Consent gained for final phase at Halton Lea
We have gained planning consent to start work on the final phase of the mixed use scheme at...
Godalming wins LABC Best Sustainable Project
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Oakland Village, Swadlincote is awarded Stirling University Gold Award
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Planning granted for Cheadle Hulme High School
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ISO 14001 six month assessment passed
We are delighted to announce that we have just passed our six month assessment for our environment...
Residents move into new £4.6m Rugby care home
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Pozzoni boost technologist teams
Responding to a continued growth in business we have employed a number of new personnel to ensure...
Planning granted for James Street, Northwich
Planning has been granted for the sheltered housing development on James Street in Northwich.Owned...
Great Homer Street planning obtained
Pozzoni has obtained planning consent for the first phase of a £150m regeneration scheme at...
Planning granted for disused Corporation Road site development
Planning has been granted for the residential redevelopment of a disused site on Corporation Road...
Pozzoni Architects open London Studio
20 November 2009
We have opened a London studio in a move that commits the business to becoming one of the largest independent practices in the UK. The business, led by senior partner David Hughes, has taken studio space in the heart of Clerkenwell to service its increasing client portfolio in the south and to position the practice for future expansion.
Pozzoni’s 60-strong team which has operated from its office in Altrincham since 1983, has steadily increased its UK-wide client base and project portfolio for several years. It has undertaken high value projects including the Atlantic Hotel in Chelmsford, the refurbishment of six leisure centres in Wandsworth and the refurbishment of the Central YMCA club on Tottenham Court Rd in London.
Announcing the expansion, David Hughes commented: “Opening a London office was part of Pozzoni’s business plan and this strategy has driven the practice over the past three years. Whilst the market has taken a severe knock during this period, we have tirelessly been researching opportunities and delivering projects UK-wide to build a solid client base that will help the practice to develop in the future.
“Our experience and knowledge across a variety of sectors has really helped the practice to maintain its strength and its market expertise. This expansion confirms that we have managed our fiscal responsibilities tightly over the last year to enable us to continue supporting the needs of our clients in their future growth also.”
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