Category Archives: Lanview News

By 8th February 2022

We’re delighted to announce that last week Lanview received a fantastic Health and Safety compliance score of 97% from independent accessors who came to inspect our prestigious, repeat client project site! The assessment covered all aspects on health and safety on the site, including risk assessments, housekeeping, lighting, working at height and personal protective equipment.

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Sherbourne House
By 13th January 2022

Today we’re delighted to hear that a previous fit-out project of ours, Sherbourne Student Village (Sherbourne House), has been voted the number one student accommodation in Coventry by ‘Student Crowd’! Partnering with the Elite Group in association with AXO Student Living, Lanview were commissioned to carry out the refurbishment of Sherbourne House Student Accommodation in Coventry in

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By 20th December 2021

Before we break for Christmas, we’re pleased to share with you the successful first phase completion of a highly prestigious and complex fit out and refurbishment project that we’re working on for a repeat client of ours, with whom we’ve developed a great relationship with over the years. This exciting project involved a complete refurbishment

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By 8th November 2021

We’re delighted to update you today regarding the second part of an ongoing project for one of our most prestigious clients- the ‘Saatchi Yates’ art gallery in London’s Mayfair. Based in Cork Street and opened last year, Lanview were initially involved in the fit-out of the gallery, including electrical alterations, partitions, glass balastrading and door installation,

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Mercedes Benz Lakeside
By 14th September 2021

Here at Lanview we’re delighted to announce the completion of another project for our long-standing client, Jardine Motors Group, this time on their Mercedes Benz Lakeside Approved Used centre.  This project consisted of removing the existing Harley Davidson furniture, fixtures and fittings ahead of the strip-out of elements of the fabric of the building itself.

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