residential – Roundfield


Featured in The Architects’ Journal

We are delighted that our social housing schemes for Bristol City Council are featured in the latest issue of The Architects' Journal, which focuses on housing. The article heaps praise on the landscape design and implementation: "The thought that has been fed into the streetscaping of these sites is where they prove particularly impressive in a way that seems almost inverse to their size." "At both developments, this carefully considered idea of sequencing is the result of what seems to have been a fruitful relationship with landscape architect Roundfield, which Russell says pushed 'incredibly hard' for nicely landscaped sites...

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Lockleaze housing, Bristol

We are delighted to be working with Emmett Russell Architects and Bristol City Council to develop two residential sites in Lockleaze, Bristol. The first scheme is the Romney House site for the development of approximately 269 new homes. This work continues on from our design study and planning brief submitted earlier in the year. The second site is the nearby Constable Road/Crome Road site for the development of approximately 81 new homes. We will develop both schemes for outline planning.   Romney House image copyright of Emmett Russell Architects...

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planning granted for green homes in Bristol

Roundfield, working with Emmett Russell Architects, have received planning permission for three developments of new build council homes for Bristol City Council. In keeping with the City's ambitions as European Green Capital, the housing has all been designed to Passivhaus Standards. With limited space available for soft landscape on these urban infill sites, proposals have made a strong feature of sustainable urban drainage systems which positively influence the landscape character. The three sites are located in the Henbury and Brentry areas of the city. The developments form part of Bristol City Council’s New Build Council Housing Programme which aims to deliver 1000 new council homes over the next 15 years on housing infill sites.     Copyright: Emmett Russell Architects Copyright: Emmett Russell Architects ...

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