Ingleton Wood has carried out a wide range of community and social projects, including multi-purpose community halls, sports centres and leisure facilities. Clients include parish councils, sports clubs and voluntary organisations.
Ingleton Wood also works regularly with Councils on their public and civic buildings, such as libraries, museums and Park facilities. Many of the schemes are lottery-funded, and we can provide assistance with sourcing and applying for grants.
A particular specialisation of the Practice is in the health sector, and we have provided design services for Children and Family Centres, and Day Care facilities.
The Practice has been involved with the full range of building projects, from new build, extension or conversion, through to repair and refurbishment of existing buildings.
An essential element of all schemes in this sector is consultation both with user groups and the wider community. Ingleton Wood’s planning team can assist with the development of a strategy for community participation to be agreed with the client at an early stage of every project.
Sustainability is a fundamental part of our design ethos. Working with our environmental design discipline, low-energy solutions and renewable energy options can be evaluated at an early stage and incorporated into the scheme development.
Sustainability is a fundamental part of our design ethos. Working with our environmental design discipline, low-energy solutions and renewable energy options can be evaluated at an early stage and incorporated into the scheme development. We can help you through the minefield of options and assist with grant applications including PSDS and LCSF where appropriate.
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