Park Tower Apartments, Hartlepool - Conversion of derelict Grade 2 Listed former Co-op building

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    "On 15th September 2008, Phil Newbold, Senior Associate at Dewjo’c Architects, was presented with the Rose Bowl for Conservation for the restoration of Park Tower, the former Co-op Department Store. The Hartlepool Civic Trust Society staged the event and Joy Yates, Editor of The Hartlepool Mail, presented the awards Park Tower, built in 1913, now provides 50 cutting-edge, city centre style apartments at affordable prices...."
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
    Last modified: 7 years, 4 months ago
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