Each Tuesday since 5th March, to coincide with British Bake Off Stand Up to Cancer, an anonymous baker has brought a homemade delight into the DLG office. After being demolished by the team, the bake was then anonymously judged and at the end of the competition, the bake(r) with the most votes won a voucher to a restaurant of their choosing.
We are delighted to be a part of the Wellington Street scheme which last night received wonderful recognition for all of the hard work put in, lifting the award for ‘Deal of the Year’ at the CoStar Awards for 33 Wellington Street.
We’re excited to see serious progress on our hotel project in Sussex; work on site has been rapid and above-grade works have made it to the second floor, using an innovative hybrid structural solution to meet an ambitious programme. A good day to visit site!
Our new priory and accommodation block for the Sisters’ of the Order of St Hilda is nearing completion on site. During the beautiful weather we’ve been able to enjoy some of the traditional ecclesiastical features and details in the sunshine – such as this one from the new cupola.
Conservation expertise has been a key part of our skills at DLG since the practice first started over 45 years ago and we are still passionate about maximising the special architectural and historical characteristics of each building we deal with.
DLG’s mixed-use scheme at Nottingham’s Clifton Triangle development saw the opening of a new Lidl store, with the Lord Mayor of Nottingham, Liaqat Ali and local councillors in attendance – as well as Robin Hood, and a Town Crier!