Award win for Bromborough Pool Village Housing Scheme
Ainsley Gommon’s housing project at Bromborough Pool Village was successful in winning a prestigious award at the Your Move Property Award Ceremony, held last week in Lutyens Crypt at the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral.
Birkenhead Priory Phase Two receives Heritage Lottery Funding
The next phase of conservation works at the Grade I Listed Birkenhead Priory has been granted a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £393,100.
New Entrance for Birkenhead Sixth Form College is on site
Following the completion of the Arts and Design Block earlier in the year, the latest phase of work at Birkenhead Sixth Form Centre has started on site.
Leonie & Gethin Curate Eisteddfod Architecture Exhibition
Leonie Wainwright and Gethin Jones from our Hawarden office have together designed and co-ordinated the construction of the 2013 National Eisteddfod Exhibition of Architecture at the Arts and Crafts Pavilion at the Eisteddfod, held in Denbighshire.
Maria becomes President of the Liverpool Architectural Society
Ainsley Gommon Director Maria Killick was last night inaugurated as the President of the Liverpool Architectural Society and the Merseyside branch of the RIBA, following two years as Vice-President.
Hope Primary Care Resource Centre is submitted for Planning Approval
The new Primary Care Resource Centre providing much needed health facilities for the villages of Hope and Caergwrle in Flintshire has been submitted for Planning Approval. The project is being developed with Castlemead for Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board.
Staff enjoy a day on the Manchester Ship Canal
Ainsley Gommon Staff spent the annual staff training day experiencing industrial heritage and contemporary urban regeneration aboard a Mersey Ferry sailing from Liverpool to Salford Quays along the Manchester Ship Canal.
Medal winning Paralympic Athlete Beverley Jones officially opens the Life Skills Centre
The new Life Skills Centre at Northop College has been officially opened by local Paralympic shot putter and discus thrower Beverley Jones at a ceremony attended by students, staff and guests from the local community.
Birkenhead Priory reopens following major restoration and improvement works
Merseyside’s oldest building Birkenhead Priory and the Grade II Listed St Mary’s Tower has recently reopened following a £735,000 refurbishment programme.