Last Friday I attended a public exhibition at the Town Hall for revised proposals for the development previously known as Swan Heights to be built on the former BMW site on Napier Road. Here’s what I picked up, and some follow up thoughts… Continue reading “Swan Heights, the Thames and a Tunnel” →
The largely derelict Station Hill site was bought by John Madejski’s property company in March 2005. Eleven and a half years later, progress has been painfully slow. With no news on the project in months you can only imagine my excitement upon noticing last week that the website logo in the top right-hand corner of the screen had been updated! Whilst the Station Hill developers are somewhat tardy at building buildings, in relation they’re positively prolific at building websites. By now I should surely be writing a piece about gleaming new architecture? In the absence of any bricks and mortar, and thanks to the little-known online gem that is the “wayback machine” internet archive, here instead is my history of the StationHillReading.co.uk website.
Continue reading “Station Hill – no news whatsoever” →