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AFCC Shrivenham MoD

Beckett House

Hewitt Studios have recently completed a suite of improvements to the Grade II listed Beckett House in Shrivenham.   The C19 Hall and Grounds have now entered a new chapter in their history, becoming the base of the Armed Forces Chaplaincy Centre (AFCC) which provides training in...

All hands on site

We are pleased to report that there is now activity on all of our live build projects following adjustments for the Covid-19 pandemic.   These projects include the SGS Brunel Building (pictured), Morgan Visitor Centre, Transport for London K:Port EV Hub, RAF Fairford Dining Facility and AFCC...

Coronavirus Update

During this period of uncertainty, Hewitt Studios are committed to ensuring all our customers can access our usual high levels of service.   One of our key responsibilities is to protect the health and welfare of our employees, customers, and everyone else in the Hewitt Studios community; whilst...

Refurbished Morgan Visitor Centre Refurbishment Plus Four Launch Event

Morgan Visitor Centre +4

Last night Hewitt Studios were fortunate enough to be invited to the launch of the Morgan Motor Company's latest car - the all new Morgan Plus Four.  The launch took place at the Morgan factory in Malvern, UK. Following the outbreak of coronavirus, the Geneva...

Rural Enterprise Centre

Hewitt Studios have received detailed planning permission and listed building consent for a package of campus improvements for the Herefordshire and Ludlow College at Holme Lacy, including a new Rural Enterprise Centre and Equestrian Centre.   The campus is already home to several Hewitt Studios projects such as the Straw Bale...

Freshford – the community decide

Working with the Trustees of Freshford Village Memorial Hall, we have developed proposals to enhance, modernise and extend the existing Village Hall, providing a welcoming and attractive multi-purpose focus for local community activity within an extraordinary rural setting.   The project will significantly improve and ensure the long term...

EV Charging Hub Smart Energy PV

K:Port Woolwich Planning

We pleased to reveal that our K:Port EV charging hub for Transport for London, ESB and Siemens in Woolwich has been granted detailed planning approval.   The K:Port EV charging hub has been developed by Hewitt Studios to offer attractive, safe and sustainable neighbourhood EV charging and is...

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M-DEC Morgan R&D Centre

We're delighted to see our R&D Centre for the Morgan Motor Company featured in Autocar today as part of an article about a suite of changes and improvements that follow the purchase of the company by Investindustrial.   The new engineering and development centre (dubbed M-DEC, for...

Swindon LVL Timber

Museum of Chaplaincy

Hewitt Studios have recently submitted a planning application for a new Museum of Chaplaincy for the AFCC at Shrivenham.   This museum will draw visitors to the site at Shrivenham and create a new public destination, showcasing the history of the British Armed Forces Chaplaincy and provide...

Prefab Offsite Steel frame, laminated timber structure and plywood cladding

Education Estates and RIBA

Hewitt Studios have been invited to talk at upcoming events for both Education Estates in Manchester and the RIBA (YAPF) in Newcastle.   You can catch Senior Associate Paul Younger in Manchester on 16th October discussing innovation in offsite technologies and Associate Toby Smith in Newcastle on 24th October...