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Could 'Listing' a pub cause it to close?

Today, the press announced that 21 public houses have been listed to prevent them from being demolished. This follows the despicable, but possibly legal actions of developers on the Maida Vale pub, the Carlton Tavern in April 2015. 539 more words

Planning

Small Spaces, Maximum Room Part 2

This weeks post illustrates another way that we have maximised the space in the new apartments sited in a pair of Grade 2 listed buildings on Wellington Square in Hastings. 292 more words

Conversion

Access for people with disabilities. What is ‘reasonable’?

For the disabled, particularly anyone in a wheelchair, gaining access to buildings and all their facilities can still be more than a little difficult in the UK. 794 more words

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Green Square Living Part Deux...

The feeling of satisfaction when a project reaches completion and a client is able to fully enjoy it without having to worry about all things construction, never dwindles. 58 more words

Conversion

Hidden Histories: Collier Brook Farm, Atherton

Collier Brook Farm in Atherton is in fact much older than it looks and than I originally thought. When walking past the former farmhouse recently, I noticed its rather sorry-looking state, so I decided to see what I could unearth about another piece of local history. 1,334 more words

History

The type of work we're getting.

We’ve had some interesting work in the office within the last few months, including remodelling houses in some of the more prestigious areas and designing a restaurant in Central Milton Keynes. 316 more words

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The Cottage, a seaside hideaway in North Yorkshire completes on site.

“Ian worked with us to maximise the potential of the very small rooms within our cottage and to overcome the physical constraints of the site. We are thrilled with the completed project and after many years of owning the property, it now finally feels like home!” 7 more words

Architecture