Wednesday, 16 February 2011

Planning Permission secured for remodeling of Cambridge Arts Theatre Front of House

A Burrell Foley Fischer scheme for the remodeling of the Front of House areas of the Cambridge Arts Theatre has been approved by the Local Planning Authority.

The Cambridge Arts Theatre, founded by the great economist and statesman, John Maynard Keynes, is currently celebrating its 75th Anniversary Year.  Its artistic programme includes the very best in touring theatre, opera, dance and jazz, complimented by their own productions.

The entrance and Front of House area at the Theatre is currently a small space which restricts the facilities they are able to offer their patrons.  The theatre has acquired the leases of two adjoining former retail spaces and the Burrell Foley Fischer scheme remodels the entire ground and basement floors to incorporate these within the existing front of house areas.  The resulting open and well lit space will provide new box office and cafe-bar facilities for theatregoers and the general public.

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Thursday, 10 February 2011

Demolition marks start of Seven Sisters Road Residential Development

Demolition of the existing building on the site of 143 Seven Sisters Road, Islington started today, marking the commencement of this exciting development.  

The new development will provide two new 5 bedroom family houses and four 2 or 3 bedroom family flats on an underused site for Homes for Islington.  Burrell Foley Fischer LLP secured Planning Permission for the scheme, as part of a review of vacant, problematic and underused sites owned by Islington Council.     

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Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Designs for a new academic building for Kingham Hill School

Burrell Foley Fischer LLP have completed designs for a new Academic building at Kingham Hill School in Oxfordshire.  The new building will provide new science laboratories, classrooms, a new library and small lecture theatre.  It will sit on a prominent wooded site between two fine ranges of Cotswold Stone Buildings.  The School's brief was for a quality building which sits comfortably within its Cotswold setting.