Behind our masterplanning is an acute sense of place.
What makes one place a success above another is found in the detail of access and connections, hierarchy and legibility, and in its heart and richness.
Our masterplans bring these all together as a bespoke and flexible framework for change and sustainability.
A strategic plan
With an eye to the macro, our masterplans might consider estate regeneration, town centre identity, evolving and new neighborhoods, museum futures, or school estates. The common thread is the need for a long-term view, that assesses where needs and opportunities lie. We strive to create places where the built environment helps its communities to flourish.
We have been appointed alongside designers OPEN and engineers WSP to develop an ambitious, multi-million pound regeneration scheme for Barrow’s town centre.
Jenna Johnston, Senior Heritage Consultant, explains.
The 15-year regeneration framework aims to create an urban village in within Stoneygate.
Martin is an experienced architect who has successfully delivered projects across a broad range of sectors, most recently specialising in hotels, multi-residential, mixed-use, and masterplanning work.
Andy leads Buttress' residential and regeneration team and has the rare ability to cut through to the heart of complex issues to find a solution.
Matthew is an architect and director at Buttress who has led the successful design and delivery of new build and refurbishment projects across a range of cultural, academic and community-led sectors, both regionally and internationally.
He also coordinates the practice's sustainability activities and has led Buttress' B Corp journey helping the company achieve certification at the end of 2022.
Collyhurst masterplan: © Adriette Myburgh