“Rapid global urbanisation and the rebalancing of economic and environmental imperatives pose fascinating challenges. Creativity is at the heart of our response; shaping places that are attractive, competitive and sustainable.” Francis Glare, urban design director
We provide a creative lead in our approach to masterplanning and regeneration. Our track record is second-to-none; tackling issues of de-industrialisation and market stagnation to deliver places of enduring quality with flair and imagination.
Our masterplans respond to local conditions and client aspirations whilst also promoting universal qualities of environmental harmony, social cohesion and physical beauty. True places for people.
Our designs for a mixed use 253-home development at Weir Mill, Stockport have been submitted for planning and listed building consent.
Our plans for the regeneration of York’s historic Castle Gateway area have taken a major step forwards, following the City of York Council’s decisions to grant full planning consent for two landmark projects.
Architect Björn Bleumink describes how adaptive eco-systems can transform measures for water mitigation into an asset to enhance the public realm.
We have been shortlisted in the categories of Higher Education Architect of the Year, Interior Architect of the Year and Public Realm Architect of the Year for BD’s Architect of the Year Awards.
Dublin architect Niall Walsh discusses his competition winning design, Food for Thought, which champions a vision of urban farming as a tool for architectural, social, and economic transformation.
BDP has won two of the top awards at this year’s Teambuild. Team R.O.O.T won the Procurement Prize, and Martha Andrews won the Leadership Prize for the most promising individual competitor.
BDP has reported its highest turnover to date at £106.8M with a pre-tax profit of £9.5M.
Urbanism director Manisha Bhartia took part in a Building Sense Now (BSN) Workshop in Auroville, South India.