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Merging old and new at the mixed-use Macaulay Walk

Serviced by a dedicated concierge, and benefiting from basement parking, high quality external landscaping and a shopping collection service, including cold storage, Macaulay Walk is a remarkable blend of brand new and ex industrial buildings that form an award winning... View Article

Plans for new homes given green light

Plans to replace outdated bungalows with 37 new homes near Chester-le-Street have been approved. Chester-le-Street housing provider, Cestria Community Housing submitted the application to replace 36 one bedroom bungalows on a 1.3 hectare site on Vicarage Close and The Garth... View Article

Multi-chambered options now available for all Synseal systems

Multi-chambered options for outer and sash frame profiles are now available for all three of Synseal’s market-leading 70mm PVC-U window systems – Legend, Shield and SynerJy – to extend customer choice. These new frame profile configurations are thermally efficient and... View Article

New shops, library and 200 homes for Wandsworth Town

Plans have been approved for 201 new homes and a brand new library in the heart of the Wandsworth Town regeneration area. The council’s planning applications committee last night approved a proposal to merge and redevelop three rundown sites linking... View Article

Green light for Nine Elms primary school and 290 new homes

Wandsworth Council last night approved plans for 290 new homes in Nine Elms and the redevelopment of St Mary’s Primary School. The application for Battersea Park East, by Taylor Wimpey Central London, comes with approximately £7.8m towards improving transport infrastructure... View Article

Striking second phase set to be unveiled

A colourful redevelopment is set to light up a once unloved part of East London. ‘Aurelia’, the second phase of the Rathbone Market Development, Barking Road, will be unveiled by English Cities Fund (ECf) in the New Year. Designed by... View Article

Using box rooflights for communal outdoor space

Vintry Court is a building development providing four stories of residential homes. The development utilises a box roof light for access to a communal roof top terrace in order to make the most of limited space, as well as to... View Article

National energy award from muse office project

Number One Bickerstaffe Square, home to Blackpool Council and part of Muse Developments’ Talbot Gateway regeneration scheme, has been recognised as the most energy efficient building in the UK. Winner of the Energy Efficient Building of the Year category at the Energy Awards,... View Article

Bristol housing project wins environmental award

A project in the Easton area of Bristol has been celebrated by the city’s Civic Society for its environmental impact. Junction 3 (J3), a Knightstone development in Easton, has received the Environmental Award, which recognises developments in Bristol that make... View Article

Charity for jobless forms partnership with Derwentside Homes

North Durham housing provider, Derwentside Homes is celebrating another milestone by welcoming a new charity, which supports unemployed people to get back into work, to its business. Enterprise Durham Partnership (EnterpriseDP), which is a collaboration between East Durham Partnership and... View Article

Wulvern customers enjoy new homes

Rural living has become a reality for customers of local affordable housing provider Wulvern, who have just moved in to homes in idyllic Audlem. The development on Emberton Place and Cheshire Street, which comprises of ten new build bungalows, was... View Article
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