Keep up to date with all that is going on at Hunters, with insightful articles and regular news.

October 2019 - Articles

High Five!

Five of Hunters EA teams housing projects are finalists in this years Inside Housing Development Award. From homes for later living, to estate redevelopment, our projects have been shortlisted in six separate categories.

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June 2019 - News

New Hunters Shareholders

Hunters are delighted to announce that Tim Ashton, Kate Henry-Aston, Mark Baines and James Wallace have become Shareholders of the practice.

Susan Pasint-Magyar, Managing Director commented ‘This is part of our commitment to planning and preparing the business and its people for the future. After Neil and I became owners of Hunters in early 2018 we have focused on developing our teams and at the end of 2018 we promoted several of our key staff, we are a people business.’

Neil McCabe, Managing Director commented ‘The four new shareholders bring a range of skills and experience. All have been promoted from within the business and continue to remain on our board. Since we took over the business Sue and I have seen succession planning as a key strategy, leading to an improved and cost-effective business which fosters a culture of internal promotion, development and career opportunities.’

April 2019 - News

Hunters goes Scandinavian

Our architects are working with Vastint, IKEA’s development arm on the Olympic site in Stratford, designing homes for the future. This important addition to the Olympic legacy brings 211 affordable homes within a mix of tenures.

March 2019 - Articles

Going for Gold

We’re definitely no strangers to winning awards here at Hunters – here’s an illustration of the many different kinds of awards we’ve won and been commended for over the past few years….

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March 2019 - News

Aylesbury Exchange Nearing Completion

Nestled between listed buildings, The Exchange is Aylesbury’s first purpose-built mixed-use scheme. Flats, shops, restaurants and a new ‘town square’ serve the local community and visitors to entertainment and arts venues in town.

The vision of simplicity and elegance takes hints from the historical courts and lodgings. In keeping with the charm of the town, the project is expected to finish in Spring.