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Title: A house transformed : The restoration of 78 Derngate, Northampton
Authors: Pinches, Sylvia
First Published: Oct-2005
Publisher: Chartered Association of Building Engineers
Citation: Building Engineer, 2005, 80 (10), pp. 18-19
Abstract: In 1998, a charitable Trust was formed to manage restoration of 78 Derngate. The original vision encompassed a restored 78, 80 as circulation and interpretation space, and 82 as a vibrant center for displaying and encouraging modern art and design. The plans for 82 also include a café, a shop and offices. Complementing sums already pledged from local sources, a grant of £999,000 from the Heritage Lottery fund in October 2001 brought enough money to begin Phase One, the careful restoration of 78 and the transformation of 80 into a display gallery, allowing access to 78 literally and metaphorically. Phase Two, the renovation of number 82, is scheduled to take place over the winter of 2005/06, after another round of fund-raising.
ISSN: 0969-8213
Version: Post-print
Status: Peer-reviewed
Type: Journal Article
Rights: Copyright © 2005 Chartered Association of Building Engineers. All rights reserved. Archived with permission of the publisher.
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