Developing St James Retail Park

23/06/2017

Chosen architects are seeing their hard work reach fruition as construction of a multi-million pound retail park begins a few miles from their headquarters.  St James Retail Park will serve southern Sheffield. 

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We have 15 BBQ Utensil Sets

23/06/2017

We have 15 BBQ Utensil Sets

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Revamped Flagship London store Niketown

21/06/2017

In line with the launch of the brand’s Hypervenom 3 football boot, Nike has transformed its flagship London store with a bold redesign featuring a number of innovative and unique features. Currently being modelled by some of world footballs deadliest strikers, the boot has been designed with a clear mantra – Cut. Strike. Score.

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First new build development at Wembley Park worth more than £90m

16/06/2017

The first two deals on Wembley framework have been landed worth more than £90m.  The new build development on plot W03 will provide 320,000 sq ft of residential and retail space.

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Construction growth rebounds to 17-month high

15/06/2017

Construction buyers have reported business rising at the fastest rate for 17 months.  The latest Markit/CIPS UK Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index rose to 56 in May – up sharply from April’s figure of 53.1. 

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Google submits plans for London ‘landscraper’ HQ

08/06/2017

Technology giant Google has submitted a planning application to Camden Council for its proposed King’s Cross Campus, intended to be the first wholly-owned and designed Google building outside the United States.  The building has been described as a “landscaper”, due to the fact that it is as long as London’s Shard is tall.

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Swansea's £500m city centre regeneration gets go-ahead

08/06/2017

A £500m regeneration of Swansea’s city centre looks set to proceed after being given the green light by councillors.  The city’s planning committee gave the go-ahead to redevelop the 11 ha site, which includes the St David’s shopping centre in the city centre.

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Peterborough shopping centre poised for £45 million modernisation

08/06/2017

Bosses of Serpentine Green, in Hargate Way, have unveiled plans for the modernisation of the southern section of the 19-year-old centre in a move that could provide 257 jobs. The development will involve the creation of 11,359 square metres of leisure attractions, an extra 1,848 square metres of restaurants and cafes plus an array of modern retail units and the creation of a town square for outdoor events.

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£275M Birmingham Mixed-use Scheme Revealed

02/06/2017

Plans are being drawn up for a £275m mixed-use scheme comprising more than 1,000 apartments in central Birmingham.  The proposals are for a development located on the former Monaco House site on Bristol Street, known as ‘New Monaco’.

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Cycling London to Brighton to raise funds for British Heart Foundation

02/06/2017

Our very own Bryson warehouse manager Garry Steel is fundraising for vital research into our most important muscle, the heart.  On the 18th June, he will be cycling from London to Brighton to do his part in raising money for British Heart Foundation. 

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