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Date set for next prison consultation, another chance to get inside
08 Jul 2015 Date set for next prison consultation, another chance to get inside

Shepton Mallet Journal
A date has been set for the second public consultation over the future of Shepton Mallet prison. City and Country, the development firm which acquired the prison for an undisclosed fee earlier in the...

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Development business – City and Country want visitors in prison in Gloucester
08 Jul 2015 Development business – City and Country want visitors in prison in Gloucester

South West Business
Empty cells at Gloucester Prison will be opened to the public as part of a consultation on its future use. Hundreds of families and former workers visited the prison in May to share their thoughts on...

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Classic large family homes
03 Jul 2015 Classic large family homes

The Jewish Chronicle
Stanmore’s stock in trade is large houses for raising families. Fitting this bill is Heathfield Lodge on Common Road. A Regency-style villa that will provide nearly 5,000 sq ft of living space,...

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On the Waterfront
01 Jul 2015 On the Waterfront

Bristol Life
There was a time when everyone simply lived in houses. The may have ranged dramatically in size and status, from back-to-back slum terraces to your actual palaces – but all were built with human...

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Hotel or flat plan for former Dorchester Prison unveiled
30 Jun 2015 Hotel or flat plan for former Dorchester Prison unveiled

BBC News
Plans to convert a former prison in Dorchester into a hotel or flats have been revealed at a public meeting. The predominantly Victorian structure was bought by heritage developer City & Country...

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See prison site plans
24 Jun 2015 See prison site plans

Dorset Echo
The developers of Dorchester’s prison site are set to share their initial plans at a consultation event next week City and Country will be holding its second public consultation event inside the...

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The kiss of life for fading landmarks
15 May 2015 The kiss of life for fading landmarks

Daily Express
Funding the NHS is likely to be a political hot potato now that the General Election is finally over but one partial solution to the £800million hospital sector deficit expected in 2016 is the sale...

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Somerset: Your say on the future of Shepton Mallet Prison
11 May 2015 Somerset: Your say on the future of Shepton Mallet Prison

Heart Radio Somerset
We are getting the chance to have a look around the UK’s oldest prison and help decide how it will be used in the future.  HM Prison Shepton Mallet closed two years ago it was bought by restoration...

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More Individual new properties launched for sale at The General
08 May 2015 More Individual new properties launched for sale at The General

The Bristol Magazine
In Autumn 2014 multi-award winning heritage developer City & Country opened the doors to The General – the landmark conversion of Bristol General Hospital. The character-filled homes are situated...

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Nursing a hospital back to health
08 May 2015 Nursing a hospital back to health

The Telegraph
When Gertrude Jekyll, one of Britain’s most celebrated garden designers, was invited to landscape the grounds of a country hospital at the turn of the last century, she set about creating an oasis...

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