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Wigan Pier nightclub demolition marks the start of local regeneration

Work has begun on the demolition of The Wigan Pier Nightclub as part of a long-term project which will see Wigan Pier transformed into a community area. The 40-year-old nightclub building, which was popular with house and rave fans thro...

Read full article January 7, 2014

Hull City eyesore set to be demolished

Kingston House, a high-rise building in Hull City centre, is set to be demolished to make way for a new development site. Originally constructed in the 1960s, the building was originally intended to be part of a large complex in Bond Str...

Read full article January 6, 2014

Glasgow high-rise flats demolished

The Glasgow skyline is slowly being altered thanks to the demolition of a number of high-rise flats across the city. The demolition work, which began in 2005, has seen 40 high-rise tower blocks razed to the ground so far, including buil...

Read full article January 3, 2014

Demolition work begins on Winchester pub to make way for development

A demolition project has begun to remove the last remaining pub within a Winchester Estate. Winchester City Council, which is running the project, plans to construct 20 affordable homes on the demolition site. As well as this, the counc...

Read full article December 31, 2013

Demolition begins on Dundee Station

Demolition work has begun on Dundee Station despite fears that the project would be abandoned due to high winds. Wind with speeds of up to 60 mph has meant that many of the cranes earmarked for the operation could not be risked, which ha...

Read full article December 30, 2013

Hemsby beach homes to be demolished

Four beach homes in Hemsby are set for demolition after being seriously damaged during the tidal surge on 5 December. The four homes, located on The Marrams in Great Yarmouth, were all damaged overnight during the storm, with a further ...

Read full article December 27, 2013

Kingskerswell bypass demolition to begin on Christmas Day

Demolition of the Kingskerswell railway bridge, part of the construction of the £110 million South Devon Link Road, is due to begin first thing on Christmas Day. Devon County Council has said that the demolition work will affect th...

Read full article December 24, 2013

St Peters High School to be demolished in January

A derelict school in Londonderry is set to be demolished in the new year after being targeted in a number of arson and vandalism attacks. Representatives from the Derry Diocese have been in discussion with various bodies regarding the de...

Read full article December 23, 2013

Sir Chris Hoy's first velodrome to be demolished

Meadowbank velodrome in Edinburgh, the training ground where six-time Olympic gold medallist Sir Chris Hoy first trained, is to be demolished. The site is to be sold off to fund one of three regeneration project, which are currently bein...

Read full article December 18, 2013

Cockenzie Power Station demolition begins

A controlled explosion is set to destroy the distinctive chimneys at Cockenzie Power Station, which will be completely demolished over the next 18 months. Cockenzie Power Station had its four turbines shut down on March 15 in a move to a...

Read full article December 17, 2013