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It’s never too late to learn, says 57 year old bricklayer
08 May 2017 It’s never too late to learn, says 57 year old bricklayer

For Ian Fisher, 57, a bricklayer by trade for many years, it was a case of “never too late to learn” after he recently completed a traditional building skills course in flint walling, part funded by City & Country’s Traditional Skills Bursary Scheme.

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Unique Construction Opportunities Available at Donaldson’s
05 May 2017 Unique Construction Opportunities Available at Donaldson’s

City & Country is inviting Edinburgh’s construction industry to contact them about the wide ranging work opportunities at Donaldson’s.

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City & Country Opens Doors to Gloucester Prison
23 Mar 2017 City & Country Opens Doors to Gloucester Prison

Gloucester Prison will be open to the public after City & Country, owner of the site, agreed plans that will see the former prison used temporarily as a visitor attraction.

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Further growth expected as demand for Bristol property continues
16 Mar 2017 Further growth expected as demand for Bristol property continues

Bristol is continuing to set the pace for house price growth nationwide and the local economic outlook suggests it will remain one of the country’s property hotspots for a number of years to come.

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City & Country First to Convert UK Prisons to Residential Use Following Planning Permission at Dorchester Prison
15 Mar 2017 City & Country First to Convert UK Prisons to Residential Use Following Planning Permission at Dorchester Prison

Dorchester Prison will be transformed into a range of new homes after City & Country secured planning permission to redevelop the historic site.

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Historic Artefacts More Than 100 Years Old Uncovered At King Edward VII Estate
22 Feb 2017 Historic Artefacts More Than 100 Years Old Uncovered At King Edward VII Estate

A range of fascinating items dating back as far as 1912 have been uncovered during works to convert King Edward VII Estate near Midhurst.

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Redevelopment of Category A Listed Donaldson’s Moves Closer
15 Feb 2017 Redevelopment of Category A Listed Donaldson’s Moves Closer

The next chapter for one of Edinburgh’s most recognisable buildings has moved closer, as restoration specialists City & Country continue to transform Donaldson’s on Haymarket into 112 characterful new homes.

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Plans to Convert Former Shepton Mallet Prison Approved
13 Feb 2017 Plans to Convert Former Shepton Mallet Prison Approved

Plans to convert Shepton Mallet Prison, the oldest prison in the UK before its closure in 2013, into 146 new homes, café and museum space have been approved.

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Progress continues at The General with new homes planned for former Laboratory, Museum and Chapel
10 Feb 2017 Progress continues at The General with new homes planned for former Laboratory, Museum and Chapel

Further unique new homes are planned for Bristol’s former General Hospital as this major restoration moves into its next phase.

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Paco Tapas Opens at The General, Completing Trio of High Quality Waterside Restaurants
01 Dec 2016 Paco Tapas Opens at The General, Completing Trio of High Quality Waterside Restaurants

Sanchez Brothers has officially opened the much anticipated Paco Tapas, completing their exciting trio of waterside restaurants at The General.

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