Waterman offer a comprehensive range of services for urban regeneration projects and take great responsibility for fulfilling not only our client’s requirements, but that of the wider community.

Services include initial environmental planning advice, conceptual and detailed designs, final project delivery and completion. We can cover all engineering aspects of major urban regeneration projects and are extremely proud to work on infrastructures which are so important to urban communities.

Expertise for every industry
We have experience in commercial, leisure, retail and mixed-use residential development schemes and within the team have a comprehensive mix of experts who can provide professional support and advice to clients in each specific area.

We’re also knowledgeable on strategic planning, flood risk advice, infrastructure design and transportation issues and can deliver innovative solutions for all of these considerations.

An integrated approach
Waterman’s aim is to take schemes from approval to delivery as quickly as possible, in order to minimise disruption. Part of this goal is to make sure to mobilise the design teams at the earliest possible stage of each project we are involved in. This allows us to highlight design and construction issues early and find appropriate solutions before running into major problems. This integrated approach enables us to quickly achieve planning consent so that projects can get underway and be completed smoothly and with minimum delays.

Eco-friendly solutions
We’re proud to take the lead when it comes to the environment; we are specialists in delivering sustainable, eco-friendly solutions and do so in all urban regeneration projects that we undertake. With extensive understanding of issues such as transportation planning, land engineering and hydrology we can find cutting-edge solutions, produce plans that achieve approval and make our client’s vision come to life.

The experts in the Waterman team are truly passionate about the urban and environmental projects they work on and as a result they are driven to produce the most innovative and beneficial engineering solutions. With each urban regeneration project our company takes on, we aim to maximise the potential of the site for both the client and for the wider community.

Related Projects

  • Elephant & Castle

    Waterman worked with Lend Lease to put forward planning applications to develop three areas of the £1.5bn Elephant and Castle regeneration project.

  • Liverpool One

    A 48 month development plan for this £1bn project has regenerated 42 acres of Liverpool City Centre.

  • Bullring

    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.

  • Cabot Circus

    We’re proud to have worked on innovative and inspiring solutions to preserve this historical site within a modern retail project in Bristol.

  • Westfield London

    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.

  • Friars Walk

    Newport has been undergoing major regeneration led by the city’s 2020 Vision.

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