Month: July 2019

Planning Application Granted in Bicester Eco Town

Planning consent has been secured for the reserved matters planning application for a new employment development located within the North West Bicester Eco Town. Cornish Architects has been appointed by Albion Land for the first phase of development comprised of 12 commercial / industrial units totaling 232,328sf GIA. The development offers new employment opportunities and […]

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Cornish Architects have a Blast at T20

A great evening was had at the Kia Oval, London for the Surrey vs. Middlesex T20 cricket match last Tuesday. The event was blessed with glorious sunshine, great food/drinks and an enthusiastic crowd, who watched on as Middlesex took the win by 37 runs! Before attending T20, to most, ‘cow corner’ was the popular part […]

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Going Up in Portsmouth

Construction of a new 3000sm industrial/ warehouse unit at Interchange Park in Portsmouth for Paloma Capital is now well under way. The building, will provide high quality sustainable (targeting BREEAM Excellent) employment space in a prominent position at the entrance to the park. The building provides flexible space with 8m clear height in the warehouse […]

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Paddle Boarding in Pangbourne

What better way to kick start the summer than with a team building day on the Thames. Cornish Architects took a trip out of London to go ‘stand up paddle-boarding’ on a slightly less choppy stretch of the UK’s most famous river. Swapping their architectural skills for a test of balance and core strength, armed […]

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