News Stories tagged as 'historic'

 

Consent granted for alterations at New College, Oxford

By emma on March 20, 2013

Freeland Rees Roberts has successfully secured planning permission, listed building consent and schedule monument consent for essential refurbishment works to the 14th century kitchen and dining hall range at New College, Oxford.

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Freeland Rees Roberts’ Interpretation Centre at Epping Forest opened by Duke of Gloucester

By emma on July 12, 2012

Freeland Rees Roberts’ new interpretation centre for Epping Forest has been opened by the Duke of Gloucester.

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Cambridge architects in renewal project to honour Cambridge’s war dead

By emma on May 29, 2012

Wednesday 23rd May 2012 saw the long-awaited reopening of the war memorial in the churchyard of Holy Trinity Church in the centre of Cambridge.

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Bury St Edmunds’ Cathedral – ‘raising the roof’

By on January 16, 2012

The number of visitors to the cathedral at Bury St Edmunds rose by almost 50% in 2011, to 97,000, thanks in no small part to Freeland Rees Roberts, the Cambridge architects.

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Former Barclays Bank Conversion – Bene’t Street

By on January 4, 2012

Cambridge architects, Freeland Rees Roberts, are nearing completion of their plans for converting the former Barclays Bank listed building in Bene’t Street in central Cambridge.

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