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[11 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]

Architects who wish to take on the Crystal Palace project will have until the 20th of January to put their names down. According to bromleytimes.co.uk, after the search has been narrowed down to three candidates next Spring, the chosen architects will then be asked to prepare detailed submissions, as well as initial concept designs. The […]

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[22 Mar 2013 | No Comment | ]

One of Bristol’s most prominent office buildings is set for a major refurbishment in order to improve its energy efficiency. Developers have confirmed that the waterside building at One Victoria Street will be extended, remodelled and completely reclad this June. Improving existing building’s energy efficiency Image source It is planned for the refurbishment to dramatically […]

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[27 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

An iconic American department store is to receive a makeover costing in the region of $400 million, nytimes.com reports. Macy’s flagship store on West 34th Street Manhattan, is in the process of undergoing a revamp that is promised will ‘maintain the store’s architectural integrity’. Image source The work commenced a few months ago and much […]

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[14 Aug 2012 | No Comment | ]

Wokingham town planners have concluded that the application of building cladding as part of a regeneration programme can keep shops trading at all times – no matter what’s going on around them. The proposal is intended to keep local retailers happy, as well as members of the public, as Peach Place in Wokingham prepares to […]

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[30 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]

Thousands of jobs will be created through the development of listed Battersea Power Station and its associated rail link, according to Prime Minister David Cameron. The project, which Mr Cameron said would “protect the towers of that iconic landmark”, will create 20,000 construction jobs and 13,000 permanent jobs when the work has been completed, telegraph.co.uk […]

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[25 Oct 2011 | No Comment | ]

A Norfolk department store that has been trading for over a century has undergone a massive £500,000 makeover. The Aldiss homewares store of Fakenham has changed significantly since works began in February, reports EDP24.co.uk. Creative commercial refurbishment From the outside, the store now has a fresh new look; layered in brick and stone, with arching […]