TateHindle are proud to support The Architects' Journal RetroFirst campaign that champions reuse in the built environment.
The climate emergency has developed into the most urgent crisis of our time and as a society we must work towards retaining and repurposing wherever possible. As architects, the buildings that we revive have the potential to create a huge impact in terms of sustainability and identity of place. TateHindle strive to retain and reuse in the first instance; focusing on drivers of sustainability to facilitate the fulfilment of social, economic and environmental outcomes for the present and future.
RetroFirst aims to build momentum by calling on the government and political parties seeking power to support the necessary fiscal and planning policy reform. So far more than 100 architecture practices, organisations and individuals have declared their support for the campaign.