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King’s Cross expands with steel

FACT FILEP2 Building, King’s Cross, LondonMain client: King’s Cross Central Limited PartnershipArchitect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM)Main …

Hybrid design transforming the site of famous London department store

A £50M high-quality commercial and retail scheme is being created on the site of the former Pontings department store at 127 Kensington High Street, in west …

Second city landmark

A steel-framed solution has been chosen for the construction of 103 Colmore Row, which on completion will be Birmingham’s tallest office tower. Martin Cooper …

News in Brief September 2020

Willmott Dixon has been appointed by the LTE Group for a £54M contract to build the first phase of The Manchester College’s ambitious estates strategy, to …

Mega shed targets BREEAM ‘Excellent’

Tenders are being invited for construction of what will be one of the UK’s largest sheds, a four-storey, 213,000m² ‘mega shed’ to be built on the site …

Creative highlights

A large mixed-use scheme, with office space geared towards the creative industries, will transform a swathe of land on the edge of London’s Soho district, …

Commercial success stories

A steel-framed solution is the tried and tested method for creating high-rise and cost-effective commercial schemes throughout the UK. London has traditionally …

Contractor named for Sky expansion

Leading media company Sky has appointed ISG to build a new innovation centre at its campus in Osterley, West London. As the latest phase in the redevelopment …

Creative space aplenty at new Soho development

Soho Estates’ new Ilona Rose House Development is transforming a large swathe of land between London’s Charing Cross Road and Greek Street into a new …

Prime offices spur regional activity

Manchester’s commercial sector has seen record levels of activity in recent years and Eleven York Street is one of the projects set to complete this year. …

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