We are lead architects for the the £100+million Penrhos Holiday Village and associated developments. Working with a masterplanning consultant, we produced concept architectural designs for a new leisure village and associated housing development. The site comprises three sections, Penrhos, Cae Glas and Kingsland, all within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), necessitating a sensitive and considered response.
The leisure village is focussed upon the historic Penrhos Estate, and the remnants of the 19th century gothic revival house, estate buildings and farm are being incorporated into the leisure hub. At Cae Glas, the lodges have been designed to initially accommodate contractors working on the re-development of the nearby Nuclear Power Station at Wylfa. These will then be converted, maintaining the exterior shell, to leisure accommodation. At Kingsland, a residential development of 350-400 houses is proposed. These are contemporary houses of various sizes and types, designed to respond to the site topography and character.