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Property round-up: Anwyl Homes; JMW; Hurstwood Holdings; Northgate; Platinum Live; Homes England; Sciontec Devs

The Business Desk 09 Jun 2021
Sciontec Developments has revealed its brand new entrance at Liverpool Science Park (LSP) ... The scheme, designed by K2 Architects, was completed by Braithwaite Fit Out and features a light installation which will use specialist interactive technology to demonstrate KQ Liverpool’s strengths in science, health, education, and culture.
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Southampton FC: Twenty years since the last game at The Dell

BBC News 26 May 2021
One cup run included a 4-1 home victory over Football League champions, Liverpool. In the summer of 1927, Archibald Leitch, an architect of many of Britain's football grounds, extended The Dell's East Stand and work started on a new West Stand, before a discarded ...
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Liverpool: Why Gini Wijnaldum's departure makes no sense

FourFourTwo 25 May 2021
Liverpool were gearing up for a game that would determine their destiny when Jurgen Klopp told Gini Wijnaldum to read his programme notes ... “An LFC legend now and forever,” the Liverpool manager wrote. “This wonderful, joyful, selfless person… an architect of our success ... He scored one brace for Liverpool ... And now his Liverpool career is over.
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Planning application to transform famous Three Graces building

The Business Desk 24 May 2021
Acting on behalf of Amtrak Real Estate, CBRE’s planning and development team has submitted a planning application to Liverpool City Council for the first phase of renovations to reposition Liverpool’s Grade II-listed Port of Liverpool Building into a 21st century office building ... Ed Baverstock, director, lead architects Corstophine + Wright, said.
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Premier League: Bold and lucky Chelsea seal top-four spot, Leicester have only themselves to blame and more from final gameweek

Yahoo Daily News 24 May 2021
When it came down to it, Liverpool were the only Champions League hopefuls to notch a win on a dramatic night, with both Chelsea and Leicester losing ... It was like a repeat of a managerial trauma set against Crystal Palace with Liverpool, fumbling everything on the last day of the season.Story continues ... He is an architect of our success.
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Jurgen Klopp pays tribute to Georginio Wijnaldum ahead of possible Liverpool exit

Metro UK 23 May 2021
Georginio Wijnaldum could leave Liverpool when his contract expires this summer (Getty). Jurgen Klopp has paid tribute to Georginio Wijnaldum ahead of the midfielder’s potential exit at Liverpool ... Jurgen Klopp says Georginio Wijnaldum is the ‘architect’ of Liverpool’s success (PA) ... ‘He is an architect of our success ... Liverpool FC.
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Liverpool beat Crystal Palace and complete stunning comeback in Premier League top four race

The National 23 May 2021
But Liverpool’s comeback was completed, the rescue job timed to perfection ... Liverpool leapfrogged them, and Chelsea too ... So two scruffy goals ultimately had a beauty for Liverpool ... Hodgson was applauded at Anfield in a way he rarely was as Liverpool manager ... Liverpool have been architects of their own downfall at times this season.
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A defender turned salmon farmer, a crusading politician, and a keeper wrongly rumoured to be ...

The Daily Mail 16 May 2021
This weekend marks 20 years since Liverpool won a treble of trophies in one scintillating season ... Now, at the age of 46, Westerveld remains very much a part of the Liverpool family ... Liverpool went into mourning in December last year when the architect of one of their greatest seasons, Houllier, sadly died at the age of 73.
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Bonhams sale of Madhloom and Makiya collections reunites two bastions of Iraqi art

The National 16 May 2021
Mohamed Makiya and Said Ali Madhloom, who died in 2015 and 2017 respectively, were architects and friends; they both studied in Liverpool, married British women, and returned to Iraq in the 1940s ... As architects, Madhloom and Makiya pursued a similar path, putting ideas from Bauhaus and modernism to vernacular uses.
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Is now the time to invest in a buy-to-let in the North?

The Times/The Sunday Times 14 May 2021
“The amount of scaffolding and cranes in Manchester and Liverpool right now is huge too. An architect friend tells me there’s a shortage of grade A ...
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Wirral Waters prepares for launch of game changing housing community

The Business Desk 10 May 2021
Like the House by Urban Splash Town House and Mansion House homes, Row House has been designed by Liverpool-based architects shedkm ... Other shareholders include architect and TV presenter George Clarke, and We Buy Any Car founder and tech entrepreneur Noel McKee.
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Red phone box in London goes on sale for £45,000

The Independent 07 May 2021
The original K2 phone boxes were designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, the architect known for his work on the Battersea Power Station, the Tate Modern and Liverpool’s Anglican ...
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Liverpool architect to the fore with iconic golf club appointment

The Business Desk 05 May 2021
Liverpool based R2 Architecture have been appointed to create a new new clubhouse for the world famous St Andrews Golf Club, in Scotland. The previously named Swilican Lounge will be rebranded Tom’s Bar and Grill. This is in celebration of the legendary golfer Tom Morris who won the open four times in the 1860’s ... R2 director, Richard Eastwood, said ... .
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North West business briefs: Mersey Maritime; MHA; Brock Carmichael; Blackburn Youth Zone; Ainscough

The Business Desk 04 May 2021
Liverpool city region’s maritime sector has swung into action to offer vital supplies to tens of thousands of people left stricken by the eruption of a volcano in Caribbean island of St Vincent ... Liverpool architect Brock Carmichael has completed work on a £5.5m new medical centre in St Leonards, Hastings.
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Man City on brink of title glory after beating Palace

Arab News 02 May 2021
Pep Guardiola’s side sit 13 points clear at the top and will be crowned champions if second-placed Manchester United lose against Liverpool on Sunday. After a tepid first half in south London, it was fitting that Aguero — the architect of so many big moments in City’s history — should open the scoring with a typically lethal finish.
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