Resiblock and Devon County Council team up once more

Devon County Council has once again put its faith in Resiblock to deliver Paving Prevention as part of its Okehampton Block Paving Scheme. The £32,000 scheme was launched to repair paving areas in Okehampton’s Town Centre, and following the previous... View Article

GreeenBlue Urban puts down roots in Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Councils’ Master Plan was to redevelop and regenerate land in and around Bletchley Town Centre building on the opportunities created by the development of east-west rail and the work undertaken in the Bletchley Fixing the Links project a... View Article

Heradesign proves it’s tough enough inside and out

The Albion Street neighbourhood in Southwark, London is undergoing an extensive regeneration programme. A new school building for Albion Primary fulfils a central function in helping achieve the council’s ambitious plan. The Ofsted Outstanding rated school has expanded and is... View Article

Completion of University of Nottingham’s Advanced Manufacturing Building

Bond Bryan are delighted with the successful completion of the University of Nottingham’s Advanced Manufacturing Building. Bond Bryan worked in partnership with the University of Nottingham to expand their Faculty of Engineering and reflect their position as a beacon within manufacturing research. This new facility... View Article

What’s the story? A full house (of toilets)…

A new multi-arts centre heralded as transforming the cultural landscape is already reaping the results of its inclusive approach. Storyhouse in Chester is a £37million facility, mainly funded by Cheshire West & Chester Council, combining library, two theatres, a cinema,... View Article

Efficient access for high speed rail students

A state-of-the-art training facility, the National College for High Speed Rail in Birmingham has just opened its impressive TORMAX automatic revolving entrance doors, welcoming in the first cohort of high speed rail apprentices and learners.   Powered by the technologically... View Article

Remmers repair Bawdsey Radar Station

Built in 1938 and protected by Concrete Blast Walls, Bawdsey Radar Station was the world’s first operational radar station. The walls had decayed steadily since the building was vacated in 1991, leaving the top layer of reinforcement exposed to the... View Article

Gerflor to the rescue with DIY SOS

Being able to change someone’s life or circumstances for the better is a mission that TV’S Nick Knowles and his DIY SOS crew’ have been on since 1999. In a special Children in Need episode the DIY SOS went to... View Article

Patel Taylor unlocks a historic area of Wapping

An area of London that has been out of bounds for more than two centuries is getting a new lease of life. Patel Taylor, on behalf of St George, is transforming London Dock in Wapping into a mixed-use development that... View Article

V&A Dundee Opening announced

V&A Dundee, Scotland’s first design museum, will open to the public on Saturday 15 September 2018. It will be the only V&A museum in the world outside London: an international centre for design, a place of inspiration, discovery and learning. Visitors... View Article

tp bennett completes refurbishment of former KPMG HQ

Tp bennett has completed the refurbishment of a 155,000 sq ft office building at 8 Salisbury Square in London. The former KPMG headquarters, located in a peaceful pocket behind Fleet Street, has been redesigned to deliver Grade A commercial office space with... View Article

Vauxhall Cross Island, London

“The design responds to Lambeth Council’s aspirations for a district centre for Vauxhall by creating a vibrant new public square adjacent to the busy rail, underground and bus interchange. The proposal also accommodates TfL’s existing plans to upgrade the traffic... View Article

Historic Chocolate Works preserved with Sika Sarnafil

Eight years after being put on the ‘At Risk’ register by English Heritage, the landmark Terry’s Chocolate Factory has a new lease of life, following extensive refurbishment. The 1926, Grade II listed building now starts a new chapter as a care... View Article