This month our magazine celebrates the exciting revitalisation of areas across the UK.
After almost six years, the £50 million restoration of the historic Cutty Sark has finally reached completion. In addition to the conservation of the world’s last surviving tea clipper, the project saw new visitor facilities installed that will highlight the historic significance of the museum ship for generations to come.
In Campbeltown, Scotland, The Royal Hotel has undergone a £2.8 million redevelopment to repair and restore the four-storey Grade C listed building. Twenty-three new luxury guest rooms were also created, whilst the reception, restaurant and public bar have also been transformed.
Another exciting development is the new £2.2 million Google Campus, which now provides an important working space for many high-tech businesses. Located within a seven-storey building in the heart of London’s Tech City, Google’s latest facility incorporates a mix of office and event space complete with meeting rooms, informal break-out spaces and presentation areas.
Once again, thrilling new restaurants are on the menu. As the fastest-growing buffet chain in the UK, Red Hot World Buffet offers diners over 300 freshly made dishes from across the globe. With restaurants in Leeds, Manchester, Milton Keynes and Nottingham, the Red Hot World Buffet chain continues to enjoy unrivalled success.
Over in Newcastle, the new Browns Bar & Brasserie is the latest in a long and successful line of Browns restaurants to open in the UK. Housed within a Grade II listed building, the 200-cover restaurant opened in April and has already proved a hit with local diners.
We now invite you, readers, to join us as we toast the success of these projects.
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