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Agencies hope demolition will help extinguish plant fire

Demolition contractors are to start taking down the Kidderminster recycling plant that was badly damaged in an enormous fire that broke out in June – despite parts of it still being on fire. Authorities are hoping that the demolit...

Read full article July 24, 2013

Pickles removes final hurdle in front of Heygate demolition

The demolition of the enormous Heygate Estate in south London is set to proceed, after Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles, dismissed the final hurdle in front of the £1.5 billion redevelopment masterplan for the site. The Elephan...

Read full article July 23, 2013

24-storey Glasgow tower blocks demolished

Two 24-storey tower blocks in Glasgow were demolished in a matter of seconds over the weekend in carefully planned ‘blowdown’ demolitions. The residential blocks at 170 and 200 Sandiefield Road in the city’s Gorbals ar...

Read full article July 22, 2013

Texas demolition contractors demolish wrong house

Demolition contractors in Texas are trying to make up for an error that saw them get the right street but the wrong house on a recent demolition project. The contractors had been employed to take down 9708 Watercress Drive in Lake Worth...

Read full article July 17, 2013

Demolition of Blackburn three-day market well underway

Demolition contractors are making swift work on the razing of Blackburn’s old three-day market hall, making way for a multi-million pound regeneration of the town centre. The contractors have been carrying out the first step of th...

Read full article July 16, 2013

Council plans to demolish old offices prior to sale

Wiltshire Council has said that it may demolish its empty former offices in Trowbridge prior to the site being sold, so as to save on the rates and taxes it is currently having to pay. The site is to be sold off as part of the council&r...

Read full article July 15, 2013

Earls Court venue to be demolished

London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre is to be demolished as part of a scheme to create a new housing development. The Art Deco building stands on a 77-acre site where 7,500 homes will be built as part of four ‘villages&rsqu...

Read full article July 10, 2013

Demolition work marks start of new arts centre

An ‘unsightly’ disused sports hall and other empty buildings are being demolished as part of a scheme to build a £5.3 million arts centre. The empty properties, owned by Carlisle College in Cumbria, are being bulldozed ...

Read full article July 9, 2013

Hall that hosted The Beatles to be demolished

A hall which hosted The Beatles in the 1960s is being demolished to make way for a £13.7 million leisure complex. It’s expected that demolition of The Memorial Hall in Northwich, Cheshire - which was built in memory of the d...

Read full article July 8, 2013

Concrete Inverkip chimney to be demolished this month

The 778-foot concrete chimney stack at the former Inverkip Power Station in Scotland is to be demolished in a blow-down demolition later this month, Scottish Power has confirmed. The chimney will be demolished on Sunday, 28 July. The dat...

Read full article July 3, 2013