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SimpsonHaugh Architects News
9 Mar 2018
Planning Permission for Great Northern Warehouse, Square and Deansgate Terraces, Manchester, UK
Architects: SimpsonHaugh ; Masterplan: aLL Design
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Great Northern Warehouse and Square Project
Trilogy Real Estate and Peterson Group win planning consent for the transformation of Manchester’s Great Northern Square, Great Northern Warehouse and Deansgate Terraces.
19 Jan 2018
Number One Spinningfields Building, Manchester, North West England, UK
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Number One Spinningfields Manchester
SimpsonHaugh has completed No.1 Spinningfields, a £73million development that marks the culmination of Spinningfields, a thriving office-led, mixed-use district on the western edge of Manchester’s city centre.
19 Jan 2018
Two St Peters Square, Manchester, North West England, UK
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Two St Peter’s Square Building
SimpsonHaugh has completed Two St Peter’s Square, a landmark commercial office development at the heart of Manchester’s newlyregenerated Civic Quarter, which delivers 200,000ft2 of high quality, speculative office space.
11 Dec 2017
Dollar Bay, London, England
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Dollar Bay Building
SimpsonHaugh has completed a new 31 storey residential tower in London Docklands, commissioned by a joint venture between developer Mount Anvil and Citystyle (part of One Housing).
9 Aug 2017
Great Northern Warehouse, Square and Deansgate Terraces, Manchester, UK
Architect: SimpsonHaugh ; Masterplan: aLL Design
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Great Northern Warehouse, Square and Deansgate Terraces
Public exhibition held at Great Northern Warehouse to showcase plans to create a new urban quarter.
25 Oct 2016
SimpsonHaugh and Partners – Buildings
St John’s Place tower at former Granada Studios
Simpson Haugh & Partners’ proposals for the redevelopment of a key part of Manchester’s St John’s regeneration area have been given the go-ahead by councillors, reports Building Design.
A 52-storey tower housing 287 apartments above a 15-storey hotel is the centrepiece for the scheme, which covers the former Granada Studios site where soap opera Coronation Street was filmed until production moved to ITV’s new MediaCityUK studios.
17 Aug 2016
Leeds Hotel Building Conversion
Simpson Haugh & Partners has won planning to convert a 1960s office building in the centre of Leeds into a hotel, reports Building Design today.
The 182-bed development is the first phase of a proposed mixed-use community on Bridge Street planned by a Singapore-led consortium.
The wider project aims to extend the city centre beyond the inner ring road by creating a new urban destination on a 1ha site formerly occupied by British Gas.
The scheme refurbishes a podium and 12-storey tower which will be re-clad in a terracotta and aluminium.
12 May 2016
New Engineering Innovation Centre at University of Central Lancashire
Design: SimpsonHaugh and Partners in collaboration with Reiach and Hall Architects
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University of Central Lancashire Engineering Innovation Centre
Manchester based SimpsonHaugh and Partners will lead on the design of the £30 m plus Engineering Innovation Centre (EIC) in collaboration with Reiach and Hall Architects. BDP, which also has an office in Manchester and was founded in Preston, has been appointed to provide the engineering expertise for the project.
12 Apr 2016
Skyscrapers on Great Jackson Street, Manchester, England
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Skyscrapers on Great Jackson Street
Plans submitted for what could become Manchester’s tallest building. The planning application by CQ Investments was being co-ordinated by Deloitte Real Estate.
3 Feb 2015
SimpsonHaugh and Partners announce new LLP partners
Ian Simpson Architects has officially changed its name to SimpsonHaugh and Partners LLP.
The name change publicly acknowledges the unique and significant contribution that co-founding Partner, Rachel Haugh, has made to the successful growth of the practice. It also reflects the new structure of the practice as an LLP, and the wider ownership of the practice by its senior leadership team, vital in strengthening the next phase of the practice’s evolution.
Over the last 27 years, SimpsonHaugh and Partners has enjoyed considerable success, contributing to city-wide regeneration and developing an impressive portfolio of built projects.
Rachel Haugh said:
“We are delighted to be able to formally welcome our new Partners, each of whom has already made a valuable contribution and will continue to add depth and strength to what we can offer as a practice.”
“We would also like to take this milestone opportunity in the development of the practice, to thank all our clients and consultants who have supported the practice over the years. We look forward to developing our working relationships over the coming years and what we hope will be exciting times ahead.”
The practice, recently awarded BD’s Office Architect of the Year, is set to consolidate its success, expanding both creatively and commercially with landmark buildings both nationally and internationally.
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SimpsonHaugh and Partners Architects – Background
Design office formerly titled ‘Ian Simpson Architects’ based at Riverside, 4 Commercial St, Manchester, England, UK
Ian Simpson Projects
Ian Simpson Architects Buildings
Jumeirah Glasgow Hotel
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Ian Simpson Architects were finalists in the World Trade Centre architecture competition: Freedom Tower New York
Beetham Tower, London, UK
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Number One Blackfriars Road
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