Ambitious plans for the next phase of Preston’s Market Quarter are moving forward.
Forest Green Rovers have launched an international competition to design an iconic new football stadium.
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Gloucester Services has recently been commended at the 2016 Civic Trust Awards.
Ambitious owner Andy Holt has hailed a new era at Accrington Stanley after the club put forward plans for a multi-million redevelopment of the Wham Stadium.
An historic Preston printworks is to be given a major facelift following a cash boost from the lottery.
Budding architects of the future are to be given the chance to have a say on creating Preston’s new-look outdoor market.
Listen to FWP's John Bridge talk about the new developments in Preston
The Ribblesdale Cancer Ward at Royal Preston Hospital receives an interior refurbishment of the relatives and day rooms, providing valuable facilities for patients and their families.
Grieving parents open sound-proofed delivery rooms at Royal Preston Hospital in tragic son's memory.
Frank Whittle Partnership would like to wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas and All the best for 2016.
A new cocktail bar for Preston has now opened its doors.
ReView bar on the ground floor of Preston Guild Hall is readying to entertain the city.
Frank Whittle Partnership has been appointed as the lead consultant to take forward the development of the city’s historic markets.
After years spent greeting visitors at Frank Whittle Partnership, Beryl Brown received a great reception of her own at the celebrations to mark her retirement.
Star Wars actor Kenny Baker, from Preston and known around the world for his portrayal as lovable droid R2-D2, was drafted in to judge the elaborate cake structures as he is the most famous ‘Baker’ in Lancashire.
FWP have submitted a planning application for the conversion and extension of The Sands Entertainment Venue in Blackpool to create a new destination hotel within the resort.
The interior design team at Frank Whittle Partnership has successfully overseen the acclaimed refurbishment of one of the Lake District’s best known hotels.
A fantastic new ground for ambitious club FC United.
Another striking new service station on the M5.
Frank Whittle Partnership welcomes John Bridge to their team.
FWP will work with Manchester based architects IBI Taylor Young on the brand new market and event space under the existing historic Victorian market canopy.
Senior quantity surveyor Roger White has retired after more than 46 years’ service with Frank Whittle Partnership.
Frank Whittle Partnership have submitted a vision to create a new state-of-the-art stadium for Scunthorpe United to planners.
Christmas greetings from everyone at FWP.
The Interior Design department have been working on one of Keswick’s grandest hotels.
Walton Hall in Warrington will feature in a new period drama on the BBC.
Frank Whittle Partnership welcomes three new members to the team.
FWP has unveiled its vision to give Preston’s Guild Hall a £1 million-plus 21st-Century makeover.
We are working with the iconic building’s new owner – Lancashire businessman Simon Rigby – to transform the exterior of the entertainment and leisure venue.
FWP led hundreds of walkers across the famous sands of Morecambe Bay in a two day spectacular hosted by Galloway’s Society for the Blind, a Preston-based sight loss charity.
The Galloway’s Morecambe Bay Walk, sponsored by the Frank Whittle Partnership, was led by Cedric Robinson MBE, the Queen’s Guide to the Sands.
The BBC Late Kick Off programme (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire) highlight Scunthorpe United Football Club’s proposed stadium plans.
FWP are extremely proud to announce work has completed on Sika’s new research and development laboratory in Preston.
FWP have been working closely with Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to improve the Hospital environments for dementia patients and visitors.
A new parents’ room has recently opened within the Children’s ward at Royal Preston Hospital, this new calming environment allows parents and family members to relax while their child is being cared for.
Frank Whittle Partnership together with Scunthorpe United have unveiled ambitious new stadium plans.
FWP design an £18million sports and science park at Kirkham
Work has started on the new 5,000 seat stadium in Moston, North Manchester, and is expected to take around 40 weeks, with a projected completion date of late summer 2014.
Work is set to begin on the first stage of the transformation of Peterborough United’s London Road ground into a 21st-century sports stadium.
Contractors are about to start work on the masterplan for the 100-year-old football ground drawn up by leading architecture and design practice Frank Whittle Partnership.
The first part of the £10 million redevelopment of the Moy’s End will create a 2,500 all-seater stand, including a vocational training centre for young people.
Fwp and local businessman Simon Rigby unveiled plans to transform Preston’s Guild Hall into a top-class modern attraction.
The design will transform the Guild Hall in Preston into an entertainment, educational and conference centre with an adjoining four-star hotel.
The new Gloucestershire Gateway service station is beginning to emerge from the countryside.
A new £300,000 community sports facility created at a Preston school by FWP will be officially opened with a special game of football.
The first game to kick off the new state-of-the-art floodlit 3G artificial grass pitch at Ashton Community Science College will be between the legends of Lancashire rivals Preston North End and Blackpool.
Frank Whittle Partnership promotes three team members to associate level.
Building works have begun on Gloucester Services, the motorway service area between junctions 11a and 12 of the M5, just outside Gloucester. The northbound services will be developed first and will take around 15 months to build, opening in time for summer 2014.
Two buildings have been successfully joined together and extended within the Wigan Lane Conservation Area.
The architecturally interesting Victorian facades have been retained and linked with a set back, glazed, frameless structure. The rear extension is of a scale and design that sits comfortably within the existing built fabric.
Part of the family-owned Lake District Hotels Group, the George Hotel has built a reputation for providing superb service in beautiful surroundings, so it was imperative that we sourced only the highest quality products during this refurbishment period.
FWP have been appointed by Berwick Rangers to carry out a feasibility study into building a new purpose-built stadium for the club. Berwick Rangers has a unique place in British footballing history. Although it is based in an English town in Northumberland, it plays in the Scottish League.
The £2 million Southam United Sports and Community Hub includes a new 2,000 capacity ground for the non-league football club and modern new facilities for Southam United bowls club. The vision for the club also includes a number of community football pitches for junior and five-a-side games on the 20 acre site.
Welford Road Stadium, where Leicester Tigers play has been named ‘Venue of the Year’ at the Rugby Expo Awards in London.
FWP reveal plans to revive a historic part of Wigan town centre creating a wine bar and apartments which will give a new lease of life to a dilapidated Grade II building.
Though the month of November, FWP’s ‘Mo bro’s’ – Barry Cleminson, David Robinson, Neil Ainsworth, Gordon Burke, Brent Clayton, Daniel Thompson, Phil Nealen, David Simmons, Nick Wiley, Mike Turner, Mike Ellis, Jacob Suthers and Robert Bursnoll are attempting to grow, groom and style their mustaches.
Welford Road Stadium, where Leicester Tigers play has been short listed for the prestigious awards, which will take place at Twickenham stadium during Rugby Expo 14th – 15th November.
The £3 million development in Glovers Court has been approved by Preston planning committee and is now set to play a key role in the regeneration of the Winckley Square Conservation Area.
The disused Lambert Brothers Court Press buildings and an adjacent car park will become bright, modern office units in a two, three and four storey development which includes roof terraces and on-site parking.
FWP have unveiled a £2 million vision to create a stylish country wedding and conference destination on the Fylde Coast.
The masterplan for the luxury country hotel venue also includes designing feature gardens for wedding photographs and special spaces suitable to hold outdoor ceremonies. The Villa’s kitchen and back of house facilities will also be enhanced and more parking created.
Frank Whittle Partnership develops £2.5m research lab for plastics group
A sector-leading UK manufacturing company has appointed FWP to design a new £2.5 million research and development lab at its Lancashire HQ.
A sports village masterplan delivering state-of-the-art pitches and facilities in rural Lancashire points the way ahead for community rugby clubs across the UK.
FWP have revealed plans to create a new community sports facility at a Preston school.
The new pitch, which can be used for full size football and rugby games, or be converted into three five-a-side pitches, would replace an existing natural turf pitch. Games would be played on it all year round and the plan is for it to be used by the school and local football and rugby clubs.
A thriving church in rural Lancashire has appointed leading architecture practice the Frank Whittle Partnership to design an extension to cater for its growing congregation.
FWP’s team has used all its expertise to create a sensitive extension to the building that will give the congregation more room to worship and also includes new rooms for junior church community and youth activities.
He’s only been playing the sport for 18 months – but Preston schoolboy Tom Usher is already becoming a winner on the badminton court.
Sponsored by FWP, Usher’s future ambition is to one day represent his country in the Olympics.