Welcome To Furnace-Blazer.

This is a website designed only for bakugan.its main goal is to provide brawlers with The ultimate gaming expierence.Players can do many things such as taking quests,joining teams,battling,owning bakugan,chatting,earning Points and much much more.Join now
HomePortalCalendarFAQSearchMemberlistUsergroupsRegisterLog in
SpectraCyborgHelios has been chosen for Darkus Team Leader.
Eskura of Shadows has been chosen for Haos team member
Slav has been chosen for Ventus Team Member.
Nemus has been chosen for Aquos Team Member
There will be a Gaming Portal coming up!!Stay Tuned for further info or just contact WebMaster_Shadow


 Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back

Go down 

Posts : 9
Join date : 2010-09-08
Age : 29

Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back 	 Empty
PostSubject: Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back    Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back 	 Icon_minitimeThu Nov 25, 2010 11:17 am

Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back

Published on 02-03-2009 by Skyscrapernews.com
Plans by Sheppard Robson for a new building to be occupied with Salford University as the main tenant in Manchester's Media City have been scaled back.

Previously the scheme was 18 storeys with 21,041 square metres of office space and 9,365 square metres of university space but now it has been slashed in height to 13 storeys with 17,631 square metres of office space and 11,911 square metres of university space.

The retail space in the project has been increased from 2,194 square metres to 2,664 square metres whilst the reduction in office space, perhaps reflects the current economic climate and how demand is continuing to fall for it.

In terms of design, things remain broadly the same as before apart from the height reduction in the diamondesque clad section. This means it actually succeeds in making the buildings roofline look less uniform and more varied than the monolithic flat level it featured before.

Some minor changes have been made to one of the lower-rise wings that stick out from the reduced tower section with dashes of colour cladding added to what was before an area dominated by medical whites and modern glass adding further variety to the appearance of the building.

If built, the scheme will sit on plot B4 of Peel's massive Mediacity development that is currently under construction and has turned part of Salford Quays into a veritable sea of cranes.

best european bookies
Online Casino Bonus
Back to top Go down
View user profile

Posts : 12
Join date : 2010-08-20

Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back 	 Empty
PostSubject: Re: Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back    Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back 	 Icon_minitimeFri Dec 17, 2010 11:38 am

Former Tottenham midfielder Ralph Coates dies

Coates came off the bench to score the League Cup winner at Wembley
Former Tottenham and England midfielder Ralph Coates has died at the age of 64 following a stroke.
Coates, who was capped four times by England, scored the winning goal for Spurs in their 1973 League Cup final victory over Norwich.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp said: "He was just a great guy. He is still loved here and we have sent condolences to his family."
Coates began his career at Burnley and also played for Leyton Orient.
Clarets chief executive Paul Fletcher, a former team-mate of Coates, told the club's website: "He is still very much one of the sons of Burnley Football Club and someone who came through the revered youth system and went on to bigger and better things.
"He was revered here and it is a very sad day for everyone. He will be very sadly missed."
Coates made 261 appearances for Burnley between 1964-71 scoring 32 goals before he was signed by Tottenham's manager Bill Nicholson.
The fee was £190,000 and Coates told Nicholson when they met in Staffordshire to complete the deal "don't be stupid, no player is worth that".
He helped Spurs win the 1972 Uefa Cup in his first season at White Hart Lane and a year later endeared himself to the club's fans with the winner in the League Cup final at Wembley.
Coates left Tottenham for Leyton Orient in 1978 where he spent two years as a player coach before returning to White Hart Lane where he worked as a match-day host.

online casino
betting och speltips
Back to top Go down
View user profile
Sheppard Robsons Salford Plans Scaled Back
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
» Plans for building
» "Back to the Future?" nanoscale vacuum tubes ?
» Scratch building a new plane - without plans, just an idea
» Went to the "Back To The 50s" car show yesterday.
» I'm back from vacation...

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
Furnace-Blazer :: ...-
Jump to: