The concept of ‘home’ has a powerful emotional resonance and understanding human needs is fundamental to the design of effective housing. This extends beyond the four walls to the external environment and the wider community. Sympathetic treatment is essential to synchronise the diverse elements required to create housing which contributes to the well-being of its inhabitants. People who live in environments which nurture them are better equipped to make positive contributions to society.

Residential Projects

  • Housing Development, Vincent Court, Dundee.

    In 2001 Servite identified a need to modernise their sheltered housing scheme at Joan Bartlett House 1. This was the first project carried out with Servite; designed in 1973 and completed in 1975. Accommodation and…
  • Affordable Low Energy Housing, Dunholm Road, Dundee

    This project is situated on a difficult Brownfield site in an economically deprived part of Dundee. This is the first phase of a larger regeneration project to be completed. Within the development there is a…
  • Alterations to Kelly Castle, near Arbroath

    Wellwood Leslie Chartered Architects carried out feasibility and design proposals for the renovation and interior fit-out of Kelly Castle, a Grade B listed castle near Arbroath. Extensive sympathetic restoration work was undertaken externally including re-roofing,re-pointing…
  • Dundee Survival Group, Foundry Lane, Dundee

  • Orangery, Milnathort

  • Residential Development Chapelworks, Montrose

    Hillcrest Housing Association and Servite Housing Association purchased the former George Morton’s Bond from a previous owner who had developed a masterplan for the site in conjunction with ourselves. The property, a former flax mill…
  • Residential Development, Links Parade, Carnoustie

    A unique opportunity to redevelop the former Links Hotel overlooking the 18th fairway of the Carnoustie Medal Golf Course has allowed us to continue our strong association with this Open Championship venue. A scheme has…
  • Special Needs Housing, Torbrex House, Stirling

    Stirling Council Adult Social Care Department appointed Wellwood Leslie to undertake lead consultant and architectural services for the replacement of their Torbrex House special needs unit.. The brief called for the demolition of the outdated…
  • Steading Conversion to Affordable Housing, Cladich, Argyll

    Conservation and conversion of historic steading to affordable housing in Argyll

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