Waterman coordinated the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process for the development of the St James Quarter in Edinburgh.
Waterman worked with Lend Lease to put forward planning applications to develop three areas of the £3 billion Elephant & Castle regeneration project.
A 48 month development plan for this £1bn project has regenerated 42 acres of Liverpool City Centre.
The Bullring redevelopment site is located at the heart of Birmingham city centre and when constructed was the largest city centre retail regeneration project in Europe.
We carried out multi-disciplinary engineering feasibility analysis for three urban regeneration sites in Minsk City Centre, Belarus, as part of a business case study for foreign investors.
Clongriffin Town Centre is currently undergoing a major development including new residential units, office and retail space, further to leisure, healthcare, school and public transport facilities.
The Ballymun Regeneration project was Dublin City Council’s flagship urban regeneration project, designed to replace a run down 1960’s social housing project.
This high profile residential scheme in Dublin presents a mix of new-build townhouses, apartments and conversions of historic army barracks buildings, which gives the development a distinctive and unique identity.
Our team co-ordinated an environmental impact assessment for this important project, which surrounds the planned new site for the US Embassy in London.
We’re proud to have worked on innovative and inspiring solutions to preserve this historical site within a modern retail project in Bristol.
After 20 years in the making, Europe’s most eagerly awaited retail development opened its doors in October 2008, welcoming over 2 million visitors in the first 3 weeks alone.
Newport has been undergoing major regeneration led by the city’s 2020 Vision.
Leeds has undergone many exciting regeneration projects in recent times, not least of which is Victoria Gate, part of the historic Victoria Quarter in the city centre.
Lots Road is a major mixed-use redevelopment of a former power station situated either side of Chelsea Creek on the north bank of the River Thames in Chelsea.
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