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Parliament restoration programme: planning applications submitted for Northern Estate

A series of planning applications for Parliament’s Northern Estate, the group of buildings along Parliament Street and Whitehall, have now been submitted to Westminster City Council for determination. The plans are the essential first step to enable the restoration and ...

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Restoration plan

Sharmin Akter, Managing Director, Total Solutions Group offers advice on fire and flood damage restoration Fire and water damage can have a very significant effect on your company and your employees, both financially and socially. Regularly assessing risks, and taking ...

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Listless Work

In its cover features FMJ often reports on buildings that have specialist requirements. And over the past few months there has been no shortage of buildings that are listed. But the focus has never been about that specifically, so this ...

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A library not doing things by the book

What is the top tourist attraction in Liverpool? Anfield Stadium? The Cavern Club? Mendips, John Lennon’s childhood home? None of the above. According to Tripadvisor, it’s the newly-refurbished Central Library, located in the centre of the city whose population is ...

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Turner & Townsend to cultivate Kew’s £34.3m Victorian glasshouse restoration

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew has secured a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant of £14.7m for the restoration of the historic Temperate House at Kew Gardens to enable vital conservation of the Grade One listed heritage building, the largest Victorian ...

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It pays to restore rather than replace and will help reduce waste

Alan Lewin, business development director of ServiceMaster Clean, explains how regularly maintaining and restoring your facilities can actually help save you money. Facilities managers can deliver significant cost savings to their organisations, as well as environmental benefits, by reviewing waste ...

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Olympic dividend signals

The influence of the Olympic Games in attracting new investment to east London has seen two organisations join forces to deliver a

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Young campers restore UK’s Cathedrals

This summer young people will be touring UK's cathedrals, chapels and churches in a bid to protect and restore UK faith buildings, as part of CSV's Cathedral Camps volunteering summer programme.

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