The regeneration of Blackburn Cathedral Quarter consists of new cathedral offices, library, refectory, housing, underground car park and enclosed cloister garden - the first cloister arrangement on an English cathedral for 600 years.
The South End Galleries redevelopment project involved the re-planning of ten galleries, returning the spaces to Lord Leverhulme’s original vision and improve the visitor circulation.
The repair and upgrade project will bring the 1860s building, designed by Alfred Waterhouse, up to ’modern access and safety standards’ and will include the restoration of the Great Hall and its Ford Madox Brown murals.
St. George’s Hall is Liverpool’s principal civic building and arguably the finest neoclassical building in Europe. Purcell was asked to prepare a development masterplan for this iconic building to initiate its renaissance and undertook a major restoration and regeneration scheme.
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral was designed by Sir Frederick Gibberd and opened in 1967. Built in concrete with portland stone cladding and an aluminium roof, the Cathedral is recognisable by its pinnacle-crowned stained glass lantern tower.