Appointed following a design led tender Logic are currently leading the regeneration of a 1970s Radburn housing estate to eradicate Anti-Social Behaviour and dramatically enhance residents well-being.
Following a through site analysis a masterplan evolved that identified that through selective demolition it would be possible to introduce a new road network that would enable the entire estate to be transformed into a more conventional ‘back to back’ housing arrangement with in-curtilage car parking as desired by all residents. Once complete, the masterplan will then enable the former car parking courts to be developed which will more than offset the demolition and help cross subsidise the regeneration. Following extensive community consultation and the creation of a tenants working group the project is now progressing through detailed design in a collaborative BIM environment using a 3D model of the entire estate including underground services.
Working directly for the Mayor of Middlesbrough, Logic were commissioned to redesign our original concept for Boho 10 and take it ‘to another level’ to better reflect the aspirations of the towns growth. Commissioned by Middlesbrough Council and the Tees Valley Combined Authority we are proposing a site wide masterplan for the regeneration of the digital quarter of Middlesbrough affectionately known as the ‘Boho Zone’.view project
Boho Residential Towers
In response to Middlesbroughs elected Mayors ambition for Middlesbrough to benefit from high rise city centre living, Logic were appointed by Middlesbroughs new Local Housing Company, Middlesbrough Homes to design two identical 20 storey residential towers.view project
Commissioned by Middlesbrough Council & the Tees Valley Combined Authority Logic prepared a site wide masterplan for the regeneration of the digital quarter of Middlesbrough affectionately known as the ‘Boho zone.’ Totalling a potential investment opportunity of £250M the masterplan identified opportunities for commercial, residential, leisure, retail & education use.view project