Monthly Archives: July 2015

Plus sign

As the R+ development takes shape on the site of Aldwych House, it’s becoming clear that the new exterior actually looks pretty good. Furthermore, the tendency for planners to talk about having to keep developments looking similar to neighbouring buildings … Continue reading

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Costa success

About 20¬†years ago the council had a vision of a cafe culture in Reading. The idea was we would all be sitting drinking coffee and socialising rather than simply trudging the shops. Well much as I was sceptical, it really … Continue reading

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Home rules

Anyone who remembers the controversy over the closure of the Arthur Clark care home and Albert Road day centre might find the hoarding on the buildings now a little much to bear. The council blowing its own trumpet over its … Continue reading

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Connected to success

Among the many new developments at The Oracle the revamp of the Vodafone store must be one of the more surprising, Barely two years since it was refitted it seems to be going through another upheaval. In fact trying to … Continue reading

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