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LATEST NEWS: DECEMBER 2017

NEW SPORTS FACILITIES IN NORTH NORFOLK

Saunders Boston Architects have been working with FMG and North Norfolk Council to develop outline concepts for a new leisure centre to replace the iconic ‘Splash’ in Sheringham and add additional Indoor facilities to one of the Country's finest Tennis Centres in Cromer.

Please see link below, courtesy of North Norfolk News

http://www.northnorfolknews.co.uk/news/new-12-6m-sporting-facilities-for-north-norfolk-a-step-closer-1-5307007

 

 

 

 

 

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New Library Storage Facility for Cambridge University

April 2017

Work has started on site on a major new development for Cambridge University facilitating the provision of a purpose built storage facility for low-use, but unique, printed material (books and files containing paper) held by the University Library. The facility is to provide sufficient capacity for the projected storage needs up to 2030 and the site should be large enough to allow for a further 25% expansion of storage capacity beyond that.

Material to be stored in the facility is currently held in several locations in and around Cambridge, which will be ‘migrated’ to the new building over a period of several years. During this period, and thereafter, any request for archive material held in the facility will involve a ‘next day’ delivery to the Main Library in Cambridge with a similar return journey when the loan period is finished.

The University has identified a suitable site on the Lancaster Way Business Park, near Ely, and has reached an agreement with the park developer, Grovemere Property Limited.

 

Link below courtesy of Cambridge News;
http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/local-news/cambridge-university-library-run-out-12840142

Saunders Boston appointed to new leisure project

March 2017

Saunders Boston Architects have been selected as design consultant for the project to deliver a new leisure centre for Wantage and Grove.  The appointment was made by Vale of White Horse District Council’s project managers Faithful+Gould,

Cllr Charlotte Dickson, Cabinet Member for Leisure at Vale of White Horse District Council, said: “We are very pleased to have Saunders Boston Architects join us for this high profile project and look forward to working with them in bringing the new leisure centre to Wantage and Grove.”

Nathan  Swift, Director, Saunders Boston Architects said:

“We are hugely excited to be awarded the opportunity to work with Vale of the White Horse District Council, F+G and our design partners Mott MacDonald. We look forward to delivering a first rate, inspiring new leisure centre for the people of Wantage, Grove and Surrounding Areas”.

 

 

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