Our project to retrofit a Victorian power station at the heart of Blackburn to create an activity and employment hub for young people has received Planning Consent. The existing buildings formed one of the earliest electricity generating power stations in the UK. The project reimagines the heritage building as a place for young people to
Our project for a new Youth Zone in Thurrock, Essex has received Planning Consent. The youth centre will provide young people with opportunities to engage in a wide range of activities including a dance space, recording studio, arts and crafts area, a sports hall, fitness suite and climbing wall. It will be open to young people
We are delighted to be working with Ithaca College on a Feasibility Study for the refurbishment of their London Centre in South Kensington. The Grade II* Listed late Victorian building has been the UK home of the College since the 1970’s. Our work will focus on designing for contemporary higher educational needs while also celebrating
Our design for Preston Youth Zone has been granted planning consent. The project will transform a city centre site facing Preston Bus Station – earlier refurbished by our practice and opened to the public in 2018. The Youth Zone, which has been designed to be a recognisable landmark for young people, relates architecturally to its
Our project for Horizon Youth Zone in Grimsby is now under construction. The project revives a series of Grade II Listed granary warehouses – later converted to a maltings – along the River Freshney. With the addition of new-build structures, the design will provide a centre for the young people of the area – introducing facilities
We are delighted to have been appointed to the Mayor of London’s Architecture + Urbanism (A+U) Framework as specialist designers of transport infrastructure. The Mayor has awarded the new framework to diverse built environment consultants to support his mission to create a better, greener and more sustainable London for everyone. The appointment builds on our
Public consultation is underway for our Thurrock Youth Zone project, a new centre for young people in Tilbury, Essex. A virtual consultation is being held from 16th to 27th January at www.onsideyouthzones.org/Thurrock-Planning and in person events will take place on the 18th and 25th January at St John’s Church Hall, Dock Road, Tilbury. Designed for
We are very pleased to be working with St Andrew’s Church at the centre of Hove to reimagine their Grade II* Listed building for the needs of 21st century worship and community use. The project builds on our work with the nearby St Leonard’s Church which is now under construction.
We’re excited to start a new project in the historic centre of St Albans, reimagining a Grade II Listed building for 21st century living. Facing the museum, the existing Council Chambers will be reconfigured to create new homes that draw on the building’s historic architecture.
Our refurbishment of the Grade-II Listed St Leonard’s Church in Hove is now under construction. St Leonard’s is a dynamic church with strong involvement in its local community. We have been asked to reimagine the building to support a growing congregation and facilitate a wide range of activities. Working with specialist contractor DBR, our refurbishment
Our refurbishment of Preston Bus Station has been featured in the latest volume of Knoll Works, produced by internationally renowned furniture company Knoll. The publication follows the award of the 2021 World Monuments Fund / Knoll Modernism prize to John Puttick Associates for our work on the project. The article focuses on how and why
John Puttick Associates are excited to announce the launch of our new website. Reflecting our growing portfolio of projects across the UK, the website highlights our expertise in six key areas: community, heritage, public, transport, workplace and youth. Designed by TM, the website features new films of several of our completed projects by Photography by