The project will deliver a new building housing exhibition space, learning facilities and visitor welcome, and will also convert an Old Deanery building into a café and community space.
Polka Theatre was the first UK’s stand-alone children’s theatre venue. The redevelopment project will transform Polka Theatre, creating new spaces, remodelled foyer, new outdoor play area and garden space.
The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is a rare coastal landscape of outstanding geological, biological, cultural and heritage value. The project will greatly improve visitor facilities and experience.
The Royal Academy of Dance is proposing to relocate its headquarters to the ground floor or a new purpose-built residential development, due for completion in 2020.
This NLHF project has seen the construction of a new Welcome Centre which will become an exciting activity hub for the Cathedral, and the renovation of the Chapter House.
Charleston house is a remote Sussex Farmhouse that in 1916 became the home of artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant and the country retreat of the pioneering Bloomsbury group.
East London Dance and Urban Development are working together on this project with the aim to create the UK’s first national talent house for urban culture.
Restoration work of the 150 year old church building, located in Reading.
The project provided a high profile new build extension and internal refurbishment of the Grade II listed gallery in Manchester.
St George's Concert Hall in Bradford is the oldest purpose-built concert hall in Britain and the third oldest in Europe. The project will restore and improve the existing theatre, and is funded by both the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council.
The project is to create a Transport Heritage and Resource Centre in an Edwardian tram depot.
The project is to create a new build heritage hub at Silverstone, including archive, a temporary gallery and site wide heritage trail.
This project involved the renovation and restoration of a Grade II listed building, and includes a new extension providing more space and facilities.
The KACWC is a $450 Million project which includes 3 major exhibition / gallery spaces, library, conference centre, restaurants and commercial / retail development.
The project converted the Studio into an outstanding, 100-seat, producing theatre with rehearsal and workshop facilities, creating a space which houses the creative meeting of cultures. The project was funded by Arts Council England.
Renovation and development of an existing derelict building to provide 3 new auditorium and rehearsal spaces, cafe, visitor facilities and reception area. The project was funded by Arts Council England.
Restoration of a Scheduled Ancient Monument, including structural stabilisation to the Abbey Church and the complete renovation and refurbishment of listed derelict buildings into a new Visitor Centre.
Arundel Museum located in West Sussex comprising of a single storey, low energy and low maintenance building of contemporary design. The project was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
A National Lottery Heritage Funded project that restored and refurbished the Grade I Listed museum, including a new build three-storey contemporary extension that provided new gallery spaces, education and community facilities.
The Photographers' Gallery is an architecturally stunning art gallery of international importance. The project created 3 new gallery spaces, a vibrant and popular café, book shop and print sales as well as office space.
The restoration of a Scheduled Ancient Monument including new visitor access and full reinterpretation and display of the site.
A prestigious and award-winning new build art gallery, located in Margate (Kent) which opened in 2011. The project was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Arts Council England, South East England Development Agency, and Kent County Council.
A new build 3 storey concrete framed building, located in Eastbourne (East Sussex). The new building provided a new gallery, gallery store, conference facilities, archiving space, retail and catering facilities.
The restoration and refurbishment of a Grade I listed modernist building. The project created new gallery spaces, restaurants, bars and offices and a performance/ learning space.
Didcots Art Centre is located in Oxfordshire. The project created a and a separate purpose-built art centre new build 5 screen multiplex cinema.
Restoration and refurbishment of a 300 seat auditorium / theatre, Children’s theatre and community rehearsal space.
The restoration and refurbishment of the Grade I listed museum building including the upgrade and fitting out of 13 new gallery spaces and IT facilities together with the creation of a new standalone external Education pavilion.
Restoration and refurbishment of the Grade I Listed Dome Building located in Brighton.
The Dome is located within the Brighton Royal Pavilion Estate.