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  • Manchester London

    1. Since URBED started in Covent Garden in 1976, we have pioneered sustainable ways of regenerating urban areas and implementing policies for smarter growth

  • 1994HULME

    2. Our design guide for Hulme (later adopted for Manchester), was coupled with developing Design for Change/Work for Change and we set up our Manchester ofce there

  • 2002

    3. Brighton gave us the chance to design a sustainable urban neighbourhood on the old goods yard next to the station, with 500 apartments on six hectares (including the rst zero carbon units) plus shops, hotels and workspace with a Sainsbury store funding the process,

  • 2008

    RTPI & WYG Planning Achievement Award 2011 Overall Winner and Strategic Planning Winner for Bury But Be7er An Evolu;onary Masterplanning Process

    4. Bury is one of many town centres where our community based strategies have supported an urban renaissance

  • 2009N O T T I N G H A M C I T Y C E N T R E

    5. The Nottingham Design Framework shows how a city can promote an urban renaissance

  • Urban Design Awards 2012 Joint Winner in the Prac;ce category for BrenBord Lock West


    6. Brentford in West London won us an Urban Design Group award for best practice, and exemplies our approach to participative led urban design

  • 2013


    4. New Bolton Woods a new sustainable urban neighbourhood builds on our ongoing relationship with Bradford City Council developed over the last 10 years

  • Carbon Co-op

    AJ Retrot 3Rs Award 2011 - Highly Commended in the Small Housing Category for Retrot for The Future


    8. The Carbon Coop in Greater Manchester is tackling the urgent issue of retrotting existing homes

  • 2013

    9. Our footprint policy developed for igloo regeneration to guide their investment has been recognised as the The worlds rst responsible real estate fund

  • 1 Community building2 Connected neighbourhood3 Character and quality4 Climate change5 Collaboration


    10.Current work for the Oxford City Council/Grosvenor joint venture to future proof a major urban extension to a Council estate has taken the Cambridgeshire Quality Charter for Growth a step further.