Marshall Mills, Holbeck, Leeds

Outline Planning submission has been made for a mixed use masterplan at Marshall Mills, Holbeck Leeds for Igloo prepared by Urbed with Bauman Lyons Architects, Martin Stockley Associates and King Sturge.

People Making Places

Irena Bauman will be facilitating the summer school for People Making Places at the Orangery, Wakefield from 16th to 18th July 2004. Other facilitators include amongst others Will Alsop.

Link: People Making Places

Southey and Shirecliffe, Sheffield

BLA are pleased to have been appointed to work with Southey and Shirecliffe communities in Sheffield on developing community hub buildings. The schemes form part of Southey Owelrton Neighborhood Strategy, a community led programme of regeneration. BLA were selected through a competitive interview by the members of the community after securing a place on a panel of six architectural practices chosen from 56 national wide firms. 

Southlands Avenue, Leeds

The extension to Southlands Avenue has been completed. The client can look forward to lazy summer days on the external decking and watching the views across the valley of the setting sun. The windows frame a variety of views, detailing is simple and materials robust to reflect the limited budget and a long rooflight brings daylight into the new double height space.

SureStart, Little London

BLA are pleased to be appointed to develop a SureStart facility in Little London, Leeds. The scheme is one of a number of catalyst projects in a long term strategy to regenerate the Little London area.

Digital and Creative Technologies Centre, York

BLA were successful in winning the feasibility study for the establishment of a Digital and Creative Technologies Centre in Hungate, York. The team of consultants is lead by Huddersfield Media Centre with Cultureworks, ESD and Trends Business Research. The centre is to be situated as part of a major mixed-use scheme at Hungate, a 5 ha Brownfield site adjacent to the heart of York city centre. The feasibility study is commissioned from Science City York, Hungate site Developer consortium and Creation (a network of convergent media businesses.), with funding secured from the Yorkshire Forward. The study is expected to be completed by the end of July 2004. 

Dearne Community Centre

An Options Appraisal has been submited to the Arts Council of England for the refurbishment of a lovely and loved Dearne community theatre in Goldthorpe, South Yorkshire. The design team have identified a requirement for development funding of around 1.5 million pounds. The funding decision is likely to be known in June. If successful the project is expected to proceed in June 2004.

Conference

Irena Bauman has agreed to be a guest speaker at the RICS North East Regeneration Conference. She will speak at the conference dinner on Thursday 13 May 2004. The conference is an international conference to promote innovative successful initiatives and new policies in regeneration. Expert speakers will highlight leading edge issues that will have a major influence on the way regeneration is organised and delivered over the next three years. An essential event for policy makers, professionals and practitioners interested in regeneration, community leaders, and those interested in improving the prospects of communities. Also developers and financial organisations involved in regeneration and development, and all those who will gain from the exchange of views and experience from those who attend the conference. Register for your place NOW! E-mail George Jameson – gjameson@rics.org.uk  

Link to RICS North East Website

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Some four years after completing the refurbishment of barns into gallery and creative industry units for Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and following Tony Fretton Architects recent fit out a 2004 Civic Trust Mention has been awarded. 

Link to Civic Trust Website

York Housing Association

Bauman Lyons have been appointed by York Housing Association for feasibility work to reprovide hostel accommodation with a construction value of £2,500,000 funded by the ODPM.