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As a leading #construction #PRagency based in the north of England, we can’t help but be a little biased about the standard of buildings that have graced our northern cities over the last decade. From libraries and museums through to cultural centres and health facilities, we have a host of highly-acclaimed and award-winning projects that adorn our skyline, celebrating trade, culture and education and paying homage to the history and influences of its region.

As we approach the announcement of #RIBA’s Regional Awards (due to be revealed next month), we thought now would be an opportune time to reflect on our 10 favourite contemporary architectural gems right here in the North. So let’s commence…

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With outstanding eco-credentials and exceptional finesse, we believe these projects have been executed to extraordinary levels. They contribute on many levels to the overall regeneration of our towns and cities, boosting the economy and quality of life of its inhabitants – plus provide further opportunities for learning and development. As we look ahead, it’s refreshing to see more schemes on their way (Pall Mall scheme, Bragg Building and Wirral Regeneration to name but a few).

Here at Clare PR, we’re forever working on behalf of our clients to ensure their involvement in class-leading projects, such as these above, is recognised. We have a range of clients who are integral to the successful completion of some outstanding buildings and we’re here to shout about them! As we speak, our team of writers are piecing together the stories of several projects that are destined to transform the way we regard and utilise our much-loved cities of the North. Stay tuned for more info! In the meantime, we’d love to hear your thoughts on which buildings you would choose - please let us know!

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