After an amazing 2018, Ackroyd Lowrie celebrated with our clients and friends at the Bethnal Green Town Hall Hotel. The event was an opportunity to network with politicians, developers, and investors - and was also a great opportunity for us to showcase our new VR headsets.
Last month, our director and founder Oliver Lowrie was delighted to speak at the Qandor Club October Q.TV event attended by property professionals and broadcast on the Q.TV channel. Here’s the video of the presentation, giving insights into how to use technology to make more money from development projects and create an inspiring world.
Our Regeneration and Intensification round table breakfast brought together some of the most influential voices from across the sector to discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by the New London Plan, the most ambitious and far-reaching document to affect planning policy in London for a decade.
This week the Chancellor unveiled the Budget 2018, a new SBA for commercial developments and abolishment of stamp duty for first-time buyers of shared-ownership homes. Oliver Lowrie, director at Ackroyd Lowrie comments on the principal changes and what the property industry can expect from them.
At Ackroyd Lowrie, we aim to be at the cutting edge of designing the cities of the future.
Intensification with Imagination was an event bringing together experts looking at how the New London Plan encourages the development of London’s Industrial sites to create dynamic, mixed-use neighbourhoods where industry, culture and residential uses sit side by side.
Ackroyd Lowrie have teamed up with a professional site sourcing company to offer our clients exclusive deals direct to vendors. We have an excellent selection of sites across London and the South East, both un-consented and consented.
Ackroyd Lowrie were featured in Forbes Magazine this weekend, discussing how the steep challenges of the housing crisis can only be solved through the innovative application of technology like VR, especially when leveraged as part of offsite construction.
Ackroyd Lowrie hosted an evening of fascinating debate about how we could ’hack’ the current shortage of homes for Londoners. The evening was chaired by Liz Peace, Head of the Old Oak Common + Park Royal Redevelopment Corporation, and featured a panel of experts from across the construction and property sector.
Ackroyd Lowrie are bringing property industry professionals together at their next event on November 30th, to discuss innovation in the supply of housing. Discussions will be led by a panel of leading figureheads of the UK property industry.
Ackroyd Lowrie have won the award for Best use of Innovation for their work with Virtual Reality. We have developed a process for using the VR technology as a design and testing tool and allow all our clients to have a Virtual Reality sign off before construction starts.
Over 840 professionals from across the property and construction sectors raced and raised money for Britain's young homeless at yesterday’s 21st annual LandAid 10K. Competition was fierce as runners raced to smash personal bests and course records.
Ackroyd Lowrie has submitted Planning for a contemporary housing scheme in a backland site within the Ewell Road Conservation Area. The dynamic form relates to the traditional bay forms of the Victorian villas that surround the site.