residential

Progress at Beechwood Avenue, Derry by Matt Bishop

Work is progressing at Beechwood Avenue, Derry.


The works may have just started but it's clear to see the apartments will have a beautiful view over the city!

The project includes 6 no. General Needs Apartments.

Location: Beechwood Avenue, Derry
Client: Clanmil Housing
Contractor: Brendan Loughran & Sons. Ltd.

Community Consultation for Nazareth House, Bishop Street, L'Derry by Matt Bishop

Rolston Architects visited Long Tower Youth Club in Derry to discuss an exciting new residential development with members of the local community.

The development at Nazareth House includes the refurbishment of a Grade B2 Listed Building including a mixture of new build houses & apartments. The consultation was attended by Director Mark Collins (Rolston Architects), Lee Hannigan (CEP) & Jennifer Overend (Choice Housing Ireland Ltd).

Official Opening of Sunnylands Grove, Carrickfergus by Matt Bishop

Left to right: Jayne McFaul (Choice Housing Ireland), Ian Snowden (Director of Housing Policy and Performance at the Department for Communities), Hazel Bell (Chair of Choice) and Harry Rolston (Rolston Architects)

Left to right: Jayne McFaul (Choice Housing Ireland), Ian Snowden (Director of Housing Policy and Performance at the Department for Communities), Hazel Bell (Chair of Choice) and Harry Rolston (Rolston Architects)

Thursday 9th March marked the official opening of Sunnylands Grove, providing 12 new homes for people over the age of 55.

The sheltered development at Sunnylands Grove, was officially opened by the Chair of Choice, Hazel Bell and Ian Snowden, Director of Housing Policy and Performance at the Department for Communities. Our own Harry Rolston, who was architect on the scheme, also attended the opening with Development Officer Jayne McFaul.

The apartments will enable older people to live independently and privately in their own dwelling within a safe, friendly and supportive environment.

Hazel Bell Chair of Choice said:

“Sheltered housing is an excellent option for older people who want to live independently in their own homes but remain closely connected to their community. These new high quality apartments will make a real difference to the lives of residents and bolsters the number of Choice homes in the Carrickfergus area.

“Sunnylands Grove is the latest completion in a busy new build programme that is actively planning and constructing much needed new homes across Northern Ireland. Today marks another milestone in our ambitious plans to support positive change across the region and deliver more high quality homes.”

Ian Snowden, Director at the Department for Communities said:

“One of the aims of the Department for Communities is to provide good quality, affordable housing for everyone in housing need and this development at Sunnylands Grove is a fine example of what we are trying to achieve. These are modern, energy efficient homes providing a contemporary living environment for the older population of Carrickfergus with easy access to the town’s facilities.”

The Sunnylands Grove scheme was designed by Rolston Architects and construction work was completed by O’Hanlon and Farrell.

Redevelopment at Durham Street, Belfast by Matt Bishop

Proposed view from Galway Street

Proposed view from Galway Street

Existing view from Glaway Street

Existing view from Glaway Street

Proposed view from Citylink Business Park

Proposed view from Citylink Business Park

Existing view from Citylink Business Park

Existing view from Citylink Business Park

Work has started at Durham Street, and whilst completion may be some time away, here's a sneak preview into what you can expect when our project is finished!

It's always rewarding to see the impact our projects can have to a local community.

The project includes 23 residential Units, including a variety of house types and category 1 apartments for the elderly.

Location: Durham Street, Belfast
Client: Clanmil Housing Association
Contractor: GEDA Construction