Latest News : 2016
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The Arthur Rank Hospice has opened to patients after work has completed on the £10.5 million state-of-the-art Arthur Rank Hospice, a new 24-bed facility for the Cambridge based end of life care charity.
The shelter has been constructed using low carbon, recycled materials where suitable to reflect the UEA’s sustainability aspirations, while some of the seats take the form of swing seats, providing an element of fun to the waiting time.
The project, which was constructed in just 62 weeks, achieves a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating and further supports the UEA’s environmental policies and carbon reduction plans to promote sustainable design.
The recently completed refurbishment project increases bed capacity and provides some overnight stay with parent overnight stay.
The Centre is to provide information and support to the 50,000 residents that live within a 15 mile radius of Halesworth providing an important resource for those with cancer or any other life threatening illness and their families nearer to home.
Norwich’s Planning Committee approves plans to redevelop the decommissioned telephone repeater station at 70 Westwick Street to provide 42 high quality, one- and two-bedroom apartments, with associated amenity areas, car, and cycle parking.
Working with our client the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, we have gained planning consent for some significant alterations to the Trust’s visitor centre at Hickling Broad.
The Job Swap scheme aims to facilitate better communication and collaboration between contractors and architects at an earlier stage in the project life cycle.