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With a portfolio that is predominantly situated in the Midlands, comprising a number of successful refurbishment schemes including Two Colmore Square in Birmingham's city core, Rupert Young of Nurton Developments has a firm understanding of the benefits of undertaking refurbishment projects, as well as the potential pitfalls.
The Playhouse has been closed since August 2007 and an pounds 8m refurbishment and improvement programme began in April 2008.
It underwent a complete remodelling and refurbishment, including a new extension to the rear and more recently, new kitchen/dining facilities.
Anyone interested in working as a volunteer or airing their views on the refurbishment is welcome to attend.
But while they are reopening, the public loos in Mill Walk, Nuneaton, and at Bedworth Market will close tomorrow to allow refurbishment works to start on them.
Richard Farrey, director at Silverstone, said: 'Since our client's acquisition of Centre North East in August 2010 we have assisted them as CDM Co-ordinator on the refurbishment of a number of floors.
The latest office market bulletin - Refurbishment vs Redevelopment - by GVA Grimley states that due to the continuing lack of finance and concerns about the occupier outlook, speculative development has slowed to almost a standstill.
Refurbishment of the toilet block at harthill village hall, harthill rotherham, south yorkshire.
Spokesman for the national carrier said on Sunday that refurbishment would not affect the flight operation since planes were being treated one by one.
The refurbishment project, which began in 2016, has seen a PS700,000 investment into modernising the lift structures within the hotel and a further PS650,000 spent on improving its bedrooms.
AGRADE II-listed building on Newcastle's Collingwood Street is to undergo a six-figure refurbishment.