Recent Projects

Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design and CampbellReith were appointed to the HCA’s 2010-2014 Multidisciplinary and Engineering Panels. Below is a selection of recent projects procured through these panels. You can read what some of our clients have said about our team by clicking the button below.

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Wealstun Phase 2, Wetherby

In July 2017, Tibbalds CampbellReith was appointed by the HCA to prepare and submit an outline planning application for the Phase 2 Site at HMP Wealstun.  This followed a previous HCA instruction for the development of 23 residential dwellings on the adjacent site of a former Prison Officer’s Club (Phase 1). The Phase 2 site Read more »

Tottenham High Road Strategy, Haringey

Tibbalds CampbellReith were engaged by London Borough Haringey to deliver a regeneration strategy for the Tottenham High Road, which encompasses four town centres within a complex, historic environment containing many neighbourhoods with diverse characteristics and often demonstrating significant deprivation. The strategy was required to define future projects for the area and provide a basis for Read more »

Magistrates Court, Consett

The Tibbalds CampbellReith JV was appointed by Homes England in September 2017 to manage building demolition, formulate redevelopment proposals and submit an outline planning application for the 0.5-hectare former Magistrates Court site in Consett. Our team was initially tasked with procuring and managing the demolition of the existing court buildings to prepare the site for Read more »

Masterplan and Outline Planning Application Manydown, Basingstoke

Tibbalds CampbellReith was appointed by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council and Hampshire County Council as masterplanners and planning consultant to secure Outline Planning for a residential-led development of 3,200 homes and ancillary uses, such as mixed-use centres, schools and open spaces. Campbell Reith provided technical support and prepared and coordinated the EIA with the wider Read more »

Former Whittingham Hospital, Preston

Tibbalds CampbellReith JV was commissioned in January 2018 to provide a wide range of services for the redevelopment of the former Whittingham Hospital in Preston.  Services within our instruction include town planning, masterplanning, viability assessment and ground investigation, with the overriding aim of securing new high quality residential development on the site as quickly as Read more »

Local Authority Accelerated Construction (LAAC) national site assessments

Homes England appointed the Tibbalds CampbellReith JV to carry out an assessment of over 40 sites as part of its national LAAC programme, which was designed to provide central government assistance to local authorities in rapidly assessing necessary financial and technical inputs required to facilitate delivery of housing on available sites in their ownership. We Read more »

Northstowe Design Code, Cambridgeshire

Northstowe is a new town in Cambridgeshire, promoted by Gallagher and Homes and Communities Agency (HCA). It will be the home of around 25,000 people and is one of the NHS’s Healthy New Towns (HNT).  Tibbalds was appointed by the Homes and Communities Agency to prepare a Design Code for the first two Phases of Read more »

Matson and Podsmead Estate Regeneration, Gloucester

Tibbalds CampbellReith was appointed by Gloucester City Homes to lead the development of a new vision and masterplans to transform the Matson and Podsmead Estates. The Matson and Podsmead Estates in Gloucester are failing. They provide over 1,500 homes, but many of these – especially the flats – are no longer fit for purpose, and Read more »

Westbury Estate and Knight’s Walk projects, Lambeth

These two applications are the front runners in the ambitious Estate Regeneration programme being brought forward by Homes for Lambeth on behalf of Lambeth Council. Both schemes have been led by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design as lead consultant, planning consultant and design team lead; working with CPC Project Services as development manager and employer’s Read more »

Development Land Consultancy, Bolsover

Bolsover District Council and NE Derbyshire District Council have developed a strategy to bring forward council-owned sites for residential development.  The package includes Housing Revenue Account (HRA) sites and General Fund (GF) sites.  The aim is to deliver 100% affordable housing on HRA sites, partly cross-funded by market housing on the GF sites. Tibbalds CampbellReith Read more »

North East Enfield Area Action Plan, LB Enfield

Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design, together with sub-consultants Peter Brett Associates (transport and socio-economic consultants), Aspinall Verdi (property and viability) and Urban Graphics, was appointed in September 2013 to produce an Area Action Plan for North East Enfield (NEE). Working to challenging five-month timescale, we have: reviewed the extensive evidence base, identified gaps and supplemented Read more »

Sheerwater Estate, Woking

Strategically located between Woking and West Byfleet, the Sheerwater Estate was developed in the early 1950’s by the London County Council to house families that relocated from London after the Second World War. The majority of the estate’s housing stock is social housing with a very high number of one bedroom units. Over the years Read more »

291 Harrow Road, Westminster

Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design has recently co-ordinated and submitted a major planning application for a mixed use development at 291 Harrow Road/Elmfield Way, Westminster. The proposals, submitted on behalf of the City of Westminster, combine specialist housing for people with learning disabilities, affordable housing for keyworkers and families, as well as new games, play Read more »

Woolston Riverside, Southampton

This 12.5 hectare ship yard was formerly owned by Vosper Thornycroft plc and was purchased by South East of England Development Agency with a view to promoting the regeneration of the Woolston area. The site is located along the eastern bank of the River Itchen estuary, to the east of Southampton town centre. The project Read more »

Harlow Priority Estates Programme financial modelling

The Tibbalds HCA team led by development specialists Kim Sangster Associates are undertaking financial modelling feasibility advice in connection with the Priority Estates Programme that was established in 2007 by Harlow Council, initially in response to concerns about the condition of housing on the following residential estates: The Briars. Aylets Field. Copshall Close. Lower Meadow. Read more »

Bourne Estate, Camden

The Tibbalds Multidisciplinary Team secured planning approval for a 75 unit mixed tenure scheme on the Bourne Estate in Camden. The scheme creates two new blocks of housing that link and relate to existing Grade II Listed early 20th Century social housing blocks on the estate, and also includes significant new public realm and recreation Read more »

Daedalus, Lee-on-Solent – EIA, Environment and Ecology

CampbellReith was appointed by the Homes and Communities Agency to manage and coordinate the EIA for the mixed use redevelopment of this 180 hectare former MoD site, which is currently under the ownership of the HCA. The site was covered by one Masterplan creating an urban extension to Lee-on-the-Solent but was subject to two planning Read more »

Margate Rendezvous EIA, Kent

CampbellReith was appointed by Kent County Council in 2013 to take forward a planning application for the redevelopment of the environmentally sensitive Rendezvous Site as a Hotel and Tourism Hub for Margate The development was granted consent in 2014. CampbellReith was appointed as Civil, Structural, Environmental and Transportation Engineers for the scheme, which incorporates restaurants, Read more »

Tybalds Estate, Camden

The Tibbalds Multidisciplinary secured planning permission for 93 new mixed tenure homes, landscape and public realm improvements and an enlargement of existing community facilities at the Tybalds Estate in Holborn in the London Borough of Camden.  The proposals include new build housing, extensions and additions to existing post-war Council blocks and new CHP facilities for Read more »

Site development – Dacorum Borough Council

Tibbalds was appointed as planning and urban design consultant to help Dacorum Borough Council develop a series of small brownfield sites in its ownership for housing.  The Council used the HCA Multidisciplinary Framework to appoint the team. The Council’s aim is to deliver new homes, both private and affordable, through direct development and to generate Read more »

Nottingham Transport Strategy Testing

Nottingham City Council/ County Council appointed MVA (now known as Systra) through the Tibbalds HCA Multi-disciplinary Team to carry out transport modelling for the Nottingham Housing Market Area.  The Councils considered that using a mini-competition process for selected members of the HCA Multidisciplinary Framework Panel of consultants was the most streamlined way to commission the Read more »

Tesco and Asda, Lancashire and Manchester

CampbellReith has been working with Liberty Properties on two food retail stores in the north-west of England. CampbellReith provided engineering input on a proposed 30,000 sq. ft Tesco store near Bolton in Lancashire. The proposed store was located on a former mill site, which included a disused mineshaft within the site boundary, identified on the Read more »

Rushden Park and Lakes, Northamptonshire

CampbellReith has been commissioned by LXB (Manager) LLP to assist in securing detailed planning consent for an 11.5Ha general and food retail and leisure development adjacent to the A45 at Rushden lakes, Northamptonshire. The site was formerly used for sand and gravel extraction and following ceasation of these activities it was used as a watersports Read more »

Aberfeldy Village, Tower Hamlets

Aberfeldy Village is a major part of Poplar Housing and Regeneration Community Association’s plans to reshape Poplar in East London. The creation of a Joint Venture between Poplar HARCA and Willmott Dixon Regeneration is leading the regeneration of Aberfeldy Village to create revitalised community of over 1,200 homes together with a village centre providing retail, Read more »