Residential

What makes a place home? The answer is complex and different for everyone – but we believe that high-quality, well-considered designs can be the key to creating joyful, sustainable places for people to live.

From affordable housing to private houses and mixed-use developments, the neighbourhoods we create are inclusive, and create a positive sense of belonging.

We design homes to last. Homes that respect both the planet and the people who live there – enhancing residents’ wellbeing through light-filled internal spaces and relaxing communal gardens.

We’ve delivered a number of developments on urban and brownfield sites. And we’ve regenerated historic areas, providing valuable amenities for the local community.

Our cross-sector experience allows us to provide the social infrastructure that supports new housing developments and growing communities.

Our specialist experience includes:

  • Affordable housing and apartments
  • Build to rent
  • Build to sell
  • Mixed-use developments
  • Residential communities
  • Student residential

Our Residential projects

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Related insights + news

News | 20th February 2020

Contemporary private house in Sevenoaks completes

Our latest project is a highly sustainable family home marrying contemporary details with traditional form.

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News | 7th June 2019

ADP’s Design for the Elmsbrook Local Centre is Submitted for Planning

ADP’s zero-carbon development in Oxfordshire will provide new homes, retail, and community facilities.

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Lead contacts

Craig Cullimore

— Board Director
Craig Cullimore

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  • Telephone: 01865 248045
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— Board Director
Stephen Miles

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  • Telephone: 0131 297 4310

Our Residential Clients

  • A2Dominion
  • Cambridge City Council
  • Fort Bovisand Trust
  • Hft
  • University of Leeds
  • Newman University
  • University of Reading
  • Acorn Property Group
  • Comer Homes
  • University of Sussex
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Leicester
  • University of Gloucestershire