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Garrard House new build element gets green light

Garrard House new build element gets green light

A former Halifax office building in central Reading will be given a new lease of life through plans approved at a planning committee last month. Garrard...
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Work begins on £700 million Middlewood Locks development

Work begins on £700 million Middlewood Locks development

Works have started on site for the first phases of £700 million Middlewood Locks development on the edge of Salford, near Manchester city centre. The...
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World's largest co-living scheme completes in west London

World's largest co-living scheme completes in west London

Work has completed on the world’s largest co-living scheme in Willesden, West London by ‘The Collective’. ‘The Collective at Old Oak’, delivered...
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Architectural Assistants claim top prizes at RIBA Design Contest

Architectural Assistants claim top prizes at RIBA Design Contest

Two of WCEC’s Architectural Assistants have received accolades at a recent design contest, hosted by the Royal Institute of British Architects...
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Retail and leisure destinations of the future

Retail and leisure destinations of the future

WCEC Architects CEO Ashley Turner comments on our Bond Street development in Chelmsford in Retail Focus http://www.retail-focus.co.uk/features/1916-under-one-roof The...
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Phase II of £9m Salford riverside regeneration plan gets the go-ahead

Phase II of £9m Salford riverside regeneration plan gets the go-ahead

Ambitious plans for the £9 million second phase of the acclaimed Riverside House development in Salford have been given the green light by city...
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Opinion piece: Off the shelf design is no longer relevant to retail says Andrew Dabbs

Opinion piece: Off the shelf design is no longer relevant to retail says Andrew Dabbs

Changing shopping trends and price wars have sent the UK’s supermarket chains on a rollercoaster ride that is showing no signs of slowing down...
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WCEC architectural assistants cherry picked for RIBA design competition

WCEC architectural assistants cherry picked for RIBA design competition

Two architectural assistants from WCEC have been selected to take part in the RIBA Northern Region Design Charrette, a one-day design competition...
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Why mipim matters; An opinion piece by Nick Riley

Why mipim matters; An opinion piece by Nick Riley

Last week saw the ‘who’s who’ of the property world descend on Cannes in the South of France for mipim. This annual property conference attracts...
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WCEC's Rachel Bentley shortlisted for European Award

WCEC's Rachel Bentley shortlisted for European Award

WCEC is delighted to announce that Project Architect Rachel Bentley has been shortlisted for the Best Woman Architect prize, at this year’s prestigious...
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WCEC is in the race again!

WCEC is in the race again!

WCEC will have a strong representation again at this year’s local Dronfield 10k road race and fun run, on Sunday 13th March. Twelve employees...
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Plans submitted for £35m Sheffield retail park

Plans submitted for £35m Sheffield retail park

Plans have been submitted by developer St James Securities for a £35m retail park in south Sheffield. The scheme, designed by WCEC Architects,...
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