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Prison-to-homes project approved

A scheme which will see a former Portsmouth prison turned into hundreds of homes have been approved by the Portsmouth City Council. Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios will convert the 19th century Kingston Prison into 230 homes. The works will include a mix... View Article

Riverside development to lure London tourists

Londoners have been flocking to the capital’s parks and lidos to cool down from the high temperatures and stifling humidity. But there could be a cooler alternative on the horizon at a brand new waterfront destination in Barking – just 25 minutes... View Article

School extension boosts Leeds with 200 new places

Hundreds of primary school places will be provided after the timely expansion of a Leeds school. Asquith Primary School’s new building will secure 200 additional places as part of a city-wide schools expansion programme. The new two-storey building, developed by... View Article

Football stars reveal Manchester project design

The St Michael’s Partnership, formed by Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Brendan Flood has joined with Rowsley, BCEGI and Manchester City Council, to reveal the first images of their new city centre development. The, 700,000 sq ft St Michael’s development will comprise of... View Article

Plans submitted for over 420 homes in Leith

Revised proposals for 425 new homes at the Leith waterfront in Edinburgh have been submitted. If approved, the homes will be built on brownfield land in Leith’s former docklands and feature 106 affordable homes, 27 studios apartments, 27 colonies, 35 townhouses and 230 one, two and... View Article

Success for PegasusLife at Housing Design Awards 2016

PegasusLife has won a prestigious award at the 2016 Housing Design Awards for its development, Hampstead Green Place in North London. The HAPPI awards champion developments that offer excellence in housing for older people and reflect the recommendations of the... View Article

Plans for Oxfordshire community centre approved

Planning permission has been granted for the development of a new community centre in Bicester, Oxfordshire. Developer Countryside Properties (Bicester) is going to build the centre as part of its Kingsmere development which includes housing, primary and secondary schools and health facilities. The community centre will... View Article

Rooftop penthouses get Vertigo

Vertigo fibre cement slates from Marley Eternit have been used to create a contemporary facade for Damien Court’s eight duplex penthouses, constructed on the rooftop of an existing four storey apartment building in Whitechapel, East London. Raj Saund from John... View Article
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