“Ege will not move production to the East.”
Research shows that challenges faced by older workers are shared by younger colleagues in modern open plan offices In any debate on how to address the challenges of an ageing population, the design of our places, products and services has a critical role to play to ensure that extended years are full of life rather… Read More >
Robena have had the huge privilege of being involved in the refurbishment of the Down Hall Country House, the italiante mansion is surrounded by 110 acres of beautiful woodland, parkland and landscape. The Down Hall hotel is one of England’s most established country hotels located on the Hertfordshire and Essex border. Robena have been a valued… Read More >
The London Borough of Croydon has resolved to grant planning permission to the Croydon Partnership’s outline planning application for the redevelopment of the Whitgift Centre, marking a significant step forward in Westfield and Hammerson’s plans to regenerate Croydon’s retail town centre.
There was quite an uproar when Bucks New University announced it was closing entry for its Furniture Degrees. Quite rightly as the Alumni is a who’s who of professionals in the furniture industry and High Wycombe has a long association with furniture making. The decision has also annoyed parts of the industry the BCFA included as… Read More >
UKTI have just announced the next phase of support for UK business which is excellent and very welcome – but there is a nasty sting in the tail and as I am really positive about the direct strategy for export and growth of UKTI I will come to the “sting” later. Detail of the announcement is available on… Read More >
FIRST IMPRESSIONS COUNT. We have offered Eoin’s work in previous seasons, with framed prints ‘The Sniffer’, ‘Nosey Cow’, Dizzy Cow’ & ‘Big Nose’. We now have the amazing opportunity to offer even more from the animal series, as well as signed limited editions prints from his figurative & landscape ranges. Eoin O’Connor lives and works… Read More >
UCL and V&A reveal plans for a new creative hub within the Olympic Park University College London and the Victoria and Albert Museum have started drawing up plans to build new sites at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. In the National Infrastructure Plan 2013 the government said it was supporting the London Legacy Development Corporation… Read More >
Leicester University have drawn up plans to create one of the largest Passivhaus commercial buildings for their new Medical School.