Month

December 2015
Progress is being made at Newmarket House, Cambridge! The garden wall concept is taking form.
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The Cedar cladding has come on at 37 The Avenue, Branksome!
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The team down at Chestnut Nursery have started fund raising for their volunteer led gardening centre. The horticultural activities that will take place are for disabled and mentally ill visitors and staff. The charity aim to raise their self-esteem.
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The roof has come on at Faith Gardens, Poole. The building is weather tight and nearing completion!
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Chestnut Nursery has just received planning approval from Poole Council. This client SWOP (Sheltered Work Opportunities Project) appointed Footprint Architects to design a commercial garden centre with the additional function to provide horticultural activities for disabled and mentally ill visitors and staff. The charity aims to boost self-esteem and confidence with 60 work placements. The types of work include seed...
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Footprint Architects’ residential extension to 37 The Avenue in Branksome Park is showing some good progress. The concept of the floating extension is already showing. Next step: Cladding!
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