Durham is changing and Allan Cook, managing director of Arlington Real Estate, is the man with the new blueprint. He met Mike Hughes on the site of Milburngate to talk more about the future of the city.
The developers of Milburngate have secured a £120 million forward-funding commitment from LaSalle Investment Management, which will enable the delivery of the first phase of the Durham City Centre project.
As part of our Milburngate Talks series, we managed to catch up with our Project Director, Ian Beaumont, who gives us his very own take on the many challenges and rewards that come whilst working on a development like Milburngate.
As proud sponsors of Lumiere Durham, we're delighted to share the news the festival has announced that submissions for their BRILLIANT competition, which gives budding artists from the region the chance to see their work in lights as part of this year’s Lumiere festival, are now officially open.
The power of the people that drive the productivity and appeal of a place like Durham shouldn’t be underestimated. That’s why Durham County Council has unveiled a brand-new campaign to promote the collective strengths the people of the county bring to the area.
Lumiere, the UK’s largest light festival, allows us to see Durham in a whole new light, illuminating its past and highlighting its creative future. The biennial festival transforms our historic city into an awe-inspiring nocturnal art trail and is set to be one of the highlights of Durham's 2019 events calendar, when it returns from November 14-17 for its tenth anniversary.
As part of our Milburngate Talks series, Lee McLaughlin, lead architect at Faulkner Brown, provides some beautiful insight into the thoughtful consideration that has gone into ensuring our 450,000 sq ft mixed-use development at Milburngate will serve as a magnificent architectural, economic and cultural addition to Durham.
The developers of Milburngate have announced that construction of the landmark living, working and leisure destination will begin in the New Year after an updated planning application was granted permission by Durham County Council.
The developers delivering the regeneration of Durham’s Riverside have installed a unique public art installation at Freemans Reach. Unveiled on the eve of the Lumiere Durham Light Festival, the installation celebrates the history of water power in the city.