It was great to visit Wymondham College in late August and see the progress on this new £5million education and boarding facility which is welcoming students this September. WWA has been working with Morgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure since 2019 on this project.Read more
It’s always great to visit site and see designs coming to life. We recently visited Mayfield School in Portsmouth, which is the rebuilding of an existing all-through school.Read more
Planning approval has recently been granted for two new through schools for pupils with special educational needs in Essex. Sir Geoff Hurst School and Hawthorns Free School will be constructed on part of the former St Peter’s School site in Chelmsford. Wynne-Williams are members of a team assembled by contractor Net Zero Buildings to design and construct the two schools.Read more
What is a MUGA?
A MUGA or Multi-Use Games Area is an enclosed games court which can cater for a wide range of sporting demands. There is flexibility in terms of dimensions, though they are generally based on multiples of the space required for a standard netball court laid out in compliance with England Netball specifications.Read more
This semester, the WWA staff have been helping to deliver the Landscape Professional Practice module to Landscape Architecture masters students at Writtle University College. We have a long-standing relationship with the college, which has helped train almost half of our staff, so it has been great for Gill Wynne-Williams, Bobby Browne and Alex Hooper to virtually return to share their professional and career experience with the class of 2021.Read more
WWA were the landscape architects for the New Science Teaching Building at UEA which has just won a BIM Show Live Award for innovative design and use of technology. Read more
We are very pleased to see the sports facilities open for use at St Dunstan’s College, south London.
Bobby and Tom took part in an industry taster day at Netherhall School in Cambridge last week.
Our recent projects involving rooftop design work for Southwark Borough Council have now reached practical completion. The landscape schemes at four primary schools; Albion, Belham, Charles Dickens and Robert Browning, all involved the creation of exciting rooftop spaces for staff and students to enjoy.