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Historic Essex cinema to receive new lease of life

The UK’s oldest purpose-built cinema is set to receive a new lease of life with the help of an architect who specialises in conservation. Nicholas Jacob Architects has been charged with delivering the £700,000 development of Electric Palace Cinema, Harwich,... View Article

Skillcrown secures £14m Colliers Wood apartment project

Skillcrown, leading property developers in South East London, is delighted to secure a further project with existing client, Clarion Housing Group. The £14 million affordable housing development in Colliers Wood, London is the third project Skillcrown is currently underway with... View Article

Approval granted for £150m redevelopment of Dora House

Central & Cecil Housing Trust (C&C), advised by planning and development consultants Montagu Evans, has been given the go ahead by Westminster City Council to redevelop Dora House in St John’s Wood. The project, valued at £150 million, will provide... View Article

Benchmark‘s design for new crematorium goes in for planning

Benchmark Architects expands its unusual portfolio of projects with a design for a graceful new crematorium and burial ground at Jubilee Park, Huntingdon. Benchmark Architects was commissioned by CDS (Cemetery Development Service) and Huntingdon Town Council to progress with concept... View Article

Gerflor meets the need for improved sports flooring

The urgent need for building, extending and improving educational establishments is creating new opportunities for top class education flooring solutions says Nick Egan, Technical Manager, Gerflor. As the population grows, the Office of National Statistics predicts that the number of... View Article

Let’s look at the roofline with Swish

Dave Osborne takes a look at the roofline – the part of a building where the roof structure meets the walls – and where detailing needs careful consideration to ensure the long-term integrity of the building envelope. The roofline is... View Article

Curvaceous Metalline

News that The Curve in Slough has won an LABC award in the “Best Public Building” category, has delighted Metalline who supplied a wide range of architectural aluminium fabrications on the project. At the heart of a £450m regeneration scheme,... View Article

BSP Consulting appointed on world-class adventure resort

East Midlands-based civil and structural engineering firm BSP Consulting has been appointed to work on a spectacular new multi-million pound adventure resort which is set to take the UK leisure industry by storm. Afan Valley Adventure Resort in South Wales... View Article
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