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Glasgow calls time on oldest bar…

Glasgow’s Old College Bar faces the axe ahead of student accommodation plans. Plans to demolish one of Glasgow’s oldest buildings for a towering student flat development have been submitted to Glasgow City Council. If the proposal goes ahead, the 12-storey, 426-bed flat complex will replace the Old College Bar, said to be the oldest pub […]

Breaking News – Lord Snowdon dies…

Famed photographer with close ties to the NFDC has passed away. Lord Snowdon (front row) with NFDC officers at 2007 NFDC AGM[/caption]Lord Snowdon, the former husband of Princess Margaret, has died aged 86. He was the first-ever patron of the National Federation of Demolition Contractors. The renowned photographer passed peacefully at his home on Friday, […]

Video – A damper on demolition…

Rain hampers California bridge demolition. Weather placed a damper on the demolition of the old Antlers Bridge in Lakehead Tuesday. Around 1,300 charges were set in five sections but several of them did not ignite due to the rain according to local news reports. Most of the bridge, which was built in 1941, was brought […]

The new Demolition magazine has dropped…

The Azure Edition is landing on demolition desks as we speak. The latest Demolition magazine is currently landing on desks across the land with a mighty whump.   If you’re not subscribed or if you’re outside the UK, then fear not.   You can check it out in all its sky blue glory just by clicking here. […]

No case to answer at Seaforth…

Public was not put at risk during failed implosion. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has ruled out taking any action over the failed demolition of two Seaforth tower blocks earlier this year. Residents were not allowed to return to their homes for more than a week after a demolition attempt by contractors left one […]

Video – Steel tower cut down to size…

Mick George Ltd cranes to reach 42 metre structure. Although we are huge fans of the crash, bang and wallop style of demolition, we also enjoy a bit of precision dismantling. So check out this new video from Mick George Ltd – surely one of demolition’s rising stars of 2016 – as the company uses […]

Kit Talk 2 has landed…

Our equipment-dedicated magazine is back for its second instalment. You will recall that – back in October – we launched a new magazine called Kit Talk that was dedicated entirely to demolition equipment. We said at the time that it was a “suck it and see” launch to test if there was an appetite for […]

Looking back on a year to forget…

New ebook charts the highs and many lows of demolition sector during 2016. This time last year we published a book called A Site for Sore Eyes; a collection of articles, essays and stories from the pen (PC) of DemolitionNews’ editor Mark Anthony. That book – in both paper and electronic formats – sold right […]

The cars and fish left behind…

Demolition plan leaves cars trapped – and a fish dinner sitting on the kitchen bench. The McDonald family was looking forward to tucking into a nice Thursday night meal of snapper. It might not be so nice by next March. Pete McDonald got a kilogram of snapper and cod out of his freezer on the […]

Fate sealed for Colwyn Bay Pier…

Welsh landmark faces demolition after rescue bid fails. Council bosses are to push ahead demolition plans after businessman Steve Hunt’s final attempt to have ownership of Colwyn Bay Pier vested in him has failed. Earlier this year, the Court of Appeal had refused Mr Hunt’s application for permission to appeal the December 2015 High Court […]

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