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School demolition makes way for £50m training ground expansion

Demolition has begun on a former Wolverhampton school to make way for a training ground expansion for Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club. The demolition of St Edmund's Catholic Academy has begun following the relocation of the pu...

Read full article November 20, 2013

Council to demolish Hammersmith Town Hall extension

The demolition of an "eyesore" Hammersmith Council Town Hall extension have been approved as part of a £150 million regeneration project in the Hammersmith area. The five-storey concrete building, described as "outw...

Read full article November 19, 2013

Demolition begins on Oldham properties

Demolition work has begun on a number of properties in Oldham as part of a regeneration project within the town centre. The demolition, which begins on Monday, will be conducted by Oldham-based contractors D Hughes Demolition and will se...

Read full article November 18, 2013

Mega depot demolition on target for February finish

A demolition project taking place at the site of a Pyestock mega depot near Fleet, is on schedule for a February finish, according to contractors. The demolition work on the warehouse scheme, located between Fleet and Farnborough, is now...

Read full article November 13, 2013

Work begins on Farnworth Market demolition

Work had begun to demolish Farnworth Market, Bolton, with the first stage of the project expected to last three weeks. The traders have already abandoned the first canopy, which is located near King Street, and are now working to move t...

Read full article November 12, 2013

Demolition date set for Sheffield stadium

A date has been set for the demolition of Sheffield's Don Valley stadium, training ground for local Olympic gold medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill. Don Valley was closed in September and has been replaced by a refurbished track in Woodb...

Read full article November 11, 2013

College site demolition begins in Swindon

Demolition has begun on the site of Swindon's new University Technical College, which is expected to open in September 2014. Run by newly appointed principal Angela Barker-Dench, the new college will be located on the site of GWR sc...

Read full article November 6, 2013

Demolition begins at Marlow Rowing Club

Demolition work has finally begun on Marlow Rowing club boathouse, where work has previously been delayed due to asbestos removal and gas safety checks. The existing boathouse, where five-time Olympic champion Sir Steve Redgrave began hi...

Read full article November 5, 2013

Crane demolition to begin at Govan shipyards

Demolition work is due to begin this week on the landmark Govan cranes at BAE Systems' Glasgow shipyards. Demolition on the five 80 tonne cranes, which will be conducted by Coatbridge specialist Reigart, is expected to last around 1...

Read full article November 4, 2013

Civil service site prepared for demolition

Norcross civil service site is set to be demolished in November after the project was given the green light by Wyre Council. The former Department of Work and Pensions site on Norcross Lane once provided space for more than 1,000 employe...

Read full article October 30, 2013