Celebrating CB Arts

Planit was delighted to welcome long-term friend and collaborator Chris Brammall to the studio today. Chris is dedicated to the creation of the highest quality sculptural and architectural metalwork. He is a fantastic exemplar of a creator and designer who also delivers and manufactures.

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Observe | Design | Implement at LSA Spring School

The Liverpool School of Architecture’s Spring School offers a range of masterclasses through which to explore new and existing skills; ‘warming students up’ for the semester ahead. In an ‘Observe | Design | Implement’ session led by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Planit-IE, students were invited to become directly involved in the University of Liverpool’s masterplan project, which the two practices are currently developing.

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Link and Exchange

How can policy and policy makers change the outlook of young creatives, encouraging them to remain within, or return to rural areas? This question was recently addressed by Managing Director, Pete Swift, and Standard Practice Maker, Joe Hartley in their keynote presentation at the Great Place Lakes and Dales Conference.

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We are Hiring!

Ambitious Graduate Graphic Designer / Graphics Assistant sought by P-IE to join their Manchester studio.READ MORE

University of Sheffield Whole School Event

The University of Sheffield Landscape Department recently invited Planit-IE to lead their ‘Whole School Event’, an annual 2-day workshop involving 100 students and members of staff.

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Our City… Our Town Hall

Our involvement in the repair, refurbishment and restoration of Manchester Town Hall has opened up numerous opportunities for us to share the delights of such a stunning Grade I listed building.

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Promotions and Expansion

Planit-IE is delighted to announce Georgina Baines, Jamie Newborn and Kevin Redhead as new Associate Directors; taking an active role in the practice’s future growth and strategic direction.

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Reimagining World-Famous Mathew Street

Hearing of our appointment by Liverpool City Council to produce a landmark vision and investment strategy for the epicentre of Liverpool’s musical heritage was one of those ‘can’t stop from saying it out loud’ “yes” moments. We’d assembled a great, if non-conventional, team for the Mathew Street Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) bid, amongst which enthusiasm for the potential opportunity was palpable.

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