middleton Road ‡ A town centre foodstore will bring shoppers into Oswestry. Additional shops and facilities ‡ 3,000 ft² of retail units facing English Walls will enhance Oswestry’s retail offer ‡ A new RADAR controlled disabled toilet, available 24 hours a day E N G L I S H W A L L S SALOPROAD R O F T S T R E E T SMITHFIELDROAD Street Level Plan Upper Level Plan Sketch view along English Walls Retail Units Retail Unit Dis WC M&S Festival Square E N G L I S H W A L L S SALOPROAD R O F T S T R E E T SMITHFIELDROAD Food Store Sales Floor Public Cafe Cafe Kitchen Entrance Warehouse Service yard at street level Development Boundary Vehicle Ramp Parking Below Food Store Car Park 134 spaces Lobby Trolleys Public Toilets / First Aid Lifts Travelators Cinema Rainbow’s End The Bear Travelators Regent Court Cinema Lobby Service yard Down to 78 car spaces Up to Food Store Street Level Car Park 386 spaces Start Planning Application Desk Study Field Investigation 0093-PGGEB-01-Board-3 local foodstore with dedicated 200 space car park linking directly to the High Street via new small-scale shop units in a courtyard setting foodstore - a public facility increased Town Centre parking provision in a safer environment and more accessible Town Centre car park - a public facility 250 to 350 new homes in a co-ordinated masterplan with potential for other uses and community facilities residential led mixed use LAND USE a new piece of town in place of under-used land close to the heart of Chipping Sodbury. Increased Town Centre parking provision in a safe environment and more accessible. Town Centre parking provision maintained during construction phases making the most of the natural quarry setting residential layout to exploit dramatic landscape and topography of Barnhill Quarry the design and layout of development will respond appropriately to the cemetery and its wider setting protecting and enhancing the special qualities of the cemetery north bank of the River Frome opened up into the public domain with extended new landscaping and enhanced ecological value north bank of the River Frome enhanced with new landscaped river edge CHARACTER creates new distinctive areas for the Town with enhancements to the public realm picking up on the themes of river, dramatic landscape, unique architectural/ townscape heritage south: tight urban area with traditional feel although buildings might be contemporary and incorporating new riverside and cemetery side landscaping - north: spaciously arranged residential area with open contemporary feel 2 major new character areas creation of new public areas between High Street and the Frome and also at the riverside that respond to the setting of St John’s Church and the Conservation Area Town Centre extension high quality built development and landscaping, including landmark features, will greatly enhance this gateway to the Town Centre improving the gateway to the town CONNECTION improves strategic vehicular movement as well as creating complete local accessibility relieves vehicle pressure on High Street and opens up access to all parts of the site possible new link road one of the burgage plots opened up and a new footbridge gives direct pedestrian access to and from the High Street and existing shops new direct access to High Street creates a safe pedestrian network that links into surrounding parts of Town new permeable street network area shaped by powerful environmental influences ENVIRONMENT new old DesignRationale Start Planning Application Desk Study Field Investigation 0093-PGGEB-01-Board-1 Landscape slopes Quarry view landscape River bank landscape Residential character area 1 Residential character area 2 Residential character area 3 Car park Food store Landmark New strategic links New local connections Barnhill access Link to Town Centre New landscaped strategic links Jubilee Park St Johns Burial ground Residential District The Ridings playing fields Barnhill Quarry Ridge wood Food store River Frome New small retail units Potential for bars & restaurants River Walk Existing ground level Town Centre car park Burgage plot opened up Food store car park St.Johns Way Wick warRoad Bowling Hill High Street HorseStreet ProvisionalStrategy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 93 3
  5. 5. 8 UPPER TERRACE,EUREKA PARK,ASHFO RD IN TRO DUCTIO N i.iv USIN G THIS DO CUM ENT Part3:A G eneric Urban Desig n Fram ework deals with th e fo llowin g issues: • The overall conceptfo r th e develo pm entin clu din g pla ce- m akin g, lo cal id entity & distinctiveness and responsive develo pm ent; • Achie vin g good urban qualities in th e public realm ; • The m ovem entnetw ork; • Street, blo ck and plo tconfigurations; • Develo pin g an urban desig n la nguage to accom m odate change; • The synergy betw een builtand natu ralfo rm s; • Energy optim ization;and • The production ofan in dicative m aste rpla n. Part4:Puttin g It AllTogeth er deals with th e fo llowin g issues: • Achie vin g pla ce-m akin g, supporting lo cal id entity & distinctiveness and accom m odating change;and • The production ofa finalm aste rpla n. Part5:Im ple m enta tion and Delivery deals with th e fo llowin g issues: • M arketing & prom otion; • Phasin g ofdevelo pm entand in frastructu re;and • The overall contrib ution ofth e develo pm entto th e fu tu re profile ofAshfo rd. 7 UPPER TERRACE, EUREKA PARK, ASHFO RD IN TRO D UCTIO N i.iv USING THIS D O CUM EN T Brie f Structu re This Develo pm ent Brie f supports an outlin e pla nnin g subm issio n to Ashfo rd Borough Council and will, on approval, have th e sta tu s of Supple m enta ry Pla nnin g G uid ance (SPG ) or com parable desig n guid ance. The brie f is m ade up of five parts exclu din g In troduction, O verall Sum m ary and Appendic es. W hen consid ered collectively th ese parts reflectsequentialsta gesofnegotiation and collaboration with Ashfo rd Borough Council and oth er key sta kehold ers. Parts 1 to 3 can be consid ered as dealing with th e process of producin g a brie f th at has been in fo rm ed by research sources, conte xtu al & site analysis and sta kehold er in volvem ent culm in ating in an urban desig n fram ework from which key strate gie s fo r develo pm ent em erge. Parts 4 and 5 use th is fram ework to produce a final m aste r pla n. Part 1: Settin g th e Scene deals with th e fo llowin g issues: • A conte xtu al analysis to esta blish th e available urban resources and attrib ute s th at th e new develo pm ent m ust explo it and respond to , such as transporta tion links, patterns of m ovem ent and connectivity with existing urban areas; • An evalu ation of th e la ndscape, ecolo gical characte r of th e site and its im m edia te surroundin g lo cality ; • An archaeolo gical assessm ent of th e site; • An appraisal of national, regio nal and lo cal pla nnin g policie s th at dete rm in e th e constrain ts fo r develo pm ent; • The role of key sta kehold ers in contrib uting to th e develo pm ent process; • The develo pm ent econom ics; and • The need to enable develo pm ent to accom m odate change in response to th e glo bal trends. Part 2: Producin g an Urban Desig n & Develo pm ent Rationale deals with th e fo llowin g issues: • The need fo r a rationale to aid th e auditin g of th e m aste r pla nnin g process; • The benefits of a collaborative sta kehold er workshop; • Analysis of th e workshop data and recom m endations; and • Synth esisin gth em ain workshopfindin gswithth econte xtu al/ site analysis and pla nnin g constrain ts in order to produce a generic urban desig n fram ework. 6 UPPER TERRACE, EUREKA PARK, ASHFORD IN TRODUCTIO N Ap pe nd ium to the Tra nsp ort ass ess me nt Se pte mb er 20 04 pc/ jg/2 00 3-3 88OUT LINE ECO LOG Y MIT IGA TIO N PRO POS ALS Eure ka Park Ash ford , Ken t. ECO LOG ICA L ASS ESS MEN T OF EUR EKA PAR K Eureka Park Ash ford , Ken t. PHA SE 1 AND ECO LOG ICA L SCO OPI NG SUR VEY Eure ka Park Ash ford , Ken t. MIT IGA TIO N PRO POS ALS i.iii ACHIEVIN G QUALIT Y DEVELOPMENT Sed lesc ombe Chisw ick Par k Pen tad BP Sun bur y Cam bour ne BP Sun bur y Pen tad Cam bridge Res ea rc h The brief dra ws on severa l key case studies including: • Sedlescombe Village Gre en, East Sussex • BP Business Park, Sunbury, Middx. • Chiswick Park, Chiswick, London • Cambridge Research Park, Cambs • Cambourn e Business Park, Cambs • Pentad, Edinburg h Park, Edinburg h The brief should be re ad in conjunction with the following supporting documents • Phase 1 and Ecological Scoping Survey (R PS November 2003) • Ecological Assessment of Eure ka Park (R PS July 2004) • Outline Ecology Mitigation Pro posals (R PS September 2004) • Tra nsport Assessment (D enis W ilson Partnership December 2003) • Addendum to Tra nsport Assessment (D enis W ilson Partnership September 2004) • An Archaeological Desk-B ased Assessment and W alkover Survey of Land at Eure ka Park, Ashford , Kent (A rchaeology South East December 2003) • Eure ka Park, Ashford - Infrastructure Report (S cott-W hite & Hookins July 2003) • Feedback Report for the Design and Development W orkshop for Upper Terrace, Eure ka Park, Ashford , Kent (D EGW & Townscape June 2004) 5 UPPER TE RRACE, EUREKA PA RK, ASHFO RD INTRODUCTIO N i.iii ACHIEVING QUALITY DEVELOPMENT Responsive Methods During the past 10 years there has been an increase in the demand for improving the urban quality of developments from a range of stakeholders. This increase of general interest in the issue of improving urban quality arises because communities want better places to live, developers are pursuing a better product and local authorities want to be associated with better decisions. This trend is reflected in the production of this brief through the use of ‘responsive methods’ in achieving quality development (Figure i.ii) The following methods have inform ed the content and output of this brief: • Collaborative stakeholder workshops that include local community representatives, business people and local authority officers; • The development of a language of design through the production of an outline coding system to secure base-line urban qualities irrespective of future changes in the master plan; and • An acknowledgement that any development needs to contribute to the future profile of Ashford. Key References The production of this brief draws on several urban design references including: • The Urban Design Compendium (English Partnerships 2000) • By Design: Urban Design and the Planning System – towards better practice (DETR & CABE 2000) • Better Places to Live – A companion guide to PPG3 (DLTR & CABE 2001) • DB32 Places Streets and Movement (DETR 1998) • Responsive Environments: A Manual for Designers (Bentley, I et al 1987) The brief responds to policies contained within key planning documents including: • Ashford Borough Council Local Plan 2000 • Kent and Medway Deposit Structure Plan 2003 • Regional Planning Guidance for the South East (RPG 9) 2001 • Regional Planning Guidance for the South East (RPG 9), Chapter 12 - Ashford Growth Area 2004 • National Planning Policy and Guidance Sear ch Adva nced Searc h Plann ing Wha t we do Buildi ng Regu lation s Civil Resili ence Devo lution Fire Gove rnmen t Office s Home lessn ess Hous ing Local Gove rnmen t Neigh bourh ood Rene wal Unit Plann ing Regio ns Regio nal Co-or dinati on Unit Scien ce and Rese arch Socia l Exclu sion Unit Susta inable Comm unitie s Urban Policy Find out more Abou t ODPM Acces s to inform ation News releas es Spee ches What 's new Site tools Help Acces sibility Cymr aeg Home > Plann ing > Plann ing guida nce and advic e > Urban desig n in the plann ing syste m By Desi gn, Urba n desi gn in the plan ning syst em: main docu men t Conte nts Forew ord The Need For Bette r Urban Desig n Purpo se of the guide Urban desig n Place -maki ng The role of the plann ing syste m Towa rds better practi ce Think ing Abou t Urban Desig n Objec tives of urban desig n Aspec ts of devel opme nt form Objec tives and devel opme nt form broug ht togeth er Prom pts to thinki ng Urban Desig n And The Plann ing Toolk it Unde rstand ing the local conte xt The devel opme nt plan Supp lemen tary plann ing guida nce Deve lopme nt contro l Revie wing outco mes Raisin g Stand ards In Urban Desig n Proac tive mana geme nt Collab oratio n Deve loping the right skills Desig n Initiat ives Monit oring and review Chec klist 1 Is desig n worki ng for you? Chec klist 2 Inform ation requir emen ts for a plann ing applic ation Gloss ary Furth er Read ing Some Usefu l Conta cts Ackno wledg emen ts Althou gh this repor t was comm ission ed by the Office , the findin gs and recom mend ations are those of the autho rs and do not neces sarily repre sent the views of the Office of the Depu ty Prime Minis ter. Sear ch Adva nced Searc h Plann ing Wha t we do Buildi ng Regu lation s Civil Resili ence Devo lution Fire Gove rnmen t Office s Home lessn ess Hous ing Local Gove rnmen t Neigh bourh ood Rene wal Unit Plann ing Regio ns Regio nal Co-or dinati on Unit Scien ce and Rese arch Socia l Exclu sion Unit Susta inable Comm unitie s Urban Policy Find out more Abou t ODPM Acces s to inform ation News releas es Spee ches What 's new Site tools Help Acces sibility Cymr aeg Home > Plann ing > Plann ing policy > Plann ing policy guida nce notes Plan ning Polic y Guid ance 13: Tran spor t Secti on conte nts: Plann ing Policy Guida nce 13: Trans port Back to top 4 UPPER TERR ACE, EUREKA PARK, ASHFOR D INTRODUCTION i.ii Development Brief PROCESS AND STATUS Figure i.ii Flow chart showing evolution of Development Brief DB Edn 1 1993 DB Edn 2 2001 Ashford Borough Local Plan 2000 RPG9 2001 PPG1 2001 PPG13 2002 Sustainable Communities 2003 Draft DB Edn 3 2003 Public Consultation Nov 2003 Council adopt LDF and DB becomes Supplementary Planning Document Draft DB Edn 3 2003 Stakeholder Workshop May 2004 + Public Consultation July 2004 Full Council adopt DB as planning guidance equivalent to SPG Draft DB Edn 3 2004 x Planning Advisory Group Review x Executive Committee Review Draft DB Edn 3 JAN 05 DB Edn 3 JULY 2005 Statutory Consultation + Public Consultation including Exhibition Executive Committee Authorise Brief DB Edn 3 = SPD Legislative and Planning Authority Influences Stakeholder Influences RPG9 Chap12 Ashford 2004 KSS Structure Plan 2004 PPS12 2004 3 UPPER TERRACE, EUREKA PARK, ASHFORD INTRODUCTION i.i UNLOCKING POTENTIAL The combination of good transport networks, the current ability to attract a broad range of mixed uses and the future business growth potential of the town confirms the Government’s interest in using Ashford as a pilot model for sustainable development. The natural attributes of Ashford lie in its location within a predominantly rural sub-regional hinterland with access to large distinctive and dramatic landscapes such as the chalk down land of the North Downs, Wealdon Greensand and Low Wealdon together with a variety of designated Countryside Character Areas. At a local spatial scale the landscape includes gently undulating grassland with defined field patterns within an open aspect. Local landmarks such as the golf course, lakes and spine road provide the Upper Terrace site with landscape components within which distinctive development could occur. Sustainable Communities The UK Government’s Sustainable Communities Programme for the South East identifies the need to: • Promote smart growth and sustainable patterns of development, in order to maximise the benefit gained from scarce resources and ensure quality of life for all in the region and also for future generations; • Promote the location as the gateway to continental Europe attracting a high proportion of the UK’s inward investment and requiring infrastructure for international, national and local travel; and • Protect the diverse nature and character of the South East and high quality of its countryside, whilst respecting the central role of towns in attracting inward investment (ODPM 2003). The Development Brief acknowledges that these sustainable development objectives are achievable by: • Promoting ‘smart growth’ by using design and development principles that can accommodate change; • Promoting Eureka Park as a contributor to the future profile of Ashford as an important strategic location; and • Promoting distinctive high quality development through the optimization of local resources and attributes. Figure i.i Ashford’s networking role at a global, sub- regional and local spatial scale 2 UPPER TERRACE, EUREKA PARK, ASHFORD INTRODUCTION i.i UNLOCKING POTENTIAL Global Business and Transportation Resources The South East is the UK’s largest region covering more than 19,000 sq. km with an estimated population of about 8.1 million (13.5% of the UK total) making up some 3 million households. Its regional economy accounts for more than 15% of the UK’s GDP, the largest share of any of the English regions, and providing 3.7 million jobs (ODPM 2003). Upper Terrace, Eureka Park is located approximately a mile to the northwest of Ashford centre adjacent to the M20 motorway and in the Kennington district of the borough. Ashford’s strategic importance in the South East region is due to excellent road connections and the International Rail Station. These can be considered as a global resource whereby: • Existing transportation networks provide convenient and rapid connections to London, Paris and Brussels. • In 2007 the high-speed rail link will secure the town’s strategic importance as a satellite growth area for London and a gateway to and from Europe. • Within 60 minutes by road are the pre-eminent global and European airport hubs of Gatwick and Heathrow, each with capacity for further growth in freight trade and passenger numbers. The existing integration of Ashford into a global network provides the town with an enviable location profile for attracting inward investment from a range of globally orientated high-tech information based companies, clean-manufacturing operators and ‘just-in-time’ production processes (Figure i.i). Regional and Local Attributes “The geographical location of Ashford has been historically a dominant factor in the town’s development, an attribute that is likely to shape the future of the town” (www.ashford.gov.uk 24 11 04). The close proximity of Eureka Park to Junction 9 of the M20 and within 10 minutes of Ashford International Rail Station means that the Upper Terrace site can contribute to Ashford’s strategic regional importance (Figure i.i). The importance of Ashford is recognised by the UK Government with the town being included in: the Sustainable Communities Plan; the Regional Planning Guidance for the South East region; and, the Kent Structure Plan. Ashford’s established transportation network provides the town with a strategic regional role for employment whilst locally it has enabled the integration of other uses such as residential, recreation and leisure. Development Brief JULY 2005
  6. 6. Visualisation 3D Modeling, rendering & movies modelled in 3D Max, rendered using vray and post production in photoshop
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  11. 11. Signage Design and Visualisation Tandem Centre Location Plan 2 New Totem Sign Disc Sign to Gable Elevation to replace existing Disc Sign to Gable Elevation to replace existing North 0 5m 10m 20m Totem - views Illumination to be no more than 500 candelas per m² elevation: scale 1:50 @ A3 10500mm Light Strip Illuminated letters that change colour (blue to purple) Silver Aluminium Panels Light Strip recessed internal lighting slots Internally lit flex face panels with screen printed tenants logos Internally illuminated flex face retail park logo Section A-A Section B-B Concrete base to be at ground level 1750mm Tandem Centre Totem - views 7 Section A-A Section B-B Structural core Illuminated letters that change colour (blue to purple) Silver Aluminium Panels Light Strip Internally lit flex face panels with screen printed tenants logos Internally illuminated flex face retail park logo Scale 1:20 @A3
  12. 12. concept forms built forms
  13. 13. 26 Lancaster Place Wimbledon Village London SW19 5DP T +44 (0)20 8946 6827 E info@mclarenlife.co.uk www.mclarenlife.co.uk Registered in England & Wales Registered number: 07377477 McLaren Life L i m i t e d Graphic Design Branding & Logo Design chelverton freeddeeley Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D N E P H SPINEL DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED Registered Office: Neocleous House 199 Arch. Makariou III Avenue P.C. 3030, Limassol Cyprus Company Registration Number: 156245 Tel: +44(0)20 7695 4229 Fax: +44(0)20 7495 1183 35 Davies Street London W1K 4LS Registration No. 5569298 Registered Address: Numerica, One Victoria Street, Bristol, BS1 6AA 2 7 P o l a n d S t r e e t, L o n d o n, W 1 F 8 Q N Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44 (0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 MAYBUSHT E L E C O M W I T H C O M P L I M E N T S Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D N E P H W I T H C O M P L I M E N T S 2 7 P o l a n d S t r e e t, L o n d o n, W 1 F 8 Q N Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44 (0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 MAYBUSHT E L E C O M 85 x 53 Telephone: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 DDI: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mobile: +44 (0)7785 368 172 e-mail: matthew.cartisser@neph.com www.neph.com Matthew Cartisser N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office Telephone: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 DDI: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mobile: +44 (0)7785 368 172 e-mail: matthew.cartisser@neph.com www.neph.com 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office N E P H Matthew Cartisser N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D N E P H Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0)7788 720 467 e-mail: danny.langley@neph.com www.neph.com Danny Langley N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Director Representative Office N E P H Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0)7788 720 467 e-mail: danny.langley@neph.com www.neph.com Danny Langley N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Director Representative Office N E P H Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0)7768 902 488 e-mail: paul.langley@neph.com www.neph.com Paul Langley N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office N E P H Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4229 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0)7768 902 488 e-mail: paul.langley@neph.com www.neph.com Paul Langley N E W E U R O P E P R O P E R T Y H O L D I N G S L I M I T E D 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Representative Office N E P H 85 x 53 27 Poland Street, London W1F 8QN Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44(0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 Mob: +44 (0) 7785 368 172 e-mail: matthew@cartisser.com Matthew Cartisser Director MAYBUSHT E L E C O M 27 Poland Street, London W1F 8QN Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44(0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 Mob: +44 (0) 7785 368 172 e-mail: matthew@cartisser.com Matthew Cartisser Director MAYBUSHT E L E C O M 27 Poland Street, London W1F 8QN Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44(0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 Mob: +44 (0) 7776 198 967 e-mail: pearsewheatley@btinternet.com MAYBUSHT E L E C O M 27 Poland Street, London W1F 8QN Tel: +44 (0)20 7965 4228 Tel: +44(0)20 7292 0617 Fax: +44 (0)20 7965 4201 Mob: +44 (0) 7776 198 967 e-mail: pearsewheatley@btinternet.com Robin Pearse Wheatley Director Robin Pearse Wheatley Director MAYBUSHT E L E C O M MAYBUSHT E L E C O M 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Tel: +44 (0)20 7219 1852 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0) 7921 039 892 e-mail: barkerg@parliament.uk 35 Davies Street, London W1K 4LS Tel: +44 (0)20 7219 1852 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 1183 Mob: +44 (0) 7921 039 892 e-mail: barkerg@parliament.uk Gregory Barker Director Gregory Barker Director MAYBUSHT E L E C O M
  14. 14. The Practice Company Profile Since its foundation in the 1920s, Mountford Pigott LLP has become a well-established practice of architects specialising in retail, leisure, commercial and residential design. Our experience across these core sectors has led to a substantial amount of mixed use and masterplanning work in recent years. Based in South West London, our studios are well positioned to serve our growing client base across the UK and Europe. Mountford Pigott have an ISO 9001 certified QA system, and operate rigorous quality management procedures. We have a proven track record and are able to draw upon wide ranging internal expertise to provide a broad spectrum of services: yy Full Architectural Services yy Urban Design yy Master Planning yy Graphics & Visualisation yy Site Feasibility studies yy Design and Build Services yy Project Management yy Contract Administration yy Planning Applications and Appeals yy Site Finding yy CAD Services yy Interior Design yy Landscape Design Design Clients Mountford Pigott LLP have worked with a broad spectrum of clients which include many of the UK`s leading funds and institutional investors, to private development companies and landowners, owner occupiers and operators, reflecting the broad base of work undertaken in the practice. Our design philosophy is driven by a respect for context and an intelligent and imaginative approach that seeks to deliver the appropriate solution for each project. Our work is founded on two principles: yy To listen carefully to the needs of our clients, agreeing a brief and vision yy To deliver creative contemporary, sustainable and practical solutions meeting time and cost criteria Each commission is personally supervised by a Partner and a senior member of staff from inception through to completion. This management principle enables us to reinforce our commitment to achieving high quality design within the financial parameters and time constraints which are unique to each project. Underpinning our service to clients our office is fully- computerised with a state of the art CAD network and the latest 3D and graphics software to ensure that the Practice remains at the forefront of IT Technology. Abbey National Asda - Walmart Axa REIM B&Q Plc Barclays Property Holdings Ltd Bellway Homes Big Yellow Self Storage Company Black Country Properties BlackRock Boots Properties Boultbee Bowmer + Kirkland British Land British Rail Property Board Brixton Estates Cantor Developments Capital & Provincial Capital & Regional Capital Shopping Centres Cardinal Europe Limited Carillion Richardson Partnership Centros Properties Ltd Chancerygate Chelverton Deeley Freed LaSalle Investment Management Legal & General Lidl UK Properties Life Property Limited McLaren Life Ltd MGM Assurance Midgard Miller Construction Millngate Properties National Westminster Bank Plc Oakmayne Properties Parkridge Peel Developments Pillar Property Plc Prudential Property Services Ltd - PRUPIM Quadrant Estates Ltd Railtrack Plc Richardsons Capital LLP Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital NHS Trust RREEF Scottish Widow Investment Partnership Spenhill St George Central London Terrace Hill Group Tesco Thames Water Property Services Ltd UK & European Investments Wyncote Developments Plc X-Leisure Chelverton Ltd Cine UK Citygrove Securities Co-op Group Property The Crown Estate Deutsche Property Asset Management Ltd Development Securities Plc Discovery Properties Draco Friends Life Ltd Glenkerrin (UK) Ltd Henderson Global Investors Henry Boot Developments Ltd Hermes Property Asset Management Ltd Homebase Hyundai Motor UK Limited ING RED UK Investec J P Morgan Fleming Asset Management J Ross Developments J Sainsbury Developments Ltd J Sainsbury Plc John Mowlem & Co Plc John Sisk & Son The Junction Kensington & Edinburgh Estates Kier Group Land Securities retail commercial residential leisure masterplanning design & build mixed use asset management graphics
  15. 15. selectedportfoliographics Mountford Pigott LLP 50 Kingston Road, New Malden, Surrey KT3 3LZ T:+44 (0)20 8942 8942 F:+44 (0)20 8942 8944 admin@mountfordpigott.com www.mountfordpigott.com

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