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South Tyneside Council has appointed Esh Construction to deliver the £3.2m restoration of the historic North Marine Park on South Shields’ seafront.
Morgan Sindall has been selected for all of the University of Oxford framework lots, through which the university is expecting £150m of construction work.
Northern Powerhouse minister, Jake Berry unveiled nearly £4m of new investment into Grimsby as part of the next phase of its pioneering Town Deal.
Handheld scanners have allowed a site team to deliver as-built representations of an art deco skyscraper in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, four times faster than traditional methods.
Higgins has officially handed over the mixed tenure development, St Bernard’s Gate in the London Borough of Ealing to Housing Association, Catalyst.
Kier has announced a significant heritage contract win after being appointed by hub West Scotland to carry out the pre-construction phase of the £22m transformation of the Paisley Town Hall.
Wates Group’s construction of a £28m underground gallery and main entrance to London’s V&A Museum presented enormous challenges – but also brought huge rewards.
The Inverness Castle project has taken a step forward as the architect and creative director are appointed, leading the way for the transformation to begin.
Weston Homes has acquired the Grade II listed Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot to deliver a £60m residential conversion project.
Barbara Cummins, director of heritage at Historic Environment Scotland, discusses the new planning policy for Scotland.
Laser scans of Paris’ Notre Dame captured by the late Professor Andrew Tallon could help restore the cathedral which was partially destroyed by a fire on 15 April.
Vinci has suggested that all construction companies in France join forces to rebuild the Notre Dame, after the historic cathedral was ravaged by a fire yesterday (15 April).
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) published its new Historic Environment Policy for Scotland (HEPS) which will be used by decision-makers in Scotland, the new planning policy will take effect from 1 May.
The circumstances surrounding the two fires at the Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh Building should be the subject of a public inquiry, says government committee.
York Museums Trust have appointed the team that will work on the initial design phase of a major redevelopment at York Castle Museum, including Alison Brooks Architects and BuroHappold Engineering.
Willmott Dixon Interiors have been chosen to transform key areas of the iconic National Gallery in London.
Buildings at risk range from those that are virtually on the point of collapse to those that are vacant, but can also be inhabited buildings.
Ian Streets, managing director of About Access, looks at how the heritage market can meet the needs of disabled customers.
Lendlease has beaten rival Laing O’Rourke for the £330m contract to refurbish the Manchester Town Hall despite also being embroiled in a Grenfell-style cladding row.
Work on St Albans Cathedral has entered a new phase, as Thomas Sinden is appointed principal contractor for the expansion and renovation of one of the nation’s highest-profile Cathedrals.
Selectaglaze is the acknowledged specialist and market leader in the design, manufacture and installation of secondary window systems.
The Victorian Society has released their annual Top 10 Endangered Buildings List which recognises at-risk Victorian and Edwardian buildings and structures throughout England and...
Lincoln is using a purpose-built online heritage database to help planners, developers and property owners understand the city’s historic environment while protecting its rich heritage. Kieron Manning of the City of Lincoln Council and Annabel Enriquez of the Getty Conservation Institute discuss the project’s development
Leading planning consultancy Turley has acquired Cambridge-based planning and heritage specialist Beacon Planning Ltd.
On 9 April Southbank’s Queen Elizabeth Hall is set to open its doors to the public for the first time since closing for refurbishment at the end of 2015
Built environment professionals gathered at RIBA North in Liverpool for an event dedicated to the regeneration of waterfront environments through urban and landscape design