Lincoln Castle Visitor Centre & Renovation
Lincoln Castle Revealed is an ambitious restoration of this building that dates from 1068. Some £22m has been spent on the Castle between 2011-15 revealing the restored Lincoln Castle in time to celebrate Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary in 2015.
Lambeth Palace, on the south bank of the River Thames opposite Parliament, has been a historic London residence of Archbishops of Canterbury since the 13th Century. It acts as a home for the Archbishop and his family when in London - and as the central office for his national and international ministry.
The new gallery, which is due to open in 2018, will be accessible from a new stair and lift tower at the east end of the church. This will be the Abbey’s most significant addition since 1745, providing entry to what will be called The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Galleries. The Abbey, which has been the setting for every coronation since 1066, has also held 16 royal weddings - including the Cambridges' in 2011. It holds the largest collection of figure sculpture from early Tudor England, with 96 of the original 107 from the 16th century still remaining.
University of Lincoln
The extension to the AAD Building will offer significant investment in improving facilities for Art and Design students on Brayford Campus. Part of the University’s Estates Masterplan, the vision for the building will be to unite courses taught within the Cathedral Campus to those at the main Brayford Campus.
Deans Sport & Leisure
The Deans Building at Lincoln College is a new sports & leisure facility complete with a large conference and meeting room, a range of breakout rooms and a sports hall that can accommodate large events.
Following the success of a Heritage Lottery Fund application in 2013, a £6.3 million project will see this "Building At Risk" undergo substantial repair and restoration works over the next 18 months. The Delapre Abbey Preservation Trust will be working with Northampton Borough Council and the Friends of Delapre Abbey to involve the community and volunteers in the restoration project with a number of open days and education projects planned to take place.
Charnwood College has a 50 acre campus, with extensive sports facilities including a swimming pool, two gymnasiums, two work-out gyms, a 3G pitch (formerly a dry play pitch), a spate dry play pitch, two tennis courts and three multisports halls. It also has multiple specialist teaching blocks and extensive IT equipment.
Kelham Hall was sold in 2014 to a private company Kelham Hall Ltd who previously held a temporary leasehold in the ground floor. Newark & Sherwood District Council will be moving out of Kelham Hall into a new building close to Newark town centre in 2017.
Marble Hall, Derby
Work has now begun on turning the site, known as Marble Hall, into a community hub for Osmaston, with a nursery, day-care centre, health services, offices, and a cafe.
THE country’s leading homeware specialist has chosen Croydon as the home for its first concerted break into the London market. Dunelm, which outsells IKEA and John Lewis for homeware goods nationally, has 142 stores across the UK but fairly sparse provision in the south east.
St. Nicholas Chapel, King's Lynn
St Nicholas Chapel is now full of scaffolding as work on a £2.3 million project to preserve and adapt the building into a modern community hub continues...