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sgp is ‘incredible’ says fabio

sgp is ‘incredible’ says fabio

England Manager Fabio Capello has hailed St. George’s Park, the new training home for the England team, as the best facility of its kind in Europe. Capello visited the facility in Burton upon Trent last week with FA Chairman David Bernstein. “I think it will be the best training centre in Europe. The facilities are incredible,” said Capello. “It has surprised me – the buildings, the pitches, the hotels, they are incredible. It is a really fantastic place.” St. George’s Pa...

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Architecture

2011 spectacular success for visual arts in the region

2011 spectacular success for visual arts in the region

2011 will be remembered in the region as a spectacular success for the visual arts. At the end of November, Artichoke brought to Durham the second LUMIERE, a sensational festival of light featuring work by internationally acclaimed artists. Over 150,000 people took to the streets to enjoy the 35 artworks that ranged from large-scale projections like Crown of Light which saw the Lindisfarne Gospels projected onto Durham Cathedral, to neons, to installations like I Love Durham,the giant ...

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Visual Arts

the north east’s latest landmark targeted for destruction

the north east’s latest landmark targeted for destruction

Designed by Sir Basil Spence, the former Bank of England building, located at the bottom of Pilgrim Street next to the Swan House roundabout, has formed an easily recognisable part of Newcastle city centre’s heritage for many years now. However as part of ambitious plans for the regeneration of East Pilgrim Street, this historic structure is set to be demolished to make room for a new seven-storey tower which council leaders hope will form the flagship building in Newcastle’s new c...

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Architecture

planning approval received for sensitive conversion of newcastle co-op … in record time

planning approval received for sensitive conversion of newcastle co-op … in record time

Planning permission was received on Friday 30 September for designs by Red Box Design Group for the conversion of the iconic ‘Art Deco’, ‘Listed Grade II’ Newcastle Co-operative Building to hotel, retail and leisure uses. The complicated mixed-use project has many parallels with Red Box’s own offices in Newcastle upon Tyne, which were converted from the old Victorian Post Offices near Newcastle’s St Nicholas Cathedral, particularly in the way the design works with the most ...

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