ESHA Architects LLP

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ESHA Architects was established by three architect partners with a wide range of experience in masterplanning, urban design, housing, health, further education and offices. Key projects include the urban village at Poundbury for The Prince of Wales, chemistry laboratories for The University of Bristol, hospitals at Bishop Auckland and Wishaw, remodelling of the historic barracks at HMS Drake, Plymouth and student accommodation for the Combined Universities in Cornwall.

Since its formation, ESHA’s work has included a wide range of projects, particularly a 223 dwelling village extension to the village of Rhostyllen for The National Trust and a masterplan for a 900 dwelling extension to Wellington (Somerset), both of which have received planning consent.

Completed projects include four care homes and a research centre for The Epilepsy Society, a development including a rugby club and 50 dwellings in Whitchurch, Cardiff, the conversion of a listed Bristol brewery into offices and the Bishopston Community Health Centre and Library.

Current projects include a mixed-use development of 92 apartments, 1,700 m2 of office/workshop/restaurant space in a riverside location in central Bristol, a neighbourhood development plan for the Old Market Quarter also in Bristol and 32 houses in Broughton, Hampshire.