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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL

06 May 2016

An architect is being sought for Lancaster city council to redevelop a key area in the centre of Lancaster. The local are looking for someone to analyse the area and pinpoint opportunities for the town moving forward, specifically focusing on a long term strategy of 25 years.

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ARCHITECT SOUGHT FOR HILL HOUSE VISITOR CENTRE

ARCHITECT SOUGHT FOR HILL HOUSE VISITOR CENTRE

28 April 2016

An architect is required for the National trust for Scotland to develop a temporary visitor centre, Hill house, Helensburgh. The project, expected to be complete in 2017 is aiming to increase visitor numbers and improve the ageing facilities.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE (UCLAN)

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL LANCASHIRE (UCLAN)

26 April 2016

UCLan are seeking an architect for a new student centre, the £56million project will see proposals for a new 7,560 m² student centre, which is to be built at Preston’s Adelphi roundabout, the project is part of UCLan’s £200million investment programme over the next decade to accommodate the growing numbers of students, which has placed UCLan in the top 20 in the UK in terms of student numbers.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WILLESDEN JEWISH CEMETERY, LONDON

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WILLESDEN JEWISH CEMETERY, LONDON

25 April 2016

The project will restore the 8 acre site, creating a new visitor centre, café etc. The contract notice states "The United Synagogue has won a round one pass from the Heritage Lottery Fund to prepare a round two grant application for the Willesden Cemetery Heritage Project by September 2017.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR KINGSTON RIVERSIDE REGENERATION

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR KINGSTON RIVERSIDE REGENERATION

21 April 2016

An architect is being sought to draw up a SPD (Supplementary Planning Document) for the royal borough of Kingston upon Thames for its new waterfront area. The plan will help revitalize a key area of the surrey market town, the Thames side zone, the £120,000 contract will run from 6-8 months.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR AN OVERALL OF THE FRENCH LYCÉE IN LONDON

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR AN OVERALL OF THE FRENCH LYCÉE IN LONDON

18 April 2016

An architect design team is required for a £12.5m renovation project of a South Kensington primary and secondary school, formally known as the Lycée Français Charles de Gaulle it currently has over 4,000 pupils and is over 100 years old.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR A £10M MANCHESTER MUSEUM EXPANSION

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR A £10M MANCHESTER MUSEUM EXPANSION

13 April 2016

An architect is being sought for the University of Manchester to deliver a new exhibition gallery within the museum and is due to be completed in 2020.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR KENSINGTON SCIENCE MUSEUM

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR KENSINGTON SCIENCE MUSEUM

05 April 2016

The museum of science is on the hunt for an architect to create a new space on the fourth and fifth floor of the Kensington building which is intended for events The contract notices states ‘the facility should evoke the spirit of the museum and capitalise on the spectacular views across the London skyline.’

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WEDGWOOD INSTITUTE, STOKE

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR WEDGWOOD INSTITUTE, STOKE

01 April 2016

An architect is being sought by the Princes regeneration trust to overhaul the Grade II listed building the Wedgwood institute and is expected to be completed in 2018.

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ARCHITECT WANTED FOR £40M SOUTHEND MUSEUM

ARCHITECT WANTED FOR £40M SOUTHEND MUSEUM

31 March 2016

A new project has arisen in Southend on sea, the council are looking for an architect to deliver a new £40m seafront museum The project will deliver a new of key facilities including restaurants, cafes, shops, carpark in addition to the museum. The expected completion date will be in 2019.

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