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Scottish Natural Heritage HQ office space comes to market

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Empty office space at the headquarters of Scottish Natural Heritage is to be made available to commercial tenants. Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) is to make available vacant floorspace within its award-winning headquarters building on a commercial basis for the first … Continue reading

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Duke opens new Ordnance Survey headquarters

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Earlier this week, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh officially opened the new Ordnance Survey headquarters in Southampton. The visit of The Duke of Edinburgh marks the official opening of the new building (pictured) that was completed earlier this year. … Continue reading

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Blackpool rock club sold for council offices scheme

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A well-known night club and rock venue in Blackpool has been purchased by the local council who plan to build new offices on the site. The Tache club (pictured – source) on Cookson Street has been purchased by Blackpool Council … Continue reading

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Manchester office refurb shortlisted for national award

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A refurbishment scheme that has transformed an old office block in Manchester has been shortlisted for a national construction award. The £27m refurbishment scheme by Ocon Construction of Piccadilly Gate (pictured – source) in Manchester, formerly known as Rail House, is shortlisted … Continue reading

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New tenants for Wales 1 Business Park

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New tenants are set to occupy offices at an expanding business park in Monmouthshire later this month. Charnwood Group, developers of the Wales 1 Business Park at Magor, Monmouthsire are expecting 2 new tenants to move in to brand new office space … Continue reading

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‘Topping out’ at Providence Place, West Bromwich

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The final brick has been laid during a ‘topping out’ ceremony at a new office building in West Bromwich. The 5-storey block at Providence Place (pictured) is the first new-build office in West Bromwich for more than 3 decades. Offering … Continue reading

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Future of war graves HQ uncertain

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The future of a landmark office block in Maidenhead remains uncertain after an application for listed status was declined. The imposing Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Headquarters building (pictured) is the subject of redevelopment plans. The CWGC consider the offices … Continue reading

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Wiltshire offices win another award

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Offices designed for Wiltshire Council have won a second design award this month. The Bourne Hill Offices scheme (pictured) in Salisbury has just been awarded a British Council for Offices (BCO) regional award for best ‘Refurbished/Recycled Workplace’. This follows the … Continue reading

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Public consultation on Durham’s “lump of hideous concrete”

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A landmark office building in Durham could be redeveloped as it nears the end of its working life. The Milburngate House (pictured) office building on a key site in Durham City Centre is set become unoccupied as current tenants the Identity … Continue reading

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Business hub for former Cornwall cattle market

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Construction work is set to start on a community building and business hub on the site of a former cattle market in Cornwall. Construction company Mansell, which specialises in community based projects, has announced it has been awarded the £1.7m … Continue reading

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