George House Trust gala evening

12 November 2018

Randall Thorp enjoyed a spectacular evening of entertainment hosting a table for some of our clients, colleagues and friends in aid of the North West's leading charity assisting those affected by HIV.

Beaulieu wins national planning award

28 July 2018

The Planning Awards 2018 were announced in June and we’re very happy to say that our client Countryside Properties won the award for ‘Infrastructure planning’. As masterplanners and landscape architects for Phase one of the Beaulieu project we are extremely proud to have been involved as a Lead Designer for the strategic infrastructure, helping our client to realise their vision for a landscape led scheme. We are naturally delighted to see that Beaulieu is receiving the accolades it deserves.

Sponsoring the arts

28 May 2018

Randall Thorp is delighted to be a main sponsor for the new play #BeMoreMartyn that celebrates the life of Martyn Hett who was tragically murdered in the Manchester Arena bombing.

Land off Giantswood Lane gains planning approval

25 October 2017

On the 25th October 2017 the Strategic Planning Board for Cheshire East Council approved an outline planning application for up to 500 dwellings, a primary school site and local shop on land between Manchester Road and Giantswood Lane, Congleton. Randall Thorp provided masterplanning and LVIA services as part of a multi-disciplinary team for this successful planning application.

Ingol Forest Park gains planning approval

11 August 2017

A hybrid planning application for 450 homes, a forest parkland and a training facility for Preston North End Football Club was granted planning approval on the 11th August 2017. Randall Thorp provided masterplanning and LVIA services as part of a multi-disciplinary team of planners, engineers and architects.

Cambourne West gains outline approval

11 January 2017

Randall Thorp’s knowledge and expertise in masterplanning large scale new settlements has led to the approval of this 2,350 home extension to Cambourne. The application was approved by South Cambridgeshire District Council on the 11th January 2017. The approval was "based on the argument that delivering the larger site would result in a more comprehensive and sustainable form of development."

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