Completion of Blocks B and C (Rosemary and Lavender) is currently estimated for October and Block D (Sage) in December
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One of the banks of electric switchgear delivered and installed.
Reception chandelier – Completely handmade by a long standing family run artisan business in Italy, the 1970’s style Molecule statement chandelier comes with 93 hand blown bespoke Murano glass spheres. It’s nearly 4 metres high x 4 metres wide. It weighs in at around 120 kilograms.
The street hoarding to the front of new Chinese Embassy has been removed to reveal the splendid listed building within the grounds.
Link Block between B and C.
Installation of the first balconies Block C facing Royal Mint Street.
One of the roof parapets being made water tight.
Cladding panels loaded onto the communal garden area between Blocks C and D – due to be fitted over next couple of days.
Pre-cast lift overrun on top floor, Block D.
Top floor cladding Block B installed.
Northern elevation of Block D as viewed from Magdalene Passage, E1.
View from the eastern side of Royal Mint Street looking west.
1st floor link between Blocks C and D – runs parallel to the swimming pool area and communal gardens.
First flooring installation.
First balconies on link between B and C.
Link between C and D.
Block C cladding progress.
Marble sample for bathroom.