Summer 2017

The new Churchill Hui newsletter keeps you in the loop with our news and views. Highlights include a chat with recently retired partner Geoff Mules, and our architectural technician debates a sustainable home in a car park.

“10 things I wish I’d known” by Geoff Mules
“10 things I wish I’d known” by Geoff Mules

Partner Geoff Mules retired in April after 30 years’ service and over 40 years as an Architect. We grabbed 15 minutes with Geoff to discover 10 things he would have liked to advise his younger self, from travel tips to achieving a work/life balance.
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Adults with autism to benefit from affordable housing scheme
Adults with autism to benefit from affordable housing scheme

Work is underway in Wandsworth on a brand new supported housing scheme, designed and managed by Churchill Hui. Sensitive planning has been key for this user group, who’ll be able to live more independently.
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Station Road on track for double award
Station Road on track for LABC Grand Finals

We’re delighted to announce that Station Road is a regional winner in the 2017 LABC South East Building Excellence Awards and we're off to the Grand Finals in November.
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Live projects
Live projects

Spanning the south of England, our current schemes range from affordable homes to refurbishments. If we’re in your area, let’s meet for a coffee?
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We’ve exchanged!
We’ve exchanged!

As we go to press, we’ve just had the green light to manage the following schemes:

  • 58 shared ownership / rented homes at Robbins Hall, Enfield, for Optivo
  • Phase 2 Greenhill Way in Haywards Heath, comprising 45 shared ownership / rented homes for Clarion
  • A prestigious 10-house development for the Rookery Estates Company on Bromley Common
  • 13 affordable homes at Loxwood Nurseries (West Sussex) for Clarion
Waste of space?
Waste of space?

Architectural technician Gabor discusses a car park innovation – the ZEDpod – as one solution to the housing crisis.
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Charity news
Charity news

Marie Curie and the National Autistic Society have been the focus of our charity endeavours recently. Project assistant Rita Williams-Hall even made national headlines at the London Marathon!
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