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Fresh new look for three Hilton Garden Inn hotels

Major renovation projects, which have seen brand new restaurants added to three of Valor Hospitality Europe’s Hilton Garden Inn hotels, are now complete. The Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre was the first of the three to unveil its new… Continue Reading →

Rhyl’s iconic Sky Tower has been rejuvenated to form the centrepiece of the Waterfront redevelopment

Work on transforming Rhyl’s Sky Tower into a light beacon is progressing at a pace, with the structure being lit up for the first time this week. The transformation of the Sky Tower forms a part of planned major regeneration… Continue Reading →

Grenfell cladding fire test verdict due next week

The industry will get a clear verdict next week on whether Grenfell-like cladding systems pass or fail stringent Building Regulation guidance for use on towers. BRE is about to start fire testing full-scale models of cladding systems to establish how combinations… Continue Reading →

Novus Apprentice applications hit an all time high

Novus Property Solutions is celebrating a record-breaking year for apprenticeships after over 1,500 people applied for the 28 places on offer at the national property maintenance, refurbishment, and new build contractor. The company’s nationwide search to find talented people looking… Continue Reading →

Northern lights inspire refurbishment for Glasgow’s Aurora Building

The reception of an iconic Glasgow office building has undergone a light-inspired makeover costing £380,000 and project managed by JLL. The Aurora Building, bought for £72.6m in 2015 underwent the refresh after its owners decided to modernise the buildings dated,… Continue Reading →

Monument refurbishment and expansion decision due today

Plans are mounting for The Monument in London to receive a £1.5 million refurbishment, which includes opening up Sir Christopher Wren’s underground laboratory for the first time in decades.  Standing over 200 feet tall and originally opened in 1677 to… Continue Reading →

Facelift for Piccadilly Gardens

LGIM Real Assets (L&G) has submitted a planning application for the improvement of Piccadilly gardens.  Its proposed £2m investment aims to transform the well-used public space and major City thoroughfare into a vibrant area that is more attractive and welcoming… Continue Reading →

Design team on board for Ten Street regen

Liverpool City Council has chosen HOW Planning and shedkm to establish the planning framework and development principles for the regeneration of the Ten Streets area in the city’s historic north docks. The production of a Spatial Regeneration Framework (SRF) will… Continue Reading →

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