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Planning approval for the relocation of historic station building

We are delighted to have achieved planning permission for the relocation of the historic Wansford Road Station Building from near Sutton to Railword Wildlife Haven in Peterborough. Originally set fo

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Hudson Architects to lead design for sustainable community hub

Hudson Architects have been appointed as design lead for the next phase of an innovative new community hub in Kings Lynn. The project will involve an imaginative retrofit of an existing but disused r

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Planning and Listed Building Consent for Grade II listed house.

We are delighted to have received full planning and listed building consent for the extension, alterations and refurbishment of a Grade II listed house in Norfolk. To ensure its long-term conservatio

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Planning approval for replacement home

We are delighted to have received planning approval for a replacement home in South Norfolk! Replacing a dated and inefficient bungalow, the new home is contemporary yet sympathetic to the local vern

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FANN 23 – Common Ground: A New East Anglian Vernacular

As part of this year’s Festival of Architecture in Norwich and Norfolk (FANN 23) we are presenting ideas on making low carbon and community focused neighbourhoods in the more rural and suburban

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Fakenham CobBauge Features on ITV Anglia

Our ground breaking CobBauge project was recently featured on ITV News Anglia, bringing this sustainable construction method into the spotlight. The project featured in their Natural Solutions segmen

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Introducing Our New Project Partnership: FibreBroads

Hudson Architects are thrilled to announce our new project partnership with the FibreBroads research project. Focused on the Broads and Norfolk Fens regions the “FibreBroads” project will

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Two Hudson Architects projects recognised at the RIBA East Awards 2023

Yesterday evening we were delighted two of our projects, Coast House and Duke Street Riverside won an RIBA East Award!! Both Coast House and Duke Street Riverside continue our distinctive design appr

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The Net Zero Neighbourhood: Shortlisted

We are delighted to share that we have been shortlisted alongside 6 other practices for the Architect Pitch: The Net Zero Neighbourhood. Max Fordham LLP has invited architects to re-imagine the futur

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Norwich-based Hudson Architects win top architecture award for NUA city landmark

Duke Street Riverside – Norwich University of the Arts’ landmark building on the banks of the Wensum in central Norwich – has won a top architectural award. The striking building, designed by

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Atlantic Beach Regeneration Competition: Lewis Williams Has Made It To The Finals!

We are immensely proud of Architectural Assistant Lewis Williams whose submission to the Atlantic Beach Regeneration Competition has been made it to the final round! The competition’s jury anonymo

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Houses & Trees #2 – ‘Wood-Hoods’, ‘Neighbour-woods’ and a True ‘Forest Village’

My recent post about houses and trees was part of a long-standing interest in the topic which is at least as old as a thought-experiment called ‘Forest Village’, which I carried out over a d

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