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Project updates

At James Halldron Associates, we have several projects across the UK that are at different stages of development, with brief details about their progress below. If you need more details, please feel free to get in touch with us.

New projects and project progress

Torquay office:
Featured project: Dormers, Thurlestone, Devon. Prestige New House.
Client: Sir John Beckwith
Architect: Jones Lambell, London
Project progress: Successfully completed in mid 2013.

Princetown Project:
We have been working with our South East based Clients to convert an historical large commercial/residential building to provide a total of seven apartment units and is scheduled for completion by the end of 2014.

Manchester office:
Project: Basford, Stoke - 11 unit apartment project, subject to a Public Inquiry for the past 18months successfully negotiated the process when Stoke City Planning Committee approved the proposed modification scheme on 27th May 2014. As lead Consultant, the Practice has worked successfully with Architect, Richard Drinkwater, and Planning Consultant, Ruth Jackson, to bring the project to a point where a new construction project will commence in the near future
Portland Road, Swinton, housing development - final inspections taking place for certification for our developer client.- Project successfully completed at the end of 2013

South East office:
The office, originally in Cambridge has, from mid June 2014, been based in South Kensington and is to be run from our London based Clients offices where the Practice provides its full range of services. The Practice is currently commissioned to provide both structural and Architectural design, plus CML Warranty Services for several South East based building projects, in Cambridge, Chelmsford and Colchester.

Social and community activities:

The Practice owner, James Halldron, competed in the London Marathon 2012 and the New York Marathon on 4th November 2012, although because of the tragic results of Hurricane Sandy only the unofficial "alternative marathon" was held running around Central Park to complete the 26.2 miles. James raised a combined total for both Marathons of £6500 for Children with Cancer UK & Macmillan Cancer Support charities . As a public spirited gesture James also provided design services for a number of community and other projects, without charge, in return for donations to his chosen charities. James also completed two shorter, but no less important runs in Manchester (10K) and the Bristol Half Marathon, both in 2013, in the BUPA Great Manchester Run, for David Lewis Cheshire Care Homes and latterly in Bristol running for the Devon Air Ambulance Trust, raising a total of £1500 for these two worthy charities.

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