Year: 2016

bernie spain gardens

Phase 2 of the Bernie Spain Gardens public consultation

October 6, 2016

Following the open meeting in July for all our co-op residents, we are now in phase 2 of this project which is a public consultation. We will be running three pop up consultation events in the gardens on 6, 7 and 8 October (10am to 4pm) to gather views of people who live, work and visit […]

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Garden Bridge Trust spring CGI

Garden Bridge Update March 2016

March 22, 2016

The Garden Bridge is a proposed new pedestrian crossing spanning the River Thames linking South Bank to Temple station, designed by Thomas Heatherwick and garden designer Dan Pearson. The South Bank ‘landing’ is on part of the Riverside Walkway by ITV which is leased to Coin Street Community Builders. The freehold is owned by the […]

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Girls Club Reunion - Oliver Rudkin

CSCB accredited Bronze London Youth Quality Mark

March 10, 2016

Coin Street Community Builders has been accredited with a Bronze London Youth Quality Mark, recognising our good practice in youth provision, policies and procedure. London Youth is a network of diverse community youth organisations serving young people of all backgrounds throughout London. CSCB offers a range of youth programmes, outreach opportunities and special events throughout […]

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Coin Street Community Builders celebrates National Best Companies Day

February 26, 2016

Coin Street Community Builders celebrates National Best Companies Day and their One to watch 2016 accreditation. The aim of Best Companies is to help create happy work places, encourage employee engagement and support growth and success. To celebrate our recent accreditation, CSCB staff and visitors enjoyed an Afternoon TeaM party with lots of tasty treats […]

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Benjamin Marks named as first winner of the RIBA Journal’s MacEwen Award

February 5, 2016

Benjamin Marks, has added to his growing collection of awards after being announced as the first winner of the MacEwen Award on 2 February 2016. The bolt-together Walter Segal building, constructed in 1988, was CSCB’s former offices. The building became redundant when CSCB moved into its new offices at the neighbourhood centre in 2011 to […]

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