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Craddys have a variety of experience designing award winning mixed use developments and providing providing low cost and innovative solutions. We are able to add quality and value to all projects by use of 3D and parametric analysis and design; resulting in efficient delivery of design and improved co-ordination between design team members and contractors.

We have a thorough understanding of the importance that sustainability and flexibility plays in designing substantial spaces to meet future changes to use and layout.

Brewery Square, Dorchester

Client: Brewery Square Development Company

Value: £5m – £10m

An extensive city centre mixed-use masterplan on a brownfield former industrial brewery site. The development consisted of 146 apartments, 2600m2 retail accommodation in 15 units and 168 underground parking spaces. Craddys were involved in an extensive value engineering exercise early in the project to review frame options in order to minimise construction program and cost.

Junction 3, Bristol

Client: Knightstone Housing Association & Bristol City Council

Value: £5m – £10m

This development comprises a new creative learning resource centre including a library, 60 residential units, retail and commercial spaces including meeting rooms, workspace units, a community centre and crèche. All incorporating sustainable, energy saving materials. Junction 3 won ‘Best Mixed-Use Development’ in the What House Awards, ‘Residential Development of the Year’ in the South West Insider Property Awards, and the ‘Regeneration’ award, which honours exceptional improvements to urban, rural or coastal areas.

Cheswick Village, Bristol

Client: Havard Estates

Value: £5m – £10m

Craddys were responsiable for the deisng of 137 residential units with car parking, landscaping and infrastructure, as well as retail units, a gym, restaurants, bars, cafés and other high street activities. The site also provides a 44-bed retirement apartment/ assisted living unit and a nursery. Cheswick Village was nominated for a Local Authority Building Control award in 2016 which recognises excellent buildings and outstanding companies that go that extra mile.

Gainsborough Square, Bristol

Client: Bristol Community Housing Foundation

Value: £1m – £5m

This community-led project redeveloped an abandoned housing estate to provide 28 much needed affordable homes for social and affordable rent, comprising 12 houses and 16 flats, along with community facilities and business units. This development won a 2015 design award from Bristol Civic Society. It was praised for many reasons including how the building has “enhanced the square as a whole and really started to create a civic space.”

Weston Lane Parade, Southampton

Client: Spectrum Housing

Value: £5m – £10m

The redevelopment of an existing site to provide 70 dwellings comprising of 40 houses, 30 flats, retail units, a community centre and library facility. The development provides a local hub of shops and accommodation providing a great improvement to the local area.

Pitville Campus, University of Gloucester

Client: University of Gloucester

Value: > £10m

This redevelopment provided additional facilities and services to enhance the overall living experience, including the provision of a gym, dining hall, faith room, a new students’ union office and over 1,000 sq m of dedicated office space for university staff. The project also includes the construction of 577 new student rooms in 8 new accommodation blocks, as well as the refurbishment of 214 existing rooms.