Summer hiring spree sees Woods Hardwick expansion plans take shape
Woods Hardwick have appointed 10 new staff members over an eight week period this summer as part of its expansion plans across their Bedford, Birmingham and London offices.The additional new staff now takes Woods Hardwick to an 82-strong workforce – a 14% growth in the team for the multidiscipline practice that specialises in architecture, engineering, planning and surveying.
A single planning framework for the Ox-Cam Arc – what does this mean for Bedford?
The Government has announced plans to transform the Oxford-Cambridge Arc into the UK’s fastest growing economic region. With a plan to transform the Arc into a world-class place to live and
Attend our webinar: West Midlands 2025 – where is the region heading?
Join Woods Hardwick and ECF for a webinar about the West Midlands, future growth and development plans, and what the region could look like by 2025. 9am - 10.30am on Thursday 21
Construction roundtable with Mayor of the West Midlands, Andy Street
Our Birmingham Planning Director, Paul Woods, joined a Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce Virtual Roundtable discussion this morning with the West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street, to discuss construction in the
Woods Hardwick in Birmingham
This week we chaired a session at the annual Built Environment Networking’s annual Midlands Development Conference. While this year was a little different being virtual, it was a brilliant event, bringing
Bedford – investing in the future of our town
In September 2019, Bedford was named as one of 101 towns that was able to bid for up to £25million from Central Government for a Town Deal. To access this
BIG news for Woods Hardwick and the Midlands
The Woods Hardwick Birmingham team has moved! Still located in the iconic Fort Dunlop building, the team has taken high profile office space on the ground floor of the former
Masterplanning Great Barford’s Roxton Road redevelopment
A former scrapyard with Outline Planning Permission for residential use was brought to Woods Hardwick with a rather compromised Masterplan. The client, JC Gill Developments, asked our Architecture team to
Recovery planning and spatial frameworks in the Ox-Cam Arc
Yesterday our Planning Directors, Russell Gray and Richard Murdock, attended the Built Environment Networking webinar on the Oxford-Cambridge Arc. Originally planned as a one day event, the BEN team have
Surveying spotlight: Boundaries and HM Land Registry
During lockdown our Surveying team is still able to carry out surveys - the nature of the job can be quite self-isolating in any case! Sometimes we’re in the middle