We were appointed as architects leading a programme of repairs and conversion of the 19th century building into community housing apartments.
The three storey Co-operative Hall built in 1880 served the expanding community in Longridge during the latter half of the 19th century. The building originally contained a savings bank, reading room and library in addition to shops and stores. Concerts and entertainment were also held in the Hall which could accommodate up to 800 people.
We were appointed to prepare a development study for the building in 2003. We found a building only partially used at ground floor level, with the fabric in serious decay. Our work therefore initially focused on a condition survey outlining repair work, then developing our Client's brief to convert the upper floors into affordable housing providing 16 two bedroomed apartments on the first and second floors of the building.
Leaders in the field of social housing design, BTP Architects were appointed to lead the £2.1 million Hayward Court development which was built by Seddon Construction and also includes 18
Award winning BTP Architects has helped deliver more homes for veterans, after work was completed on phase two of a scheme made famous by the BBC programme DIY SOS. With the
BTP were appointed by a local pre-school nursery to carry out a programme of repairs and convert two cellars to provide new nursery classrooms. Our design also included external hard
BTP are lead architects on the proposed conservation and restoration of the Pankhurst Centre, the former home of Emmeline Pankhurst and birthplace of the Suffragette Movement in Manchester. BTP are
Heron House recently opened its doors to lucky residents in Rawtenstall. Designed by BTP, the house provides 16 state of the art affordable rented apartments for the over 55s. As award-winning