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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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Levitt Bernstein's Drawn Home event for Open House 2014


The term home means many different things to us all – and yet there is an essential, primordial need for every individual to have shelter, a haven to retreat to. In 2014 the proportion of homeless people in the UK has drastically escalated to levels never seen before. National demographics have shifted as land prices have increased disproportionately across the country. It is in this context Levitt Bernstein hosted Drawn Home – an exhibition and series of events created to focus attention on inventive housing solutions of the past and lessons we can learn in designing the new homes of the future
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New vibrant office building completes in Spinningfields, Manchester


No.1 Hardman Street is located at the heart of Spinningfields in Manchester City Centre. This recently completed new building provides 5 floors of office space and is a piece of contemporary architecture which sits comfortably alongside both its historic neighbours and the large glazed buildings of this commercial district of the city.
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Levitt Bernstein selected by Eastbourne Borough Council to Redevelop Devonshire Park


New cultural vitality and visibility will transform Devonshire Park into ‘one of the UK’s most distinctive and talked about cultural places’.
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RIBA Council Election success


Vinesh Pomal, architect at Levitt Bernstein, has been elected unopposed onto the RIBA Council representing the London region.
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