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Shortlisted designs for Museum of London revealed

June 10, 2016

The six contest finalists for the £150 million Museum of London relocation project have revealed their concept designs...

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‘New Dawn’ Unveiled at Palace of Westminster

June 8, 2016

New Dawn, a permanent artwork commemorating women’s suffrage in Parliament, was unveiled yesterday evening at an...

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Wimpole Gothic Tower named Grand Prix Laureate at Europa Nostra Awards

May 26, 2016

1,000 heritage professionals, volunteers and supporters from across Europe gathered this past Tuesday at the highly regarded Zarzuela...

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Lion Salt Works named winner at Museum + Heritage Awards last night

May 19, 2016

Many congratulations to all involved in The Lion Salt Works project, which has just been awarded the...

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Another Award Shortlist for Lion Salt Works

May 16, 2016

The Lion Salt Works Restoration Project has been shortlisted for the Restoration/Conservation category of the Museums...

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A new beginning for Mile Wharf, Finsley Gate Burnley

May 13, 2016

Donald Insall Associates is currently working with the Canal and River Trust at Mile Wharf, Finsley Gate...

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‘Revealing the Roch’ lands planning award win

May 9, 2016

The ‘Revealing the Roch’ project has been awarded the RTPI Award for Excellence in Planning for the...

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Two Regional Award Nominations for DIA

April 22, 2016

Congratulations to our Bath office and Chester office for some exciting regional award nominations!

The...

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Donald Insall Associates named in AJ100 top 100 UK practices

April 21, 2016

AJ100 has revealed this year’s AJ100 awards shortlist and top 100 practices in the UK today, with...

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Wimpole Gothic Tower Receives Europa Nostra Conservation Award

April 7, 2016

The Gothic Folly at Wimpole Estate has been awarded the Europa Nostra Award in Conservation, it was...

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Planning Permission Granted for New Access Ramp at the Royal Academy of Music

March 29, 2016

The Royal Academy of Music was founded in 1822 in Hanover Square, moving to its current premises in 1911....

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Supporting the Campaign to Save Plas Gwynfryn’s Original 1870s Drawings

March 24, 2016

Plas Gwynfryn in Gwynedd is a dilapidated former manor house once home to the MP of Caernarfonshire...

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