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Images Dated 4th March 2022

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Inside the dome JLP01_11_63404_05 Featured 4 Mar 2022 Image

Inside the dome JLP01_11_63404_05

MILLENNIUM DOME, DRAWDOCK ROAD, GREENWICH, GREATER LONDON. A view across the entire span of The Millennium Dome from the elevated catwalk that encircles the whole structure, accessed from one of the pylons.
This image was catalogued as part of the Breaking New Ground Project in partnership with the John Laing Charitable Trust in 2019-20

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London Bridge City JLP01_10_24708 Featured 4 Mar 2022 Image

London Bridge City JLP01_10_24708

London Bridge City, Southwark, Greater London. A panoramic view of the City of London from Southwark with the London Bridge City complex and the River Thames in the foreground.
Various buildings within this complex of offices, flats and shops on Tooley Street in London Bridge City were built by Laing Management Contracting for the St Martins Group who redeveloped the former Hay's Wharf site on the south bank of the River Thames. The redevelopment of the site took place over 2 1/2 years between 1985-1988 and included No.1 London Bridge, Cottons, Hays Galleria and 29-33 Tooley Street. At the time, it was the biggest building contract in London and was one of the largest construction projects in the country

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Milburngate JLP01_10_19698 Featured 4 Mar 2022 Image

Milburngate JLP01_10_19698

Millburngate, Durham, County Durham. A view from Milburngate Bridge looking south-west towards construction of Millburngate, with a tower crane in front of the first stage of the centre.
Construction of the second phase of Millburngate began in August 1984. Phase I, shown in this photograph beyond the construction site, had been developed in 1974; Phase II would increase the centre from 102,000sqft to 187,000sqft. The second phase would be linked to Phase I by a covered pedestrian mall. The five storey complex would comprise one main floor of shopping, with storage above, and two lower levels of car parking and servicing, offices, and restaurants with views over the River Wear. During construction, "numerous engineering and groundworks problems" were encountered, including the contiguous piled wall and its ground anchors. The remodelling of a supermarket, which would provide a link between the Phase I and Phase II developments, could not begin until the current occupier had moved out. The centre was completed on 24th October 1986 and was officially opened on 15th April 1987 by Princess Alexandra. An illustration of the building was featured on a stamp as part of a set produced in 1984 on the theme of Urban Renewal. The complex was later renamed the Gates. It was closed in 2016 and was demolished to make way for Milburngate, a mixed development of office, retail and residential units

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