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  • Birmingham Mailbox shines a light on redevelopment - with giant red desk-lamp
    March 6, 2014

    Birmingham Mailbox shines a light on redevelopment - with giant red desk-lamp

    Birmingham’s Mailbox is shining a light on its £50million redevelopment. A series of striking red installations have been introduced to guide visitors around the at the lifestyle and shopping venue during its redevelopment.

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  • Milligan news at London City Airport
    January 31, 2014

    Milligan news at London City Airport

    Milligan has negotiated a three-year agreement between news and media company Bloomberg and London City Airport to install the first technology-driven Bloomberg Hub for the airport's 3.4 million passengers.

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  • Bloomberg Launches Brand Experience at London City Airport
    January 29, 2014

    Bloomberg Launches Brand Experience at London City Airport

    Milligan is delighted to announce its role in negotiating a three-year agreement between Bloomberg L.P., the global business and financial information and news leader and London City Airport (LCY) to install an innovative, technology-driven Bloomberg brand experience that plays on a remarkable synergy between their primary audiences.

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  • Mailbox redevelopment underway with appointment of contractors
    January 29, 2014

    Mailbox redevelopment underway with appointment of contractors

    The redevelopment of Birmingham's premier lifestyle and shopping destination, Mailbox, has moved into the next phase following the appointment of Galliford Try as contractors to the scheme.

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  • Ball starts rolling on the Mailbox's £50m refurb
    January 28, 2014

    Ball starts rolling on the Mailbox's £50m refurb

    The £50 million redevelopment of the Mailbox is set to start after contractors were appointed. A scheme to build a new roof, larger public areas and improvements to the surrounding infrastructure at the high-end shopping destination, will begin following the appointment of Galliford Try.

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