“When we design housing - at every scale - we consider the residents and their social, cultural and economic infrastructure as much as the buildings themselves.”
Kathryn Tombling, Head of Housing
Many of our housing projects begin life as masterplanning studies for public and private sector clients, ranging from city centre regeneration to suburban districts and urban extensions. BDP’s international studio network continues to win commissions to develop new settlements to match the rapid pace of global urbanisation.
Situated opposite Lambeth Palace overlooking the River Thames, 69 new homes are created in a mix of affordable and market tenures.
This project includes 47 rental residential units, retail, commercial spaces, daycare and event space across five storeys as well as surface parking and a rooftop terrace.
High-rise condominium of 60 storeys, with retail at grade, art gallery, underground parking, and green roof terraces adjacent to the naturalised Edgeley Park.
The bespoke apartments are designed and built to the very highest specification, offering contemporary living in the heart of Scotland’s most vibrant city.
32-storey tower, addition of 274 residential units, renovation of existing retail, amenity, and residential areas.
This new mixed-use development in the Canary District aims to articulate Indigenous values and principles through its design.
An extension of Uxbridge’s town centre on former RAF land providing a variety of homes, from studio flats to three bedroom apartments, and a range of tenures
A major retail led mixed use regeneration scheme for the historic market town of Kingston.
In this report, we invite members from our global multidisciplinary collective to share their insights on a key design consideration for successful high-density living in their cities, and the value it can bring.
BDP has been named among five esteemed finalists in a design competition for the redevelopment of a site on Midland Road in Bristol's historic Old Market Quarter
BDP has put forward plans for more than 500 homes in Liverpool’s Love Lane in a new development which will reuse a series of railway arches in the city centre.
At BDP, we’re always looking for opportunities to design for an improved quality of life in our multi-unit residential projects. An important consideration in this regard is a question that always comes up in discussion with our clients: how should we accommodate balconies?
Manchester City Council has awarded planning approval to the BDP-designed Ancoats Works on behalf of Capital & Centric and Kamani Property in Holt Town, on the edges of New Islington, Manchester.
BDP has successfully cemented a place on the Homes England Development and Regeneration Technical Services (DaRTS) framework from 2023 to 2027.
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The go ahead has been given for Gap House, an innovative new concept in affordable eco-housing, to be built on disused council-owned garage plots in Bristol.