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News Archive - April/May 2018

Steven Holl Architects to design Angers Collectors Museum

Steven Holl Architects to design Angers Collectors Museum  » 

Steven Holl Architects, together with Compagine de Phalsbourg, has won the international design competition for the new Angers Collectors Museum and an adjacent hotel in the centre of the city of Angers in western France.

Durham County Council grants permission for Milburngate

Durham County Council grants permission for Milburngate  » 

Detailed planning permission has been granted for the construction of Milburngate, allowing for the creation of a new living, working and leisure destination in the heart of Durham on the banks of the River Wear.

Dexter Moren Associates announce plans for new boutique London hotel

Dexter Moren Associates announce plans for new boutique London hotel  » 

Dexter Moren Associates (DMA) have secured a second central London planning win for Dominvs Group with a new-build, 93 room boutique hotel located on Old Marylebone Road. The 2,743sq m hotel is being built on the site of a 1990s office building.

Redevelopment on Newcastle City Pool and Turkish Baths begins

Redevelopment on Newcastle City Pool and Turkish Baths begins  » 

Work has started on the redevelopment of the historic Grade II listed Newcastle City Pool and Turkish Baths in Newcastle upon Tyne.

Green light for arts-led regeneration of listed textile mills

Green light for arts-led regeneration of listed textile mills  » 

Hawkins\Brown has won detailed planning and listed building consent for its 130,000sq ft masterplan to regenerate a complex of grade II listed Victorian Mill buildings on the River Calder in Wakefield on behalf of City & Provincial Properties Investment.

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