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Couple’s bunker plan
17 Dec 2015 Couple’s bunker plan

The Oxford Times - Property
A retired couple who snapped up a former Second World War bunker, plan to let it to tenants, before moving in themselves. Jackie and Paul Morrow fell for the 1939 air raid shelter, built on the former...

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Casamia to open Paco Tapas and Pi Shop at The General
16 Dec 2015 Casamia to open Paco Tapas and Pi Shop at The General

Hospitality and Catering News
Casamia, the Sunday Times’ fourth Best Restaurant in the UK, will be opening two new Bristol restaurants in the New Year. The Michelin starred fine dining restaurant is currently relocating to...

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Finding new life for a Victorian property
11 Dec 2015 Finding new life for a Victorian property

International New York Times
Finding new life for a Victorian property A residential turn awaits Edinburgh building, with original features retained “Everyone comments on Donaldson’s, it’s magnificent.” ...

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A Castle has been found under prison’s basketball court
08 Dec 2015 A Castle has been found under prison’s basketball court

The Times
More details have been revealed about the castle ‘similar to the Tower of London’ which lies beneath the basketball court at Gloucester Prison. The keep walls of the Norman castle have been...

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Towering high
27 Nov 2015 Towering high

Bristol Property Live
Located in the General’s iconic octagonal tower, these homes are some of the best that the landmark developer has to offer says Larry Day Located in the astounding redevelopment of Bristol’s...

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Casamia to open two more restaurants
17 Nov 2015 Casamia to open two more restaurants

The Caterer
Casamia to open two more restaurants. Michelin-starred restaurant Casamia is to open two more Bristol venues in the new year. The restaurant, which is currently re-locating from Westbury-on-Trym to...

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Inquiry into 11th Century priory plans set to reopen after ruling
15 Nov 2015 Inquiry into 11th Century priory plans set to reopen after ruling

East Anglian Daily Times
A scheme for a large residential development at St Osyth’s historic Priory is set to go back in front of a planning inspector. The move comes after the Secretary of State for Communities and Local...

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Prison's Future - Date is set for new talks
12 Nov 2015 Prison's Future - Date is set for new talks

Shepton Mallett Journal
The date has been set for the third consultation over the future of Shepton Mallett prison. The developer which owns the prison, City and Country, has confirmed that it will be presenting its preferred...

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Society's stake in jail site plans
04 Nov 2015 Society's stake in jail site plans

Dorset Echo
Dorchester Civic Society has vowed to take a ‘positive and proactive approach’ to engaging with developers as proposals emerge for town’s former prison site. Last September the society...

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City & Country launch historic harbourside properties in former hospital’s octagonal tower, as restoration to the Ogee Dome begins
01 Nov 2015 City & Country launch historic harbourside properties in former hospital’s octagonal tower, as restoration to the Ogee Dome begins

The Bristol Magazine
At the remarkable transformation of Bristol’s former General Hospital continues, City & Country has launched an exclusive collection of ingeniously designed homes situated in the Hospital’s...

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