Salisbury named best place to live in Britain

The Sunday Times has named Salisbury the best place to live in Britain, describing it as a beautiful medieval city.  It was praised for its community spirit and admired for the way it had dealt with the impact of the Novichok poisonings which put the city on the international map. We are lucky enough to have…

Salisbury Cemetery – Phase 2 appointment

Indigo have been working with Salisbury City Council on the design and implementation of a new multi-faith cemetery to provide essential new burial capacity for both Salisbury and Wilton.  Our appointment included the full scope of service from concept design through to implementation; including the coordination and submission of a detailed planning application to Wiltshire Council….

Ambulance Trust site approved at Suffolk Park

As part of our ongoing involvement in Suffolk Park on the east side of Bury St Edmunds, we were pleased to be involved in an application for a much needed ambulance depot for the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust.  One of the key elements of the design, which won planning permission in early…

Maylands Avenue – mixed use development

Having initially worked with Kier Property to develop the neighbouring site with a new Travelodge, Indigo was subsequently appointed to provide input into the urban realm and landscape proposals for this significant mixed use development. The scheme will provide around 300 residential units with additional commercial units at ground level and features a high quality…

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