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Black Clawson, Newport


Lawray embarked on this project alongside Redrow Homes following the Council’s approval to allow for the regeneration of the existing Black Clawson site, the proposed site being part of an overall £200m masterplan to provide new housing and facilities to the local populace.

The Brief

Forming a major part of the City of Newport’s regeneration programme, this £9 million development on the former Black Clawson waterfront site, comprises of two, three, and four bedroom units in detached, terraced, and apartment configurations. Lawray’s technical language was key to securing this appointment ensuring the resources to produce information in a timely manner for Redrows to act upon.

Our Solution

Working again with Redrow Homes, Lawray’s residential team were now in tune with Redrow’s technical delivery expectations and ensured the works were completed to a high standard within a budget that provided the required return on investment. Our team worked closely with the construction team attending various workshops and maintaining a positive stream of communication. We delivered Building Regs/Production drawings, in accordance with the demanding programme, and deadlines that allowed Redrow Homes to procure relevant tender packages and continue their investment across further phases of development.

I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to comment on the contribution made by Lawray Architects to the recently completed Combined Services Centre in Llandrindod Wells. As lead consultants on a project with three separate stakeholders, their role was always going to be challenging. I was however, very impressed by the professional manner in which they succeeded not only in delivering a quality final product, but also in balancing with skill and patience the competing demands of their three ‘clients ’throughout both the planning and construction phases of the project. From a Dyfed Powys Police perspective, we were very satisfied with the design solutions offered and the ensuing facilities have received complimentary comments from the occupants

Perry Simpson. Capital Projects Manager

Dyfed Powys Police