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24th June 2019

Bailey Hill Archaeological Evaluation

The first phase of work is now underway at Bailey Hill in Mold. Bailey Hill is the site of a Norman Castle and is designated as a Scheduled Monument, therefore an archaeological evaluation is required prior to the main contract works commencing. The archaeological evaluation will take place alongside site investigation works, to better establish..

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25th March 2019

Planning Permission Approved for West Norwood Cemetery Visitor Centre

Planning permission for a new visitor centre at West Norwood Cemetery has been granted. Harrison Design Development, as Lead Consultant, have been working closely with architects Donald Insall Associates and Lambeth Council to prepare the planning applications. The existing cemetery lodge building will be remodelled and extended to create the new visitor centre. The visitor..

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1st March 2019

Broughton Green Infrastructure

Harrison Design Development (HDD) are pleased to announce that we have been appointed to prepare designs for a new Green Infrastructure space near Broughton Retail Park. Natural Resources Wales have highlighted the area as currently underutilised Green Space and aim to enhance the area as a recreational resource for visitors to the shopping centre, whilst..

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13th February 2019

Harrison Design Development appointed as lead consultant for Bailey Hill

Harrison Design Development (HDD) are pleased to announce that we have been appointed as lead consultants for the transformational redevelopment of the historic Bailey Hill site in Mold. As Lead consultants, HDD will carry out the detailed design work, environmental studies, and oversee the construction work for this important site, which is a Scheduled Ancient..

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18th January 2019

HLF Grant Success for West Norwood Cemetery

We are delighted to announce that Lambeth Council have secured a £4.6m Heritage Lottery Grant for West Norwood Cemetery. HDD, as Lead Consultant, have been working closely with Lambeth Council over the last 2 years to prepare the HLF Round 2 application.

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1st January 2019

HDD Achieve Constructionline Silver Membership

We are pleased to announce that HDD have achieved accreditation from Constructionline and are now a Level 2 – Silver members.

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27th December 2018

West Norwood Cemetery Planning Consent received

HDD have secured 4 separate Planning and Listed building consents for West Norwood Cemetery.

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30th November 2018

New Staff Member

We recently recruited Neil as our full-time Technical Assistant.

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10th October 2018

Area Z Camberwell Old Cemetery

The re-modelling of ground is ongoing at Area Z. These Phase 2 Works include clearance and remediation of poor quality soils and unsuitable materials which are the result of past unauthorised waste disposal.

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28th September 2018

HLF Application submitted!

For the last 18 months we have been working really hard alongside Lambeth Council to undertake survey work, prepare designs, submit planning applications and listed building consents for £4 million of conservation and restoration works for West Norwood Cemetery. We have been supported by the dedicated Friends of West Norwood Cemetery and the Scheme of Management throughout.

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15th July 2018

£3.8 m HLF Funding Approved for Sheffield General Cemetery

We are delighted to announce that Sheffield City Council have secured a £3.8 million Heritage Lottery Grant for Sheffield’s General Cemetery. HDD have been working with Sheffield City Council for the last 12 months as Lead Designer to develop the funding bid. The funding will enable much needed conservation and restoration works to the important Grade II* Registered Landscape

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9th July 2018

Wrexham Cemetery Conservation works officially unveiled

After over 5 years of hard work an extensive scheme of restoration and conservation works at Wrexham Cemetery have been officially unveiled by the mayor of Wrexham . The 1.2 million HLF funded project has included extensive works to both the Registered Landscape, memorials and the twin chapels and cemetery lodge which have been brought back into use after many years of dereliction

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