Sheffield City Council development plan, Rider Levett Bucknall, Delivery Partner Architects, Buildings
Sheffield City Council development plans news
11 August 2021
Design: various architects
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, northern England, UK
Sheffield City Council appoints new delivery partner to support ambitious development plans
August 2021 – Sheffield-based construction, property and management consultancy Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB UK) has been appointed by Sheffield City Council to its new Delivery Partner framework for 2021-2025.
Sheffield Delivery Partner framework for 2021-2025
The framework, going live from mid-July, consists of a single source delivery model delivered by RLB UK supported by supply chain partners Arup, HLM Architects, Whittam Cox Architects and other consultants across the region. Put in place to support Sheffield City Council’s Capital Delivery Service, the framework will help manage the Council’s growing pipeline of projects. This forms part of the city-wide investment programmes designed to create a stronger, greener, fairer Sheffield for all.
Councillor Terry Fox, Leader of Sheffield City Council said: “Sheffield City Council has ambitious build plans in place to continue to regenerate our city. In appointing our new single source delivery partner to support us, it was vital we found teams that are not only global experts and innovators but also have a real passion for Sheffield. RLB UK supported by Arup, HLM Architects and Whittam Cox Architects are bringing exactly those values to the framework and we are really looking forward to working with them.”
Matt Summerhill, Delivery Framework Manager and Managing Partner for RLB UK Yorkshire and Humber said: “At RLB we are incredibly proud to have been appointed by Sheffield City Council to support them on the next phase of their regeneration of the city. Having had an office in the city for over 50 years, we understand the importance of being a positive influence on our local communities. The opportunity to support a city that our staff live and work in, is a huge privilege”
Delia Harmston, Sheffield Studio Director for HLM Architects, said: “We are incredibly proud to be working in partnership with Sheffield City Council, RLB and the team on the next phase of regenerating Sheffield. Our staff live and breathe this city, their children go to the schools, we go to the theatres, we use the sports and music venues. As designers we relish working in the city and making a difference on our doorstep.”
Derek Roberts, Arup Sheffield Office Leader, said: “We are really pleased to have been selected as part of the successful delivery partnership alongside RLB, HLM Architects and Whittam Cox Architects. We look forward to building on our long-term relationship with Sheffield City Council during this exciting time, as we push forward delivering the 2030 Pathways to Zero Carbon plan we developed jointly with the Council.”
Nick Riley, Board Director, Whittam Cox Architects, said: “Environment and Social Governance (ESG) is positively influencing so much now in terms of change, actions, and decisions. This successful framework appointment with Sheffield City Council is hugely significant for us and aligns exceptionally well with all ESG principles. Building on our extensive work in Sheffield over recent years, we feel privileged and delighted to be collaborating locally with RLB, HLM Architects, Arup and other partners; all of which we know well. We are committed to delivering a tangible and positive impact; both in our work and wider contributions to Sheffield.”
The framework runs from July 2021 to June 2025 and covers every service within the build life cycle from principal design through to project management, sustainability services and civil engineering, with a focus on supporting Sheffield City Council’s journey to Net Carbon Zero. The first projects to go live include supporting on the successful Towns Fund investment for Stocksbridge; supporting the development of the Sustainable Transport plan for the city and enhancements to residential tower blocks and the Town Hall.
About HLM Architects
Thoughtful design and the desire to make spaces and places that improve lives sits at the heart of every discipline within HLM Architects, these include Architecture, Interior Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Environmental Sustainability and Masterplanning.
Creating places of education that inspire, healthcare environments that nurture, homes that are part of thriving communities, and infrastructure that is sustainable in its widest sense: environmentally, economically, and socially.
HLM Architects are passionate about retaining a strong Regional presence across their 5 studios located in London, Sheffield, Glasgow, Belfast and Cardiff but pride themselves on their ability to work internationally.
HLM Architects adopt a sector led approach, meaning clients benefit from working with teams who have specific knowledge, insight and experience in the required sector, these include Education, Healthcare, Living & Communities, Defence, Hospitality Leisure & Culture, Asset & Workplace and Justice & Emergency Services.
If you’d like to find out more about HLM Architects, please follow us on social media, we’re on Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram: @HLMarchitects.
About Rider Levett Bucknall
Rider Levett Bucknall is an independent construction, property and management consultancy, providing advice focused on the cost, quality and sustainability of the built environment. Worldwide the firm has over 3,600 staff operating from more than 120 offices. Its international reach ensures that it provides services in line with the latest innovations and examples of best practice, supporting expertise in a range of sectors including commercial, education, sport, infrastructure, retail, and residential.
Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world’s most prominent projects in the built environment and across industry. Working in more than 140 countries, the firm’s designers, engineers, architects, planners, consultants and technical specialists work with our clients on innovative projects of the highest quality and impact.
About Whittam Cox Architects
Whittam Cox Architects are a design led architectural practice with a 49-year heritage. Their core strength is derived from their people; they employ over 130 committed professionals operating from headquarters in the Sheffield City Region, and studios in Leeds and London. Their design philosophy revolves around contextual architecture which seeks to blend user experience and functionality with building aesthetic. It’s an approach that’s earned them a reputation for award-winning work and positive, lasting partnerships. They work on a wide range of projects for clients across the whole of the UK, including retail, leisure and hospitality, commercial, residential, urban regeneration and master planning. www.whittamcox.com @whittamcoxarch
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Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, UK
Architecture in Sheffield
South Yorkshire Architecture Designs – architectural selection below:
Sheffield Architecture Designs – chronological list
Recent Sheffield Architecture
The Diamond Building at The University of Sheffield
Design: Twelve Architects
photograph : Jack Hobhouse
The Diamond Building at The University of Sheffield
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photo © Daniel Hopkinson
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Brutalist Béton House, Park Hill
Design: Whittam Cox Architects
image courtesy of architects
Béton House Sheffield
Radisson Blu Hotel Sheffield, Heart of the City
Design: HLM Architects
image courtesy of architects
Radisson Blu Hotel Sheffield
Meadowhall Shopping Centre Building
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Sheffield Meadowhall Building
The Moor Market, Cumberland Street
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The Moor Market Sheffield
Sheffield Hallam University Furnival Building
Design: Bond Bryan Architects
Sheffield Hallam University building
Website: Visit Sheffield
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