Gloucester Cathedral,

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  • Gloucester Cathedral

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    Gloucester Cathedral - New Cathedral Green

    New Leaf Studio were appointed by the Dean and Chapter in 2014 to come up with designs to re-configure the surrounds to the Cathedral as part of an ambitious 10-year programme of capital and outreach work known as Project Pilgrim
     
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    The Heritage Lottery funded project was granted planning and listed building consent in November 2015 and works are expected to commence late summer 2016.


    The design for Cathedral Green involves removal of the current dominance of car parking to provide a multifunctional public space as a fitting setting for the cathedral, with opportunities to accommodate outdoor events. The design has involved working closely with the Cathedral Architect, Archaeologist, local authority officers and both lay staff and clergy at the Cathedral.

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  • Gloucester Cathedral, Project Pilgrim - Landscape Construction Begins

    start on siteAfter more than two years of design development and planning, construction work begun in earnest on 7th December. Work involves careful co-ordination with the ongoing archaeology contract and major works underway within the Cathedral.
  • Project Pilgrim - Archaeological works underway

     Before the landscaping works can commence, a comprehensive programme of archaeological works is requiredimg 0782 banner full
  • Project Pilgrim - Landscaping works

    Work at Gloucester Cathedral well underway
     
  • Royal Visit

    His Royal Highness the Duke of Glouceste made an official visit to our nearly completed project at Gloucester Cathedral on 17th October 2017. The visit was to mark the Duke and Duchess becoming patrons of Project Pilgim Phase 2. The Very Reverend Stephen Lake, Dean of Gloucester and Andy King, partner at New Leaf Studio led the Duke on a tour of the nearly completed scheme.
    Photos: Tony Hickey