Downtown Monthly // Issue 15 // Property Edition

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This issue of DM focuses we have asked some of our MIPIM partners to share their hopes and aspirations for the places they work in.

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In this issue of Downtown Monthly we have asked some of our MIPIM partners to share their hopes and aspirations for the places they work in. What initiatives they believe can make a difference. What ambitions they have for their cities and their businesses. As we slowly start to return to work against a backdrop of much nervousness and uncertainty, flick through this issue of DM and remind yourself of the great things that were in the pipeline pre-Covid19 – and ask yourself why these things should not be seen as a priority when considering what any ‘Build Back Better’ plan should look like.

This issue has features from; our CEO Frank McKenna, Andrew Cook, Colin Sinclair, Chris Bolland, Sean Keyes and more.

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Brock Carmichael completes Medical Centre

Liverpool-headquartered architect Brock Carmichael has completed work on a £5.5 million new medical centre in St Leonards, Hastings. The three-storey 20,000 sq ft building houses two GP surgeries and a pharmacy in Bexhill Road next to West St Leonards Community Centre. It was designed and built to BREEAM Excellent with rooftop HVAC plantroom, 26 consulting rooms, two GP surgeries, pharmacy, six treatment rooms and a skype-enabled consulting and training suite.

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