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Paradise Mill, Macclesfield

Monday, May 14, 2018

We are delighted to have obtained Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent (LBC) for the conversion of Upper Paradise Mill. The mill, which was built around 1860, was operated by Cartwright & Sheldon silk weavers from 1912 until 1981, at which point Upper Paradise Mill was converted to offices. The building is Grade II Listed and is now being converted into 10 apartments, two per floor. 


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Coxley Grange, Wakefield

Monday, May 14, 2018

Since we gained the Planning Approval last December for this 7,000sqft replacement dwelling for owner / occupier clients, set in green belt near Wakefield, our full Design Team has been working hard on the detail design of this high quality bespoke family home. We are delighted to say that a start on site is anticipated June 2018. We look forward to working with Richard Graham, who is well known for the top quality of his construction and attention to detail. 


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Projects Update - April 2018

Thursday, April 19, 2018

NC Architecture are pleased to confirm their involvement with, amongst others, the following projects: 


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Duke Street Development, Liverpool

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

NC Architecture is delighted to announce the granting of Full Planning Approval by Liverpool City Council, for a Change of Use to convert three vacant commercial buildings, to create 21 self-contained aparthotel units for a large aparthotel operator in Liverpool, with A3 commercial unit at ground floor. 


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London Road Development

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

NC Architecture is delighted to announce the granting of a Full Planning Approval by Cheshire East Council, for a contemporary two storey rear extension to a commercial property within the Alderley Edge Conservation Area. 


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Edgecroft - August Update

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Construction is progressing well on our project at Edgecroft in Alderley Edge. As you can see from the before photo below and the subsequent photos of how it is looking now, after six months, the primary steel frame construction is going up fast! 


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Planning Secured for Greenbank Synagogue!

Thursday, June 22, 2017

NC Architecture are delighted to have secured Planning and Listed Building Consent at Liverpool City Council Planning Committee, on 20th June 2017. 


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Tunnage Square, Liverpool

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tunnage Square is a luxury 5-storey aparthotel development along Duke Street, Liverpool. Soon after Planning Permission was granted, we undertook detailed design, which enabled construction to commence in Summer 2016. The development comprises 2 x retail units at ground and 7 x serviced aparthotel units on upper floors. Duke Street has become a prime area for regeneration in recent years and the addition of this aparthotel on an empty piece of land that was formerly a disused square, demonstrates a viable use of land. On completion, the development will offer desirable accommodation set close to local amenities, including a variety of bars and restaurants. The site lies within the Ropewalks regeneration zone in Liverpool City Centre and is within walking distance to Liverpool One Shopping Centre and Liverpool Maritime Docks. 


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Duke Street, Liverpool

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Our Tunnage Square developer client has retained us for this exciting development to refurbish and convert three existing buildings that are currently vacant and boarded, to crease 21 x self-contained serviced aparthotel units, with A3 commercial units at ground floor. Among the alterations will be roof alterations to form a lightweight zinc-clad extension, which will create a modern contemporary appearance and will complement the existing brick facade. The existing brick facade will be cleaned and repaired / made good where required, to retain its original character. All windows and doors will be re-glazed in double-glazed units within timber or metal frames painted black. 


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Tom's Travelogue - Valencia

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

The City of Arts & Sciences is a complex built within the sunken park which runs through the heart of Valencia, along the former bed of the Turia River. It was designed by infamous Spanish Architect, Santiago Calatrava. The photos were taken by Tom Partridge, on a recent trip to Valencia. 


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