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Mundays 5k Charity Run

2014-05-23T08:18:58+00:00

All of us at Goddard Consulting would like say a big thank you to all who have donated towards our 5k charity run in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice. With your support we have raised a whopping £1,400 which will go towards helping those with terminal illnesses.   A special thanks to Kaymac Construction [...]

Mundays 5k Charity Run2014-05-23T08:18:58+00:00

Tower of London – Middle Drawbridge

2014-05-12T13:55:40+00:00

Goddard Consulting were appointed to oversee the refurbishment of the Middle Drawbridge at the Tower of London. Built in 1843, the original drawbridge had been in disrepair and in danger of collapsing. Historic Royal Palaces, in conjunction with English Heritage, authorised the project to demolish and rebuild a new, strengthened drawbridge. A key element of the [...]

Tower of London – Middle Drawbridge2014-05-12T13:55:40+00:00

V&A ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945 – 2014’

2014-05-09T15:52:41+00:00

Goddard consulting were appointed to the installation of the temporary exhibition 'The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945 - 2014' at London's Victoria and Albert Museum. This stunning collection explores the key individuals and organisations that brought Italian style to the forefront of the fashion world. Highlights of the exhibition include a collection of Bulgari jewellery once owned [...]

V&A ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945 – 2014’2014-05-09T15:52:41+00:00

The Goddard Team Win Prize for Fundraising

2013-05-23T14:41:27+00:00

Goddard Consulting took part in Mundays Solicitors’ 5km Fun Run in Bushy Park in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice, which provides patient care and support free of charge, giving outstanding end of life care. The team of seven have collectively raised the very healthy sum of £1,130 so far. After we’d all completed the [...]

The Goddard Team Win Prize for Fundraising2013-05-23T14:41:27+00:00

Queen Victoria’s Osborne Beach Wins Conservation Award

2013-05-04T09:32:04+00:00

At the Isle of Wight Society’s Conservation/RIBA New Build Awards, Queen Victoria’s private beach received the prestigious Landscaping Award for its restoration. The beach, which has been open to the public since July 2012, has undergone a number of improvements by English Heritage, including extensive work to restore the dilapidated 1950's changing pavilion and the [...]

Queen Victoria’s Osborne Beach Wins Conservation Award2013-05-04T09:32:04+00:00

Goddard Consulting Charity Run!

2013-04-16T14:43:12+00:00

Goddard Consulting are taking part in Mundays 6th Charity 5k Run 2013 in Bushey Park in aid of the Princess Alice Hospice in Esher  (Charity No. 1010930). The Hospice  provides patient care and support free of charge giving outstanding end of life care. Goddard Consulting are hoping to help raise as much money as possible, and [...]

Goddard Consulting Charity Run!2013-04-16T14:43:12+00:00

‘David Bowie Is’ at the V&A

2013-03-11T17:18:05+00:00

The V&A’s new exhibition ‘David Bowie Is’ is opening on 23rd March 2013 has become its fastest ever selling exhibition at the V&A reaching over 50,000 advanced tickets so far. The exhibition boasts a collection of over 300 objects which follow Bowie’s colourful career. On display are costumes such as the Ziggy Stardust bodysuit, instruments, [...]

‘David Bowie Is’ at the V&A2013-03-11T17:18:05+00:00

Fee for Intervention (FFI) Charges

2013-03-08T15:53:48+00:00

After the introduction of the Fee for Intervention charges on 1st October 2012, there has been some light shed on what costs should businesses should expect from an HSE visit. Since its introduction, the figures released for the period between 1st October and 30th November 2012 would suggest annual revenue of £4.3 million. Following visits [...]

Fee for Intervention (FFI) Charges2013-03-08T15:53:48+00:00

Dunedin Mews Wins ‘Best Small Development’

2013-02-06T14:46:36+00:00

Dunedin Mews wins the ‘Best Small Development’ category in the Evening Standard New Homes Awards by Leathwaite Development Ltd. Previously a brownfield site located off Telford Avenue, Streatham, the development consists of two Duplex apartments and a Penthouse. With its ‘Living’ Green roof system and low energy lighting it has also achieved a Level 3 [...]

Dunedin Mews Wins ‘Best Small Development’2013-02-06T14:46:36+00:00

Lonely Planet Opens First UK Store

2013-02-01T17:11:05+00:00

Lonely Planet travel and guide book publisher has opened its first UK store in Manchester Airport, Terminal 1. Tony Wheeler, who started writing guides with his wife over 40 years ago whilst travelling through Australia was present at the launch. Digital interactive hubs are also available for travellers wishing to gain inspiration for their trip.

Lonely Planet Opens First UK Store2013-02-01T17:11:05+00:00

Whiftgift School Boarding House – Topping Out Ceremony

2012-10-15T14:13:58+00:00

On Friday 12th October 2012, the Topping Ceremony at the Whitgift School Boarding House was held to commemorate the completion of the structural elements of the works. The Head of Governors and the Head Master laid the final stone to the gable end of the building with a silver trowel that was presented to them [...]

Whiftgift School Boarding House – Topping Out Ceremony2012-10-15T14:13:58+00:00

HSE – Fee for Intervention

2012-10-01T08:50:31+00:00

On 1st October 2012, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), commenced recovering their costs of investigating and dealing with breaches of health and safety regulations. Under the Health and Safety (Fees) Regulations 2012, those who break health and safety laws are liable for the recovery of the HSE's related costs, including: inspection, investigation and taking [...]

HSE – Fee for Intervention2012-10-01T08:50:31+00:00

4-5 Arlington Street, Mayfair

2012-09-15T15:37:34+00:00

The conversion of two eighteenth century houses at 4-5 Arlington Street into five luxury apartments received the Evening Standard New Home Awards 2012 Winner for the Best Penthouse. During the 18th century, when Arlington Street was nicknamed ‘Ministerial Street’ because of the number of politicians living there, No.5 Arlington Street was home to Britain’s longest [...]

4-5 Arlington Street, Mayfair2012-09-15T15:37:34+00:00
  • Victoria & Albert Museum - Ballgowns exhibition

Ballgowns: British Glamour since 1950

2012-07-14T22:10:35+00:00

This exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum opened to the public on the 19th May 2012. This is the first display in the newly renovated V&A Fashion Galleries, featuring beautiful ballgowns that include a gown designed for the Queen Mother, Princess Diana’s “Elvis Dress” and dresses fresh from Alexander McQueen’s catwalk shows. Goddard Consulting [...]

Ballgowns: British Glamour since 19502012-07-14T22:10:35+00:00
  • National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

Royal River Exhibition at the National Maritime Museum

2012-07-14T22:05:00+00:00

Celebrating the Diamond Jubilee and the National Maritime Museum’s 75th Anniversary, Royal River: Power, Pageantry and the Thames explores London’s greatest thoroughfare, and examines how the Thames has been used to display power and patronage throughout the history of the capital. Guest curated by David Starkey, the exhibition brings together paintings, manuscripts and rare objects, [...]

Royal River Exhibition at the National Maritime Museum2012-07-14T22:05:00+00:00

The Phillip’s Memorial Park

2012-06-30T14:26:41+00:00

The Phillip’s Memorial Park in Godalming opened in 1914 as a commemoration to Jack Phillips, the chief wireless operator who lost his life on the ill fated SS Titanic. Last year the park received a £350,000 grant from the National Lottery to restore the cloister in time for the centenary of the sinking of the [...]

The Phillip’s Memorial Park2012-06-30T14:26:41+00:00

White Cube Gallery – Bermondsey Street

2012-06-29T14:29:25+00:00

White Cube have opened a third gallery in London, located on Bermondsey Street. The gallery provides more than 5440 m2 of interior space on a site of 1.7 acres. The building dates from the 1970′s and was a warehouse prior to the recent refurbishment works. The building was altered to include three principal exhibition spaces, [...]

White Cube Gallery – Bermondsey Street2012-06-29T14:29:25+00:00

Cambridge Travelodge

2011-12-17T10:17:19+00:00

Goddard Consulting LLP have recently completed CDM Co-ordinator services for the construction of a new 138 bedroom Travelodge in Orchard Park, Cambridge. The hotel is Cambridge’s fifth Travelodge, with a gross development area of 45,000 square feet. Officially opened by the vice chairman of South Cambridgeshire District Council at the end of 2011 following a [...]

Cambridge Travelodge2011-12-17T10:17:19+00:00

Gloucester City Museum

2011-09-17T10:19:53+00:00

Goddard Consulting were delighted to act as the CDM Co-ordinators for the refurbishment of Gloucester City Museum, due to celebrate it’s transformation with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Gloucester Day (3rd September). The re-design included new interactive displays, a brand new reception area, coffee house and shop, and the complete remodelling of the ground floor. [...]

Gloucester City Museum2011-09-17T10:19:53+00:00

Winsford Place, NW4

2011-09-17T10:14:52+00:00

Works have completed at Winsford Place, the development of five luxury flats in Northwest London, which were designed to meet the Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3.

Winsford Place, NW42011-09-17T10:14:52+00:00

Voyagers Gallery – National Maritime Museum

2011-06-17T10:11:48+00:00

Two of our consultants were delighted to be invited to the opening of the Sammy Ofer Wing at The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, opened by the RT. HON. Jeremy Hunt MP. Goddard Consulting were the CDM Co-ordinators for the installation of the Voyagers Gallery, a permanent exhibition space situated in the new £35 million [...]

Voyagers Gallery – National Maritime Museum2011-06-17T10:11:48+00:00

St Patrick’s Church, Soho

2011-05-17T10:09:02+00:00

St Patrick’s Catholic Church in Soho has reopened following a fourteen month refurbishment project which included the creation of a crypt, classrooms and cafe. The church, which is England’s oldest Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on 31st May with a choral performance composed especially for the occasion by James MacMillan. A mass was held on 2nd [...]

St Patrick’s Church, Soho2011-05-17T10:09:02+00:00

Pollen Street Social

2011-03-17T10:08:11+00:00

Pollen Street Social, the first independent restaurant from Jason Atherton, is now open.  Designed by Shanghai based architects Neri & Hu Design and Research Office, Pollen Street Social houses the first dessert bar in London, as well as a cocktail bar and is part of Jason Atherton’s vision to create a fun and flexible dining [...]

Pollen Street Social2011-03-17T10:08:11+00:00

Torriano Junior School Gatehouse

2010-11-17T10:03:30+00:00

The 4th November saw the opening of the new Torriano Junior School “Gatehouse” building.  Built as part of the school’s centenary celebrations, the “Gatehouse” creates a flexible learning space for the school’s pupils, consisting of 2 classroom spaces and a performance hall.

Torriano Junior School Gatehouse2010-11-17T10:03:30+00:00

Ronnie Barker Statue Unveiled at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

2010-10-17T09:57:15+00:00

As part of the Waterside Development Project in Aylesbury a statue of Ronnie Barker, depicted as Porridge inmate Norman Stanley Fletcher by sculptor Martin Jennings, was unveiled outside the newly completed Aylesbury Waterside Theatre on 30th September 2010. The Waterside Project is part of the redevelopment of Aylesbury town centre, which also includes a new [...]

Ronnie Barker Statue Unveiled at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre2010-10-17T09:57:15+00:00
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