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Move to high-profile office planned by Bath law firm Withy King

October 25, 2012
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Move to high-profile office planned by Bath law firm Withy King

Withy King, Bath’s longest-established law firm, has revealed plans to move from one of its locations in the city to a large refurbished office block in a deal which agents say is among the biggest Bath this year. The firm will relocate staff from its Green Park base to the prominent, 18,000 sq ft,...

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Jobs on the menu as Bath Ale’s latest outlet prepares to open in The Vaults

October 23, 2012
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Jobs on the menu as Bath Ale’s latest outlet prepares to open in The Vaults

Up to 50 jobs are to be created in Bath with the opening in December of Bath Ales’ Graze Bar, Brewery and Chophouse in the city’s new Vaults restaurant quarter. The 5,000 sq ft venue – Bath Ales’ largest outlet to date – will include a micro-brewery and two alfresco dining areas seating up...

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Building design awards will showcase best of Bath’s new developments

October 15, 2012
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Building design awards will showcase best of Bath’s new developments

The best new buildings in the Bath area – from home extensions to office developments – are being sought for an awards scheme unique to the city. Nominations can be made for building design and build quality projects across Bath and the surrounding area. The Bath & North East Somerset Council Building Control Awards...

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Bath Travelodge goes on the market in six-strong hotel group sale

October 10, 2012
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Bath Travelodge goes on the market in six-strong hotel group sale

Bath’s Travelodge Waterside is on the market as one of a package of six properties previously owned by failed hotel group Piccadilly. The 124-bedroom hotel in Rossiter Road, pictured, is leased to Travelodge along with the other five venues. Agent Christie + Co will be marketing the hotels on an individual basis with a...

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Devon council house work gets underway for Bath builder Halsall

October 10, 2012
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Devon council house work gets underway for Bath builder Halsall

Bath-based construction firm Halsall has started building the first new council houses in 20 years for Mid Devon District Council. The 22 homes on a site at Crediton are under construction to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3 standards and feature insulated timber frames, good thermal performance on windows and doors and hot water...

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Bath Ales to bring successful Graze Bar and Chophouse concept to its home city

October 3, 2012
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Bath Ales to bring successful Graze Bar and Chophouse concept to its home city

Brewer Bath Ales has signed a lease for a Bath venue that will be its biggest to date and is set to become a flagship for the fast-growing business. At just over 5,000 sq ft, the new site, next to Bath Spa train station, is double the size of any of the brewer’s other...

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Former Trowbridge brewery scheme recognised for ushering in regeneration

October 3, 2012
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Former Trowbridge brewery scheme recognised for ushering in regeneration

The role played by a new housing development in regenerating Trowbridge’s former Ushers brewery site has been recognised with a prestigious award for ‘town enhancement’. After unveiling a plaque on the former brewery, Mayor of Trowbridge Cllr John Knight paid tribute to developer Newland Homes for creating a scheme with 100 homes that transformed...

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Former Dragon heads West to snap up last of luxury Von Essen hotel group

September 6, 2012
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The final hotel in the Von Essen’s portfolio, the upmarket Ston Easton Park near Shepton Mallet, has been sold to former Dragon’s Den investor James Caan, pictured. The 22-bedroom hotel, a Palladian mansion turned  four-star hotel in the Mendip Hills, was sold by Christie & Co to Mr Caan’s private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw...

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Bath’s Nash Partnership builds on its reputation with new accreditation

September 5, 2012
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Edward Nash, senior partner at Bath architects Nash Partnership, has achieved AABC accreditation (Building Conservation).  The accreditation will further support the dedicated and market-leading team of conservation specialists at Nash that over recent years have successfully supported and completed a diverse range of projects. Mr Nash said it was important to acquire expert knowledge...

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Property: Expanding fruit and veg wholesaler takes extra space in Melksham

August 13, 2012
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Property: Expanding fruit and veg wholesaler takes extra space in Melksham

Independent food supplier Lovejoys Wholesale has leased more space at the Ashville Centre on Hampton Park West, Melksham, to accommodate its expansion plans. Property consultants Alder King and Kavanaghs secured the deal on the 2,647 sq ft (245.9 sq m) building on behalf of a private landlord. Lovejoys supplies fresh, locally-sourced produce to restaurants,...

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