We have been working with British luxury fragrance brand Penhaligon’s on their rejuvenation of the brand, focusing on their existing shops across the UK and the identification of new premises within historic buildings. For each project we produce robust and comprehensive heritage impact assessments and undertake the necessary consultation with design and conservation officers to secure listed building consent, planning permissions and/or advertisement consent as required.
Established in 1870, Penhaligon’s pride themselves on their heritage and celebrate this through their choice of heritage premises and buildings with distinctive shopfronts. Our design team produced a manual to assist them in identifying a consistent brand, and we have subsequently assisted with the implementation of these design measures, identifying the heritage value of each property and why it is important to celebrate this in line with the corporate branding of Penhaligon’s.
Terence O'Rourke is an award winning planning and design company, integrating these skills to help deliver exceptional projects.
Our team offers town planning, architecture, landscape architecture, urban design and environmental planning (including environmental impact assessment, heritage and ecology) services. We have a unique skillset and approach that deals creatively with challenging planning situations to deliver commercially viable solutions across all sectors of the economy.
We work with nationally and internationally known clients including:
BAE Systems, BMW Rolls Royce, Grosvenor, McLaren and Warner Bros., major housebuilders and infrastructure providers and have worked on high profile projects and sites such as the Chewton Glen Hotel and Spa Tree Houses, the Clay Country eco-community, the Goodwood Estate, Luton Airport, Silverstone Park, Mercedes-Benz World, Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden and Studio Tour – 'The Making of Harry Potter.'