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

May 2024 - News

Hunters Designed GP Centre Visited by Penny Mordaunt

The site of a new medical centre designed by Hunters was visited by local Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt.

The state-of-the-art healthcare facilities are due to complete at the end of this year and will bring much-needed improved healthcare to the area.

The use of natural light was an intrinsic part of the building design creating a welcoming and bright environment for visitors and staff.

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May 2024 - Articles

Veronica Fiore Joins Principal Designer / Building Safety Act Team at Hunters

We are delighted to announce that Veronica Fiore has joined Hunters as an Associate in our Building Consultancy team. Veronica brings with her exemplary experience of working within Building Control in a range of sectors including residential, industrial, commercial and community sectors.

She joined us from the National House Building Council where her role focused on compliance of building regulations and British standards from the design and construction phases to completion. She is a collaborator who works with clients to ensure project teams have the necessary skills, advice, and direction so that projects are fully compliant.


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May 2024 - Articles

Civils & Structures Team Create Affordable Homes

Our Civils & Structures team is collaborating with LandSec to deliver 88 new affordable homes on Castle Lane, Victoria, in the heart of London’s Westminster.

Situated in a conservation area, the project involves the extension and refurbishment of existing buildings. A key feature is the sensitive restoration of the original Victorian façades, ensuring the new homes seamlessly blend with the heritage of the local vernacular.

This project highlights our commitment to preserving historical charm while providing modern living solutions.

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May 2024 - News

Multi Framework Victories

At Hunters, we’re proud to be on multiple frameworks, serving esteemed clients. Here’s a few of our latest Frameworks:

The Hyde Group: Employers Agent, Principal Designers, and Clerk of Works.

Central & Cecil Housing Trust: Building Stock Condition Surveyors, Employers Agent, and Principal Designer

London Borough of Bexley: Building Surveyors, Architectural, QS, and Multidisciplinary Services

Consultancy+: Supplier Framework including Employer’s Agent Services

Our commitment to excellence extends to every client, and we look forward to the future collaborations and continuous success of our partnerships.

May 2024 - News

The Big Relay: Running Through London’s Iconic Landmarks

Ready, set, go! Cheer us on as we tackle The Big Relay on 1st September 2024! With just 5 months to go, some of our team is gearing up for the Half-Marathon challenge.

Each of us will conquer a different section that’s 5K- Tower Bridge to Canary Wharf. Next, Canary Wharf to Wapping,  Wapping to Rotherhithe and lastly Rotherhithe to Greenwich.

It’s bound to be an epic journey filled with excitement, determination, and a whole lot of running shoes! So, wish us luck as we train hard, prepare and embark on this thrilling adventure.

May 2024 - News

We’re Going To Brighton!

If you’d like to meet up on 8-9 May to talk Architecture, Building Consultancy, Civils & Structures, Building Safety Act or any of the other services we offer, (or for a quick coffee) we have a few of the team in Brighton. Just email [email protected].  Don’t forget to follow us on LinkedIn. 

Kate Henry-Aston, Mark Baines, Peter Gibson, David Capel, Amar Mahil, Guy Chapman, Jason Alderson, Paul Stephens, Eddie Chen, John Matthews, Jon Waro and Ricky Wyatt

April 2024 - Articles

Hunters Extends King George Hospital

The £14million extension creates two new ultra clean operating theatres, expanded staff facilities, and doubles the number of recovery beds enabling Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust to undertake 100 additional operations each week with the theatres designed to facilitate robotic surgery and interpretive radiotherapy in the future.

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