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Archive of: Architecture


Respecting the Past is an Important Part of Preserving the Future

At The Forum we are diverting the subterranean course of the River Twyer running through the site. The new route is being excavated by archaeologists. The ground has a rich medieval history and was last year identified as the location of the lost Whitefriars monastery dissolved by Henry VIII in the 1500’s.


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Respecting the Past is an Important Part of Preserving the Future

A New Boutique Hotel and Rooftop Terrace for Oxford City Centre

In June this year Reef completed on the purchase of Boswells Department Store in Oxford City Centre as part of a joint venture with La Salle Investment Management and Oxford City Council. Reef have significant experience within the City having completed a joint venture with the Council and British Airways Pension Fund on the redevelopment of 4/5 Queen Street and St Aldates in 2018.


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A New Boutique Hotel and Rooftop Terrace for Oxford City Centre

Urban Intervention

Reef’s redevelopment of the vacant BHS building in the heart of St Albans City completed in May this year. The demolition and redevelopment of a disused building – which had sat vacant on the high street for over three years – has assisted greatly in driving footfall and activity at the northern end of St Peters Street despite these uncertain times.


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Urban Intervention

Join the New Reality

Reef have commenced onsite with The Forum, a 600,000 sq ft City Centre Campus at the heart of Gloucester.


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Join the New Reality

Supporting the Life Science Sector

Construction has commenced onsite at Tribeca, a 1m sq ft Life Science campus in St Pancras. Situated on the Regent’s Canal, Tribeca will deliver a new state of the art Life Science cluster of laboratories and workspace along with complimentary restaurants and retail, united by new public realm and residential.


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Supporting the Life Science Sector