Why Virtual Reality matters in planning consultations

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Across all stages of the planning process, Virtual Reality (VR) has the ability to transform consultations by helping participants understand the details of a proposal whilst bringing the developer’s vision to life. Misinterpretation of plans and drawings can easily occur. Planning consultations quickly derail when there are problems communicating a complex building solution, or when… Read more »

Celebrating 10 years in business

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Celebrating 10 successful years in business, Architecture 519 is on track for a record year following national projects for clients including Sellafield, the Environment Agency and Extra MSA Group. Operating from our city centre studio in Leeds Granary Wharf, the practice has seen a 26% increase in year-on-year revenue across a diverse range of projects… Read more »

Architecture 519 wins planning consent for 29 new homes in North London

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The project will deliver a contemporary mews containing both houses and apartments framing a new pedestrian and cycle link in Wood Green and revives access to a nearby recreation ground. Gaining unanimous consent this week, the scheme aims to rejuvenate a collection of warehouses between Crawley Road and Downhills Way for developer Frankum Mews Limited… Read more »