SalonQP have given some more details. These are the highlights :
However, Michelmayr and Brailsford have seem to have loftier ambitions,
and have entered into a partnership with Strehler’s UhrTeil to provide a
newly-designed and exclusive base movement, which will be unveiled in
a new manual wind watch later this year. While UhrTeil will supply the
ebauche parts, the movement will be fully assembled and finished by the
Garrick team in Norwich, and will include Michelmayr’s free sprung balance
on show on the dial side (see schematic above – though note the design is
not finalised). QP understands that the movement carries the possibility
of adding complications.
Strehler is set to be present with at SalonQP with Garrick, who are exhibiting
for the first time, and will be debuting new watches the Norfolk and the
Garrick Regulator. Both continue the use of substantially modified Unitas
movements, in the latter case replacing the gear train and reversing the
movement to display the Garrick balance through the dial.
Or you can go to the full story here The Salon QP article