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York developments win industry awards

Two property developments in York have won coveted titles at the North and East Yorkshire Yorkshire’s Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Excellence Awards. Groves Chapel, which has been developed by leading property company S Harrison into  apartments and a Co-operative Food convenience store, was awarded the ‘best refurbishment or extension of

Industry experts educate students at new city centre development

A new state of the art £12 million student apartment scheme in Leeds city centre that will be available for the 2018/2019 academic year is already benefitting students by offering them a detailed insight into the design, construction and engineering processes surrounding innovative, large-scale development projects. The Cookridge Street site is

Four appointments at Leeds architecure practice

A Leeds architecture practice has appointed four new team members as its business continues to expand due to a number of new commissions.  Brewster Bye Architects has appointed architect Adam Hall, architectural technologist Liam Crowther, architectural assistant Aimee Greenwood and interior design assistant Nadia Rehamn.  Adam studied architecture at both Manchester and Huddersfield

Talented trio join Leeds architect firm

An architecture practice in Leeds has appointed three new team members. John Holliday joins Headingley-based Brewster Bye Architects as a senior architecture technologist, Jonathan Erkulis joins as an architectural assistant and Trust Ncube joins as the firm’s first architectural technologist apprentice. John, who is from Bradford, previously worked on a wide range