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Monthly Archives: November 2012

Constructionline

We are pleased to annouce that Snug Projects Ltd is now registered with Constructionline, the UK governments certification scheme. This is an important recognition of our quality assurance systems and provides a important assurance  to prospective clients of the robustness of our office systems. More information about Constructionline can be found at – http://www.constructionline.co.uk/static/about-us.html  

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ProCon Awards 2012

Snug Projects are looking forward to attending the ProCon Awards night in Leicestershire this evening. Our project Fennylands Barn, completed with Claire Hart has been shortlisted for the Small Project of the Year Award. Fingers crossed!

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Creating without imitating

Open Meeting 2012 – Creating without Imitating Snug Projects director Paul Bulkeley will be speaking at the Salisbury Civic Society Open Meeting 2012 on the subject of ‘Creating without Imitating’. The event is held at 7.30pm on Tuesday 20th November at Salisbury Guildhall.

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VAT madness

  In a moment of madness the EU has sought to quietly scrap the UK’s zero VAT  rating on new homes in a move to standardise tax rates across Europe. They really know how to create a purfect storm. A consultation document has been issued that proposes bringing in a standard 20% VAT on all […]

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Goodbye SCAD

This week we said goodbye to the Solent Centre for Architecture and Design at the Portsmouth School of Architecture migration event. It was an enjoyable trip down memory lane, having ourselves been involved in many of the successful design advocacy, education and arts events they have delivered over the past 7 years. Particular highlights were […]

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Contextual Design Workshop in Winchester

Snug Projects delivered a successful evening workshop on contextual design for officers and members at Winchester City Council. The evening was facilitated by Paul Bulkeley with a series of presentations and interactive workshops supported by local architects and urban designers. This was a hands on workshop providing participants with an opportunity to explore the relationship […]

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