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Hirwaun and District

Here’s another batch of ‘lost streets’ from the census, electoral registers and other archives. Once again, if you can help us locate any of them on the ground, please get in touch. 108 more words

Cynon Valley

Lost Streets: Trecynon, Gadlys and Robertstown

Here’s an incomplete list of streets, rows, courts and other sites in Trecynon, Gadlys and Robertstown which we haven’t been able to locate ‘on the ground’. 224 more words

Cynon Valley

1975 Civil Engineering Graduates 40th Re-union

We were delighted to hear about another Heriot-Watt reunion the below report, written by Allan Hill, shows how important a lifelong alumni network can be. 429 more words

Alumni News

How to Study Physics in University

One of the most important things that I learnt during my first semester at university was that the way you studied in high school differed greatly to how you were supposed to study in university if you wanted keep up with the caliber of marks you had in high schools (A’s) or did not want to be stressing about passing the course at the end of the semester. 888 more words

Productivity

Roundup 6-26-2015

Transportation – Where Are They Going With This?

— No Plan Yet

After the initial leaks of information regarding the proposal for Hillsborough’s Transportation referendum, there was more detail last week (including this… 6,062 more words

Economic Development

Skills4Stem is building the world’s largest Lego tower in Great Britain

Skills4Stem will bring the Guinness World Record to Britain in the Autumn 2015 – by designing and building a unique 37 metre tall Lego tower. This global event will mark 30 years since London last held this brilliantly inventive world record. 318 more words

Creating Collaborative Environments..

I recently spoke about collaboration & leadership in the Built Environment at the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Strategic FM conference and I wanted to share this particular part of my presentation with you………. 324 more words