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Tate Modern and architects Herzog & de Meuron have revealed their revised plans for the £215m development of the museum. The original design – which resembled ... More
The design for a new six-hectare (14.83 acre) park alongside the Royal Canal in the centre of Dublin has been unveiled. The Royal Canal Linear ... More
Developer Stanhope and its partner, asset management company Schroders, have been given the green light for their plans to redevelop Croydon Gateway in south London. ... More
The YES! project in Rotherham, billed as the largest covered leisure, entertainment and sports destination in Europe, has received the approval of the Rotherham Metropolitan ... More
A new leisure development in Louth, Lincolnshire, is set to be powered by renewable energy sources. East Lindsey District Council has confirmed that a number ... More
Cornwall may become home to a new ecologically sustainable five-star hotel complex if the developer, Roseland Peninsula Homes, is successful in its planning application. The ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
Arora International Hotels has opened its £180m five-star Sofitel London Heathrow – the first hotel to open at the airport's Terminal 5 (T5). The 605-bedroom ... More
Plans for a new £30m main stand at Edgbaston cricket ground in Birmingham have taken a step forward with the appointment of an engineering company. ... More
Londoners have been given their chance to redesign the Olympic Park after the 2012 Olympics. A month-long consultation held by the London Development Agency (LDA) ... More
Whitstable Castle Park is in line for a major transformation following a major funding boost. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and Big Lottery Fund 'Parks ... More
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has published its annual report and accounts for the year 2007-8. In the report, the ODA reveals that it has ... More
Lancaster City Council has given the go ahead for a new £20m sports centre to be built at the Lancaster University. To be built on ... More
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FreeMotion Fitness
Aylesbury Vale District Council has appointed Willmott Dixon to construct the £35m Aylesbury Waterside Theatre. The new theatre, designed by architects RHWL, is due to ... More
Merlin Entertainments Group is to unveil a US$55m (£27.6m, AUD$56.4m, 37.4m euro) Madame Tussauds wax museum in Hollywood, USA, next spring. The three-storey, 40,000sq ft ... More
A plan to revive Durham's historic Riverbanks Gardens will be put forward at a public meeting later this month. Durham City Vision has drawn up ... More
Plans have been announced to build a new £70m world wildlife reserve in Bristol, south-west England. The proposed 55-hectare National Wildlife Conservation Park (NWCP) will ... More
The Arena Leisure Centre in Camberley, Surrey, is to undergo a £1.7m refurbishment. The project is the result of a partnership between the centre's owners, ... More
Village Hotels is to open its Village South Leeds hotel in Tingley, Yorkshire, this September as part of its £60m investment strategy. The £20m property ... More
FIBO Exhibition
FIBO Exhibition
Three historic attractions have received a major funding boost after the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) confirmed over £16m of grants. The announcement was made as ... More
Work on the £4m refurbishment of William Penn Leisure Centre in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, has been delayed due to a dispute between the client - Three ... More
Leisure trust Tone Leisure has appointed Alliance Leisure to fund and project manage the redevelopment of three of its managed sites. The regeneration work will ... More
The Art House, a £3m centre for visual artists in Wakefield, Yorkshire, will be formally opened by culture secretary Andy Burnham on Monday 7 July. ... More
Plans for Liverpool Football Club’s new 60,000-seat stadium in Stanley Park have finally got the go-ahead following five-years in the planning. The £350m development, which ... More
Plans to build a £25m rugby stadium in St Helens, Merseyside, is due to receive approval from the Government Office for the North West this ... More
Broxbournebury Mansion in Hertfordshire could be converted into a luxury hotel. The privately owned building is the subject of a revised planning application, already approved ... More
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