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Climate and Heritage Are Reasons to ‘Rescue Debenhams Building’ Says National Campaign Group

By Hugh Coakley Debenhams should be rescued from demolition. This is the message from historic buildings campaigners, SAVE Britain’s Heritage who are calling for department stores around the country, including…

Town Split Over St Mary’s Wharf As Historic England Accuses Developer of “Flawed” Conclusions

By Hugh Coakley Opinion in Guildford remains split over the St Mary’s Wharf proposals for riverside apartments, up to nine storeys high, on the former Debenhams site. And in what…

Letter: What St Mary’s Wharf Developers Want And What They Get Is Not The Same

From John Rigg R4GV councillor for Holy Trinity and GBC lead councillor for regeneration I have some observations in response to Hugh Coakley’s article on the Saint Mary’s Wharf project…

Nine Storeys Proposed for Debenhams Replacement ‘St Mary’s Wharf’

By Hugh Coakley The apartment buildings that will replace Debenhams will be eight and nine storeys high if the proposals from developer Native Land progress as planned. And the chair…