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Osiers Point – Wandsworth London

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Dearneside is pleased to have secured the architectural metalwork on the residential Osiers Point development, in Wandsworth London.

This will be our third project in London for Taylor Wimpey, following on from Chobham Manor and The Edge in Brixton.

Once completed Osiers Point will house a range of highly spec one to three bedroom apartments. Each home will have its own private terrace or balcony, to maximize light and create an outdoor area.

The development’s location in Wandsworth makes it an ideal place to live for commuters who want to be near the city but also want to live in an area with a more suburban feel, surrounded by parks and restaurants.

For more information visit: Taylor Wimpey

York Stadium Leisure Complex – York

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Dearneside is pleased to announce that we have recently received the order for the Architectural Metalwork for the York Stadium Leisure Complex scheme. This will be our first contract with Buckingham Group.

The scheme is based around the construction of a new 8,000 seat stadium for York City FC and York Knights RCFC. Adjacent to the stadium a new leisure centre is being built to replace the existing Waterworld and Courtney’s Gym. This new state-of-the-art leisure centre will include a 25m pool, a sports hall, class studios and a 100-station gym.

The site will also house a brand new 13-screen Cineworld cinema complex as well as a range of restaurants and retail units.

The first phase of the scheme is due to be completed by June 2019.

Dearneside supplies to three of the tallest residential buildings in Western Europe

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Dearneside is honoured to have supplied Architectural Metalwork to three of the tallest residential buildings under construction in Western Europe; Newfoundland Tower, South Quay Plaza development and City Road development.

Newfoundland Tower and South Quay Plaza development are currently both under construction in the Canary Wharf area in London.

South Quay Plaza, designed by the world-famous architects Foster & Partners and developed by Berkeley, will eventually include three towers, the tallest of which will reach a height of just over 214m making it the second tallest residential skyscraper currently proposed for London. The development will also include shops and facilities, and will sit in 2.6 acres of landscaped gardens. It is due to complete by 2020.

Newfoundland Tower has been dubbed the diamond building because of its diamond-like support frame. This type of frame has also been used on other iconic buildings such as the Gherkin. Once finished it will house over 560 apartments and rise to an impressive 60 storeys. The development is due to be completed in 2020.

In addition to these two developments, Dearneside has provided architectural metalwork and balcony packages for the London-based City Road development. Also designed by the world-renowned architects, Foster and Partners, 250 City Road creates a new landmark for London at the heart of one of the most vibrant areas of the Capital. At 42 storeys high, this impressive tower provides breath-taking views across the city.

In total, these three developments will feature in excess of 1500m of balustrade manufactured by Dearneside.

Greenford redevelopment – Greenford West London

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Dearneside is pleased to secure the Balcony Package on the first phase of the Greenford project. Masterminded by developers Greystar, Greenford redevelopment is one of the largest purpose-designed ‘Build to Rent’ schemes in the country.

Located in the heart of Greenford, on the banks of the Grand Union canal, the development aims to revamp the Greenford community by transforming the derelict GSK and Lyons Bakery sites into 7 new buildings, public open spaces, gardens and a landmark central square.

The development will include around 2,000 apartments, a two-form entry primary school and nursery, shops, offices and leisure facilities. Approximately 75% of the new homes will be available for rent.

Greystar’s managing director, Mark Allnut, said “We are going to provide much needed homes for rent at a time when people are looking for a better renting experience.

“Greenford will be a diverse rental community for young professionals, families and older people.”

Blackfriars Circus – Southwark, London

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The iconic development Blackfriars Circus, located in the historic area of Southwark, is nearing completion. Dearneside has supplied a large Architectural Metalwork package for the scheme including the Juliette balconies, balcony balustrades, feature glazed viewing panels to crown the building and the balustrades and handrails – amounting to £2 million.

Designed by two of London’s foremost architectural and design teams – Maccreanor Lavington and Witherford, Watson & Mann – and built by leading developers Barrat London, the development comprises of 336 luxury apartments in 5 buildings ranging up to 27 storeys in height. Each apartment includes a private terrace or winter garden with views of the surrounding area.

The development also houses a rooftop terrace, landscaped outdoor spaces and around 35,000 sq ft of office space and 16,500 sq ft of retail space.

Conquest tower, the tallest building of the development, has become a landmark of the area with its crown-like metalwork structure overlooking Southwark.

For more information and photos on the project visit the project page.

Exchange Square Development – Birmingham

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Dearneside has recently secured Architectural Metalwork for Sir Robert McAlpine on the Exchange Square project in Birmingham.

Exchange Square has been described as ‘a new urban village’ in the center of Birmingham, set to be completed by early 2019.

Phase one of the development will include over 600 luxury apartments, a members’ club, a gym and a landscaped roof garden. A second phase will see the build of 220 additional apartments.
The development will also house over 50,000 sq ft of retail space on the ground floor.

Exchange Square is part of the wider £350 million Masshouse regeneration project by Nikal on the site of the old traffic island of the same name. Located adjacent to Birmingham Curzon HS2, the development is ideally placed and reflects Birmingham’s expanding skyline.

We look forward to working with Sir Robert McAlpine on this project.

For more information on the project visit the Exchange Square page

Dearneside awarded Certificate of Thanks for helping the homeless

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We are proud to have been awarded with a Certificate of Thanks from the charity Crash, for our support of the Wintercomfort refurbishment project, a homeless day center in Cambridge.

Dearneside also raises money each Christmas for our local homeless charity HARC in Sheffield. This enables HARC to provide warm shelter and three hot meals a day to the homeless throughout the festive season.

For more information on HARC in Sheffield visit their website via the link below:

HARC website

Dearneside has been nominated for the UK Tekla Awards 2018

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Dearneside is very pleased to be nominated for the UK Tekla Awards 2018 for our Oxford Westgate project.

Dearneside supplied and fitted the Architectural Metalwork Balustrade throughout the shopping center last year, for Laing O’Rourke.

The public vote is now open so if you could please vote for us we would really appreciate it!

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For additional information about the award please visit the following link. Tekla awards page

New Pier Wharf development – London

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This week, Dearneside has secured the balconies and Architectural Metalwork on the New Pier Wharf development with Hollybrook Homes in London.

The development, which is one of the last remaining riverside sites in London, is located at Odessa Wharf in Rotherhithe, at the edge of London’s financial district. Once finished it will consist of 50 luxury apartments with balconies, most of which will face the Thames river.

This project will be our first with Hollybrook and will be a great addition to our ever-expanding portfolio of prestigious projects located on the banks of the Thames.

For more information of the New Pier Wharf project visit the development’s website. development’s website