Category Archives: Fish and Coal Buildings

Views of social housing and the Natural Park bridge

At the most recent meeting, on 30 September, Ben Addy of Moxon Architects described the plans for the Camley Street Bridge, which rises on a ramp through the Natural Park before crossing the Regent’s Canal. It is a clear simple structure, distantly … Continue reading

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Obligations for social housing, and plans for the Natural Park bridge

At the next meeting of the Forum, on 30 September, first Robert Evans of Argent and Councillor Siân Berry will give their views of the obligations on Argent to provide affordable and social housing. Then Ben Addy of Moxon Architects will … Continue reading

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Details of the plans for refurbishing some of the early buildings

At the meeting on 12 February the Forum heard from architects in the Allies and Morrison and David Morley Architects practices about the plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings. It also had an update from … Continue reading

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Plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings

At its next meeting, on 12 February, the Forum will hear from Argent about the plans for the German Gymnasium and the Fish and Coal Buildings. It will also receive an update on the near term schedule for the development … Continue reading

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