PUBLISHED: 15:20 01 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:20 01 August 2018 Railway Town Image Collage. Photo: Archant Planners have set out their vision for a 10,000 home “garden town” in a document we are publishing today. North Elmham station is abandoned but would be brought back under the plans. Photo: ArchantNorwich firm Lanpro wants to build a new town the size of Thetford in the mid-Norfolk countryside, off the A1067.Last November they produced an eight-page prospectus setting out the scheme, but it has not been shared with those living in the area or the wider public.We are publishing a full copy of it on our website today to give people more details, from Lanpro’s perspective, about the scheme.Lanpro said in the document the garden town would “work with the existing landscape to protect our beautiful Norfolk countryside whilst embracing high-quality design and futurism.”But the Campaign to Protect Rural England has heavily criticised the proposals, … [Read more...] about Revealed: Developer’s eight-page proposal for new 10,000-home town in rural Norfolk
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PUBLISHED: 06:23 18 June 2018 | UPDATED: 06:23 18 June 2018 The new technology hub would operate from current college sites, and would include a £7million boost for engineering facilities at West Suffolk College. Dr Nikos Savvas talking to a student Picture: GREGG BROWN Multi-million pound plans to create a pioneering institute of technology in East Anglia have leapt forward, it can be revealed today. Technology giant BT is among the businesses backing the project. Aerial view of Adastral Park Picture: MIKE PAGE Back in October five colleges in Suffolk and Norfolk – including Suffolk New College, Easton and Otley College and West Suffolk College – applied for a slice of a £170million Government cash pot to form the institute, aimed at meeting growing demand for advanced skills. Now the collective proposal, to establish the Eastern Institute of Technology (EIoT), has become one of just 16 national projects to move into the second stage of bidding. It is being … [Read more...] about Major bid for multi-million pound technology hub in Suffolk and Norfolk edges step closer
Eli Rosenberg, The Washington Post Published 7:57 pm, Friday, June 1, 2018 Photo: NathanLarson.org Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Nathan Larson, 37-year-old accountant from Charlottesville, Virginia, is running for Congress as an independent candidate in his native state. Nathan Larson, 37-year-old accountant from Charlottesville, Virginia, is running for Congress as an independent candidate in his native state. Photo: NathanLarson.org He's pro-incest, pedophilia, and rape. He's also running for Congress from his parents' house. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Nathan Larson lives with his parents, and spends most of his waking hours on the Internet in between intermittent work as an accountant. And it's mostly there that he's developed some views that put him on the extreme fringes of society. He believes in … [Read more...] about He’s pro-incest, pedophilia, and rape. He’s also running for Congress from his parents’ house.
Sometimes creatives get so busy making work that they don't pause to notice the many opportunities in their midst. So we've put together a roundup of 10 opportunities — including art jobs and grants, as well as calls for visual art, performance art, and films. Several deadlines loom, so don't delay if you're eager to throw your hat into the ring. Canal ConvergenceScottsdale Public Art website. BlakTina Dance FestivalBlakTina Festival Facebook page. EXPAND The BlakTina Festival is looking for works for its 2018 festival in Phoenix. Eduardo Robles Mendivil “Synchronicity” ExhibitMillet House is accepting submissions for its upcoming “Synchronicity (at sixty)” exhibition, which runs from Friday, July 13, to Friday, August 24. The show will include works by selected artists, artists in the Millet House art collective, and Mesa artist Jaime Glasser. Submissions are due by Saturday, June 16. Find more information on the Millet House website.Carmody … [Read more...] about 10 New Opportunities for Metro Phoenix Creatives
The Sears department store at Southlake Mall is being auctioned online, but that doesn't necessarily mean it will close.The struggling Hoffman Estates-based retailer, which has been closing stores across the country for years and sold off its iconic Craftsman line of tools last year, is selling 16 stores in a bid to raise capital, but is looking for lease-back deals through which it would collect a windfall from the sale and pay rent to a new owner instead of owning the building outright."We are pursuing a sale/leaseback of the Sears store," spokesman Howard Riefs said. "The store will then be leased by Sears (instead of owned) and remain open to the public."Cushman & Wakefield and RealINSIGHT Marketplace are auctioning off the 210,404-square-foot Sears, which was one of the original anchor stores when the Southlake Mall opened in 1974. It encompasses a 185,887-square-foot store and 24,517-square-foot auto center on a 17.5-acre site. The auction is slated to take … [Read more...] about Southlake Mall Sears building put up for sale