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JDDK PLANNING APPLICATION FOR YORKSHIRE CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

JDDK PLANNING APPLICATION FOR YORKSHIRE CHILDREN’S HOSPICE

We have applied to Leeds City Council for planning permission on behalf of Martin House Children’s Hospice at Boston Spa for an ambitious refurbishment and expansion. Opened in 1987, Martin House was only the second such hospice for children and young people with life-limiting conditions, while its Whitby Lodge unit for teenagers and young people… Full Article >

‘FABRIC FIRST’ APPROACH FOR LONGFRAMLINGTON ECO-HOME

‘FABRIC FIRST’ APPROACH FOR LONGFRAMLINGTON ECO-HOME

Our clients, Anne & Brian Lowrie, have now moved into their new home of Moor Croft at Longframlington in Northumberland, marking the end of a successful project that has created a low-energy self-build ecohome which generates as much energy as it uses. Our design maximises daylight and the superb views across the Northumberland countryside and… Full Article >

EUROPEAN PROJECTS WITH ELEKTA

EUROPEAN PROJECTS WITH ELEKTA

Following on from their work with the Rutherford Cancer Centes and the creation of the DFJ Designs partnership with Desco and Fairhurst Consulting Engineers, Newcastle-based JDDK Architects are now also working in partnership with Elekta, who design and manufacture the revolutionary Unity MR-linac system equipment amongst other state-of-the-art medical technology. Founded in 1972 by the… Full Article >

£3.2m REFURBISHMENT FOR LISTED HOMELESS PEOPLE HOSTEL

£3.2m REFURBISHMENT FOR LISTED HOMELESS PEOPLE HOSTEL

A detailed investigation into the history of one of Newcastle’s listed buildings has helped Newcastle-based JDDK Architects receive Planning Permission on behalf Changing Lives, the national charity dedicated to supporting people experiencing exclusion and disadvantage, for the refurbishment of their largest accommodation project. Elliott House, on Bentwick Terrace just off Newcastle’s Westgate Road, was originally… Full Article >

JDDK ARCHITECTS COMMIT TO SUSTAINABILITY

JDDK ARCHITECTS COMMIT TO SUSTAINABILITY

Newcastle-based JDDK Architects have launched their own sustainability strategy, 20:20 A Vision for Our Future, in which the award-winning practice, already known for their expertise in sustainable design, outline their approach to the environmental emergency we all face. The practice has set out the three key strands which will guide their work and their business… Full Article >