We kicked off the new year with an exciting milestone in the Mariners Quay Re-Development. After months of concept design and consultations, we have been able to submit our proposal to the council to gain their advice on the proposed re-development.

Details relating to this site have been closely guarded and aren't being made available for the public during this time, but it sure is an exciting project to head to Hampshire. Focused around one main building which will provide space for retail and hospitality sectors, this building has a lot to offer on this coastal site.

Stay posted as this project progresses and we await feedback from the council.

It's been a tedious game of cat and mouse on this application...

We were contacted back in August of 2019, by a private client, with views to extend their modest residential property. The aim was to add a simple two storey extension, which followed the design precedent of their existing house... nothing too fancy!

However, after careful consideration, and 4 months of design development, we submitted planning for this extension in January 2020. Fast forward 9 months... and here we are. After undergoing the most stressful planning consultation, and the poor service given by the LPA we have finally reached a decision.

It was a joyous day when we were able to approach our client and inform them on their success. Unfortunately due to timelines and issues relating to Covid, work on site has had to be postponed until the new year, but we hope to update you as work progresses. Stay tuned.

An exciting start of the week for the team at Goss & Partners. After months of technical appraisal and design development, work has now begun on site at The Old Schoolhouse.

This project has been 2 years in the making, after a rigorous planning procedure saw the client testing the limits to reach their required brief. Once planning was achieved, we then worked closely with the main contractor, Horton Barns Limited, to get the build ready for commencement.

Groundworks have since begun on site, on schedule, and the frame will look to be erected in roughly 3 weeks - and will drastically transform the site. Unfortunately, due to the recent weather, lots of buckets were needed on site this morning... however positive attitudes are still being had by the contractors.

The design saw the collaboration of our design team, with the manufacturing team at Horton Barns, who worked closely with Newbury based Engineers Archibald Shaw. This 2 storey Oak frame structure is supported by a steel PFC inside, which will support the frame in strong winds.

Stay posted for more information as work develops.