We were appointed by Hightown Housing Association to develop a proposal for a block of housing that would involve the demolition of a five-storey, commercial/office building and the erection of a four-storey block of 128 affordable, one and two bedroom apartments, with landscaping and associated basement car parking.
We were appointed by Bellway Homes to develop a Reserved Matters Application for 180 dwellings at Foxhill, north of Northampton Road, Brackley.
We were appointed by Barratt David Wilson Homes to develop Reserved Matter Applications for five different parcels within Willow Grove (Village 2) of the Wixams settlement near Bedford; representing a total number of 887 dwellings, ranging from 1 bedroom flats to 5 bedroom, detached properties in both market and affordable tenures.
We were appointed by Bellway to develop reserved matter applications for the development of various parcels of Phase 1 and 2 at Kingsmere in Bicester for a total of 453 dwellings.
We were appointed by Cala Homes to develop Reserved Matters Applications for the development of 68 dwellings, a new “Village Green” extending to approximately 3 hectares, new roads, footways and a community car park.
Top Safety Accreditation for McBains
McBains has been awarded accreditation from Alcumus SafeContractor for achieving excellence in health and safety in the workplace
McBains partners with CleanConscience
McBains partners with charity specialising in reclamation and redistribution of redundant or surplus assets to save 348 tonnes of CO2e and 78 tonnes of waste from two hotel refurbishment projects.
How Retail Parks Can Rise From The Ashes
McBains has placed an opinion article on the Retail 365 website - a sector-specific news portal with an estimated 8,000 monthly visitors.
Property Week publishes investment analysis report by McBains
McBains has placed an article in Property Week analysing the commercial property market in London. The report analyses commercial property transactions over £100 million in the capital in the 12 months to June 2020.
McBains places opinion article in City AM looking at the construction industry skills shortage
City AM has published an editorial piece by McBains looking at the skills shortage affecting the construction industry and its potential impact on the Government's plans for an 'infrastructure revolution'.