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We are an innovative and creative practice, providing specialised and bespoke design services that are entirely focused on our Client's needs.

Our engagement is proactive, responsive and friendly.

Our projects cover a range of building and urban intervention types like the Thames Tideway Project and always respond to the specific characteristics of site and context, with the careful use of material, spatial clarity and understanding of environmental conditions.

Our hands on and practical approach to all we do results in design solutions that inspire and stimulate whilst providing functional success and certainty.

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We continuously review and enhance the quality, relevance of our consultancy and endeavour to bring both prescriptive integrity and high quality design to every project that we do.

We always monitor and implement strict health and safety procedures within the design process and strive to offer sustainable and environmentally responsible solutions.

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We have developed a great team over the years with shared and retained intelligence being a key to our ongoing involvement in all we do. Our team delivering these projects come from differing backgrounds and cultures and are all dedicated and skilled professionals, with proven expertise in their respective fields.

These were the practices defining characteristics when we started and they remain our overriding drivers today.


History

Fereday Pollard was established in 1996 by founding partners Ben Fereday and Chris Pollard.

With both partners having previously worked for some of London's notable architectural designers such as Norman Foster, Michael Hopkins and Lifschutz Davidson, the driving force of the practice was a clear focus on design quality and on providing a complete and integrated service to Clients, the design team and to wider project stakeholders.