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UCL Receives Planning Approval and Listed Building Consent for Levitt Bernstein’s Faculty of Laws Redevelopment


UCL’s Faculty of Laws is a world-class study centre that needs to expand. Their existing home, which includes a listed former union headquarters, will soon be re-planned, the two existing buildings forming a new single identity for the Faculty. Extensive alterations will create additional floor space and address historic limitations, allowing new formal and informal learning opportunities. Internally, a glazed atrium will connect the two buildings with a new, central heart to the Faculty, while externally new Portland Stone cladding will unite the two buildings visually.
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Levitt Bernstein's VIVO & So Stepney Developments Shortlisted for London Planning Awards 2015


Tower Hamlets schemes in 'Best New Place to Live' category
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Levitt Bernstein to convert Granada Studios into an ‘event hotel’ with performance spaces


The 200 bedroom hotel will be the first of its kind in the UK.
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Levitt Bernstein's Julia Park produces an Easi-guide to the latest chapter of the Housing Standards Review


Julia Park, our Head of Housing Research, worked alongside the DCLG team to provide technical support and practical experience to the Housing Standards review process. Her Easi-Guide to the latest chapter is available to download here.
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UCL Receives Planning Approval for Wilkins Terrace and Refectory Redevelopment


The £9.3m project will transform a Refectory and an underused service yard into a vibrant social space and courtyard, restoring the historic splendour of the heart of the university and improving campus connectivity.
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Levitt Bernstein, Circle Housing & Naked House Win Self Build on a Shoestring 2014 Competition


We are delighted to have won this year’s Self Build on a Shoestring Competition, for which we were challenged to come up with innovative ways of building low cost and easy to construct self build homes in an urban setting.
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Housing Standards Review Breakfast Event, 23rd October 2014


Housing Standards Review: Will It Work? The Housing Forum, supported by DCLG, Levitt Bernstein and PRP are hosting a breakfast seminar on the latest chapter of the Housing Standards Review.
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