Scott Brownrigg to attend RESI Conference


Scott Brownrigg is attending RESI at Celtic Manor, Wales between 13 and 14 September.

This will be the third year in succession that the practice has attended the leading residential property event, and reflects the continuing strength of the sector for the practice.   Group Director’s Bruce Calton, Richard McCarthy and Neil MacOmish will be in attendance.  Collectively, Bruce, Richard and Neil are responsible for the design and delivery of some of the most exciting, high profile developments in the UK residential market. These include significant urban development’s Marco Polo House, Battersea and 375 High Street Kensington, and waterside residential developments: Centenary Quay, Woolston; Cardiff Pointe, Wales and Holes Bay, Poole.

Bruce Calton, Group Director comments: 

“The residential sector represents one of the strongest sectors within Scott Brownrigg.  It’s an exciting time with a significant number of schemes within both urban and waterside settings at varying development and construction stages. These include over 2,200 units currently at masterplan stage, 1,570 homes and apartments at detailed planning application stage and 855 apartments at the working drawing stage or on site.  These reflect a positive turnaround in the UK residential market over the last year”.

If you would like to discuss any residential or mixed use opportunities during or after the conference contact: 

Bruce Calton (UK residential and mixed use masterplanning) –

Richard McCarthy (London and south east residential and mixed use) –

Neil MacOmish (Wales and south west residential and mixed use) –