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15 May 2001
Camden council has postponed its discussion on the Great Court Scheme of the British Museum for the fifth time. This time it has been put back to 24 May.At its meeting on 14 December the council\'s...
15 May 2001
Martin Robins, managing director of Farmington Stone, graphically demonstrates his point after Cherwell District Council in Oxfordshire said Farmington stone was the wrong colour.He took his bucket...
15 May 2001
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15 May 2001
Following their success in getting Scottish granite specified for the new Parliamentary building being constructed in Edinburgh, Scottish Stone Liaison Group (SSLG) are now claiming a second victory...
15 May 2001
British stone machinery manufacturers ASM have launched a new website: www.stone-cutting.com. On the site, each of the company\'s products is unveiled in depth to provide a full explanation of its...
15 May 2001
At the end of this month (May) and the beginning of next two of Europe\'s major exhibitions battle it out once again for the attention of the world.This time, unlike previous occasions, the two-...
15 May 2001
Cumbrian slate producers Burlington have produced a comprehensive Roofing with Burlington package that gives architects, designers, builders and other specifiers detailed product and technical...
15 April 2001
Camden Council have delayed again their decision on how to react to an alternative to Portland limestone being used to build the replica south portico in the Great Court Scheme at the British Museum....
15 April 2001
The Association of Burial Authorities has held a series of 10 cemetery safety seminars that started in Fenchurch Street, London, on 20 February. The seminars then rolled out to Glasgow, Durham,...
15 April 2001
With the Health, Safety, Ethical...
15 April 2001
NAMM say they have gained an admission from Government Minister Hilary Armstrong that cemeteries selling memorials directly to the public have been breaking the law.The admission came when Andrew...
15 April 2001
Pictured here is the inside of Foster...
15 April 2001
Following what some saw as desperate measures to get builders and specialist contractors to sign up to the pilot Quality Mark (QM) schemes in Birmingham and Somerset, the QM will be launched to the...
15 April 2001
CED, the Grays, Essex, company best known for their hard landscaping, have won the contract to supply 1,000m2 of honed granite for the interiors of the new headquarters of pharmaceuticals company...
15 April 2001
David Pollard has taken issue with a comment made in NSS in February (on page 34) that Cheltenham town hall was built in the stone from Syreford Quarry just outside Cheltenham that has been re-opened...

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