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Masterplanning incorporates the macro and micro to provide an integrated design response, a sense of place and long-term benefits to the communities that are enhanced. From conceptual layouts and place making analysis through to 3D models of future spaces and stakeholder representation, S+SA provide a full masterplanning service to our clients.
The Masterplanning process requires a deep understanding of the phasing of a project over a long period of time. Not only will the needs of the client be considered, we will also look at the social, cultural, environmental and political needs of the cities and its inhabitants, for example looking at the wider context of the buildings we design, usually outside of the project boundary.
S+SA Architects offer a personal level of service whether we are working on national large-scale projects or local projects closer to home. We endeavour to create long-lasting partnerships with all of our clients, so they know they can rely on us to provide the service they need.
Martin started his career as an apprentice back in 2006 with an architectural practice on the Isle of Man, gaining qualifications in Building Surveying before graduating with a first-class honours degree in Architectural Technology at Liverpool John Moores University. Since moving to England in 2013, Martin has continued to further his experience throughout all sectors of construction, predominantly in the residential and industrial sectors involving both new build and refurbishment projects throughout the UK. Martin has been a Chartered Architectural Technologist since 2013. In his spare time, he enjoys trips away to relax or visit family, walks in The Lakes and horse racing.View Full Team Download Brochure
"S+SA have been involved with design proposals for the re-development of the Stonebridge Mills site in Wortley, Leeds for some years. Working closely with our client and the Local Authority planning and conservation teams, plans for the site which extends to 3.6 hectares have been granted planning permission and works have now commenced on site".
Project Manager - Stonebridge Mills