01 Feb 2017

ADP is attending MIPIM


ADP will be attending MIPIM this year as part of the London Club. The practice will also be supporting the Leeds City Region delegation. Leeds is home to ADP’s proposed Centre for Science and Engineering, which will enable world-class research for the University of Leeds, strengthening its collaboration with industry. This, together with the White Rose Office Park in Leeds, is one of a number of projects around the UK that reflect the continued expansion of ADP’s work in the commercial sector. 

In Scotland, ADP is working on a mixed-use development in Stirling, a major industrial distribution masterplan at Fife Interchange, and production facilities for McLaren packaging. The redevelopment of Spanish City Dome in Whitley Bay in the North East will breathe new life into an Edwardian pleasure building, and create a unique dining destination.

In Birmingham, ADP is creating a shell and core scheme that will become the new home for Legoland. Proposals for a new town centre are being drawn up in Oxfordshire, and compact apartments have recently been completed in Oxford city centre.

Further south, options for reviving the world’s longest pier in Southend-on-Sea have been put forward to the town council, and in Devon, ADP is working on a mixed-use residential development that will save one of Plymouth’s least disturbed Palmerston Forts from ruin.

MIPIM brings together the most influential players from all international property sectors. Commercial director, Graeme Feechan, Manchester studio director, Joe Morgan, and business development director, Sarah Birkby, will be attending on behalf of the practice.