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Two hundred protest over Newport mural demolition

Around two hundred campaigners have protested at the Newport site of a Chartist mural following its demolition as part of a development project. The artwork, depicting the 1839 Chartist uprising in a subway off John Frost Square, was cre...

Read full article October 7, 2013

Chester 'eyesore' demolished for theatre

A demolition has begun on a 1960's tower block in Chester to make way for a new theatre in the city centre. The third tallest building in the city centre, behind the Cathedral and the Town Hall, Commerce House will be demolished by ...

Read full article October 2, 2013

Demolition finished on Philpott house

The house where six children were killed in a fire by parents Mick and Mairead Philpott has been demolished. The final wall of the fire-damaged house was pulled down on Tuesday following the demolition of the adjoining house earlier this...

Read full article October 1, 2013

Mayfair mansion may become Britain's most expensive demolition

A two-storey mansion could become Britain's most expensive demolition, having been put on sale for £35million with permission in place to knock it down. The property, 30 Mount Row, is set in the heart of London's expensiv...

Read full article September 30, 2013

Liverpool's Welsh Streets demolition faces further delay

A £15 million regeneration plan for Liverpool’s Welsh Streets, which would see the demolition of around 280 homes, has been called in for a public inquiry. Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles, has called in the proposals for...

Read full article September 25, 2013

Empty Pendle homes set to be demolished

Empty housing in Lancashire has been approved for demolition in order to make way for a new regeneration project. Councillors on the executive committee of Pendle Borough Council used executive powers to approve the plans for the homes ...

Read full article September 24, 2013

Cornish dance hall demolished despite preservation campaign

A historic Cornish dance hall is being demolished, despite a campaign from local preservationists for it to be retained and renovated for community use. Bodmin’s Foster Hall was first built in 1906 and originally used as an entert...

Read full article September 23, 2013

Old Wigan town hall being demolished

Demolition contractors have started to take down the remaining parts of the old town hall in Wigan, after it was deemed to be unsafe. The 136-year-old building was listed, but the local authority has been forced to make the decision to ...

Read full article September 18, 2013

Philpott fire deaths house being demolished

Demolition work is due to start at the end of this month on the Derby house where the six Philpott children perished in a fire set by their parents, Mick and Mairead Philpott. Derby City Council is demolishing 18 Victory Road and its ad...

Read full article September 17, 2013

Tallest free-standing tower crane erected for City demolition

The UK’s tallest free-standing tower crane has been erected in the heart of the City of London in preparation for the start of demolition work for the 1 London Wall Place development. The 17-storey 1960s office block, St Alphage Ho...

Read full article September 16, 2013