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As urban spaces for sport and leisure become increasingly difficult to secure, local authorities and private investors will soon need to take an innovative approach to utilising existing plots. Gary Johnson, director of sport and leisure at LK2, explains how maximising the land often left unused at facilities such as racecourses, could be key to increased development and new income streams for those already in the leisure sector.

Utilising the potential of racecourses

As urban spaces for sport and leisure become increasingly difficult to secure, local authorities and private investors will soon need to take an innovative approach to utilising existing plots. Gary Johnson, director of sport and leisure at LK2, explains how... View Article

Catesby Tunnel project awarded government funding

A unique project to build a world-class aerodynamic testing facility in a Victorian-era railway tunnel in Northamptonshire has been awarded £4.2million in government funding. The contribution towards the Catesby Aero Research Facility has been agreed by the South East Midlands... View Article

Knauf AMF provide world class acoustic design

The R&A worldwide golf governing body based at St Andrews, has a purpose-built equipment testing centre, Allan Robertson House. The building accommodates the R&A’s Equipment Standards Department and offers world class testing and research facilities. The new building utilises the... View Article

Preferred developer announced for Bilston Urban Village site

City of Wolverhampton Council has named its preferred developer to deliver a multi-million-pound housing scheme at Bilston Urban Village. Award-winning home builder and regeneration specialist Countryside Properties is currently undertaking site investigations on the brownfield landsouth of Bilston town centre and... View Article

UXUS Bloomingdale’s Concept Charms Kuwait

Bloomingdale’s opens its second international location in Kuwait, a collaboration between Al Tayer Insignia and design firm UXUS. The winning collaboration delivers a next-level luxury experience by weaving together hospitality, retail and service. Opened March 15, 2017, the iconic American department store... View Article
Robertson Northern is nearing completion on two student accommodation developments worth £8.5million for the University of Highlands and Islands and Cityheart. The new residences are due to open in Elgin and Inverness this August, which will provide homes for 190 students in the Highlands during term time.

Robertson nears completion of £8.5m student accommodation

Robertson Northern is nearing completion on two student accommodation developments worth £8.5million for the University of Highlands and Islands and Cityheart. The new residences are due to open in Elgin and Inverness this August, which will provide homes for 190... View Article
Consultants Douglas Wheeler Associates and architects Austin-Smith:Lord have been appointed by Midlothian Council to work with the people of Penicuik to draw up proposals for the heritage regeneration of the town.

Penicuik regeneration consultation announced

Consultants Douglas Wheeler Associates and architects Austin-Smith:Lord have been appointed by Midlothian Council to work with the people of Penicuik to draw up proposals for the heritage regeneration of the town. The work, which has been made possible through a... View Article

Oastler on course for top gong

An AHR-designed university campus was named Best Education Building at the West Yorkshire Local Authority Building Control (LABC) awards. The Oastler Building, which received a royal opening by the Duke of York in April, will now compete for a top... View Article
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