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Demolition work begins on £48m Bolton interchange site

Demolition has started on the site of Bolton's new £48 million transport interchange, with an expected completion date to be early in 2014. The work, which is being carried out but contractors MJ Finnigan, follows a number of...

Read full article December 16, 2013

Demolition marks the start of £34m school construction

Demolition work has begun at James Gillespie's High School building in Marchmont, Edinburgh, marking the start of a £34million regeneration project. Upon completion of the project, which is expected by summer 2016, the High S...

Read full article December 11, 2013

Demolition begins at site of Ricky Gervais' 'The Office'

Builders have begun demolition work at Crossbow House in Slough, the site of Wernham Hogg Paper Company in Ricky Gervais' hit comedy The Office. The Office, which became one of the most successful British sitcoms in history, launche...

Read full article December 10, 2013

Peterborough United begins Moy's End demolition

Demolition work has begun at Peterborough United's stadium on the Moy's End stand, one of the last remaining terraces in professional English football. The Moy's End stand demolition work should be complete by Christmas 20...

Read full article December 9, 2013

Reading 'eyesore' demolition set to begin

The demolition of a "long-standing community eyesore" on Southampton Street in Reading is set to begin on Wednesday. The derelict buildings located on the corner of the street have been an "eyesore for too many years"...

Read full article December 4, 2013

Demolition begins on Battersea gasholders

Work has begun on the demolition of a number of disused gasholders located next to Battersea Power Station. The site, which was decommissioned in 2012, was no longer used due to advancements in the gas network and storage methods, leavin...

Read full article December 3, 2013

Glasgow housing demolished in controlled explosion

A block of flats in Glasgow has been brought down in a controlled explosion by the Glasgow Housing Association. Located on Rosemount Street, Glasgow, the flats had been part of the city skyline since 1968 but required demolishing as part...

Read full article December 2, 2013

Demolition of Northampton gasholder begins

Demolition work has begun on the northern area of the Northampton gasholder site as part of a regeneration project. Once demolished, the site will become part of a redevelopment, which will see in introduction of a new office scheme lea...

Read full article November 27, 2013

Hackney terrace demolished after structural threat spotted

A row of terrace houses in Hackney are undergoing urgent demolition after a member of the public discovered large cracks in the building. Eight residents have been evacuated from 1-5 Amhurst Road in Hackney following the declaration by t...

Read full article November 26, 2013

Don Valley stadium demolition begins

Demolition work has begun on Sheffield's Don Valley Stadium, the former training ground for Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill. The ground was originally closed as part of a cost-saving plan approved by Sheffield City Council...

Read full article November 25, 2013