Stride Treglown Wins Prestigious National Award

Uncategorized Posted by Carrie Pooler on 7 July 2016 Return to News & Events

We are delighted to announce that Stride Treglown, based in Clifton Village, have won the prestigious  Planning and Placemaking national ‘Town Planning Consultancy of the Year’ Award for 2016.

Shortlisted against strong national competition, the judges recognised and gave praise to their  “close team striving for innovative solutions to original planning projects”.

Projects highlighted as particularly successful included the c£400m redevelopment of Swansea’s Docks, the consent secured for the expansion of Royal Holloway, University of London, and the £160m Hampshire Critical Treatment Hospital, all of which can be viewed in more detail on Stride Treglown’s website – http://stridetreglown.com

The fact that the team set out a 10 year objective in 2006 to become recognised as a practice of national standing makes the award both timely and personal to those who have made valuable contributions through the years.

Graham Stephens MRTPI, Director for Town Planning, Masterplanning and Urban Design says, “We would like to say thank you to all of our clients and share this award with those who trust us to work alongside them. Without them, and the challenges their projects pose, we wouldn’t be the recipient of this tremendous award.”

The Project Showcase include;

  • University of Wales, Trinity Saint David – The concept of a City University Waterfront Innovation Quarter to set Swansea apart from any other city in Wales.
  • Royal Holloway, University of London – A 20 year masterplan, securing the principle of development within the Green Belt, and within the grounds of the Grade 1 Listed Founder’s Building; generally regarded as the finest Victorian educational building in the Country
  • Hampshire Critical Treatment Hospital – A hybrid planning application and Environmental Impact Assessment, Stride Treglown assisted the Trust in coordinating the planning submission and devising and implementing a public consultation and stakeholder engagement strategy.
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