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Crime does pay – if it’s in aid of charity
01 Jul 2017 Crime does pay – if it’s in aid of charity

Mendip Times
Almost £20,000 has been raised for charity by “inmates” who spent 24 hours inside Shepton Mallet prison. Organised by SOS Africa, a charity based in the town, people were invited...

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Home is where the art is now
02 Jun 2017 Home is where the art is now

Daily Express
It has taken five years to restore the 1920s Arts and Crafts gardens at the National Trust’s 19th century property Standen. The 12-acre garden, with views over the rolling countryside of the High...

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First time buyer moves to The General
01 Jun 2017 First time buyer moves to The General

Bristol Property Live
The success of The General, the newest development from City & Country, has not gone unnoticed. The heritage property developers have undertaken the huge task of completely restoring and converting...

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Luxurious extras appeal to investors
26 May 2017 Luxurious extras appeal to investors

The Times (online)
In a world where new-build housing is increasingly maligned as an undesirable option, how can a flat in a development become an investment? According to the experts: when it is part of an historic building...

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The Iron Foundry - Winner of Best Out-of London Home at The London Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2017
24 May 2017 The Iron Foundry - Winner of Best Out-of London Home at The London Evening Standard New Homes Awards 2017

London Evening Standard Homes & Property
Our 2017 New Homes Awards champion excellence across the housing spectrum – from concept starter flats and flexible family homes to fantastic lofts and swish new mansions. Judged by readers from...

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Top building award for ‘masterful’ scheme giving Bristol’s former General Hospital a new lease of life
12 May 2017 Top building award for ‘masterful’ scheme giving Bristol’s former General Hospital a new lease of life

Bristol Business News
The restoration and conversion of Bristol’s former General Hospital has landed a major property award before it is finished. Called The General, the project let by Essex-based specialist developer,...

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Developers put the cat out – for good
30 Apr 2017 Developers put the cat out – for good

The Sunday Times
Luxury housing developments are everywhere today the King Edward VII Estate in West Sussex has a feature that makes it exceptional: a “cat line”. The line divides the 162 apartments, duplexes...

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Strict rules for King Edward VII tuberculosis patients a hundred years ago
03 Apr 2017 Strict rules for King Edward VII tuberculosis patients a hundred years ago

Midhurst Observer
The year was 1910 and at the ground-breaking Kind Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst, patients waited hopefully to be cured of tuberculosis. The hospital had been opened four years earlier by the king himself...

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Disused prison to become haven for visitors
29 Mar 2017 Disused prison to become haven for visitors

Gloucester Punchline
The former Gloucester Prison is set to become the city’s latest visitor attraction. The disused jail is owned by specialist developers City & Country who plan to turn it into homes. But...

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Bristol - The Best Place to Live 2017
19 Mar 2017 Bristol - The Best Place to Live 2017

The Sunday Times
Congratulations, Bristol. It’s the obvious choice in so many ways: a small city that feels like a big city, handily placed for seaside and scenery, but hardly cut off from the rest of the country. There...

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