Tower Works – Leeds

Tower Works, which sits next to the railway tracks in Holbeck, is one of the most historic buildings in Leeds. Founded by T.R Harding in 1864, the Globe Road site was originally a factory which made steel pins for carding and combing in Leeds’ thriving textile industry. The original buildings were designed by architect Thomas Shaw, and later Thomas Walter Harding, Harding’s son, commissioned William Bakewell to extend the works in 1899. Now part of the Holbeck Urban Village regeneration…

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Reading International Business Park

Plans have been submitted to turn Reading International Business Park into the premier office location on the M4 corridor. The planned work includes internal refurbishment, the terracotta panels on the outside given a new colour, a new parking deck and moving the restaurant from an external building known as The Dot, into the main building. The Dot and nearby Little Lea Cottage, a listed 17th Century farmhouse, could have new life as places of wellness and socialising. The Dot will…

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Waterside – Chesterfield

Chesterfield Waterside is an innovative and sustainable £340 million scheme and is currently the 47th largest regeneration project in the UK. The development has risen from the remains of the old Trebor factory and is a major mixed-use regeneration programme to the immediate north of the town centre. The site straddling the River Rother and Chesterfield Canal and alongside the A61 will provide a thriving and successful new part of the town centre. One Waterside Place is part of…

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