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Belgrave flyover demolition expected to cause disruption

Demolition of the Belgrave flyover in Leicester is expected to cause disruption as the planned start date draws closer. Demolition contractors will be carrying out the work on the flyover, which will be in the form of either a nine week...

Read full article January 29, 2014

Demolition work begins on multi-million pound office development

The demolition of Imperial House in Alma Road, Windsor, has begun as part of a £100 million office block and car park project. Developer Salmon Harvester Properties Ltd (SHP) has begun work on the project in order to cement planni...

Read full article January 28, 2014

Flat of murdered teen set to be demolished

An application has been submitted to demolish the former home of murdered teenager Nikitta Grender, who was found dead in her home in 2011. The demolition application was submitted by Newport city Homes and covers the demolition of two f...

Read full article January 27, 2014

Leicester Square's Odeon cinema set to be demolished

Westminster City Council have confirmed that plans to knock down one of Leicester Square's oldest cinemas have been approved. The Odeon cinema in Leicester Square, which originally opened in 1930 and survived bombing in the Second ...

Read full article January 22, 2014

Demolition begins on Gloucester Golden Egg eyesore

Work on the demolition of a well-known eyesore in Gloucester begun this week. The Golden Egg building in Kings Square, which has laid derelict for ten years, is being demolished as part of a redevelopment of the local shopping centre....

Read full article January 21, 2014

De Montfort student union demolition begins

A £90 million regeneration of De Montfort University has begun with the demolition of the university's former student union. Vice chancellor, professor Dominic Shellard, marked the beginning of the project, which will see the...

Read full article January 20, 2014

Flood-hit Spencer Court in Newburn set for demolition

A block of flats on Newburn's Spencer Court has been earmarked for imminent demolition after floods caused irreversible damage. Block B, the second of Spencer Court's blocks to be damaged by flooding in September 2012, is set t...

Read full article January 15, 2014

Bedford Town Hall demolition work begins

Two multi-million pound projects, which include the demolition of Bedford Town Hall, are set to begin later in January. Demolition work on both the Town Hall and the new Bedford Bus Station is due to start on 27 January and will become t...

Read full article January 14, 2014

Newport's Capitol car park demolished

Newport's Capitol car park has been destroyed in a controlled explosion as part of a local redevelopment project. The demolition, which lasted only six seconds, required 35 kilograms of explosives stored in 750 holes and two weeks o...

Read full article January 13, 2014

Skegness Victorian building set for demolition

One of Skegness' best-known Victorian buildings is set to be demolished after East Lindsey District Council found "no viable" use for it. Skegness Inn on the Park, located in Tower Gardens, was built in 1879 and was run a...

Read full article January 8, 2014