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BDP has unveiled a trio of schemes in Manchester which brings the value of its work in the north-west city to £350 million over the last four years. The practice is working on a major redesign of the station concourse at Manchester Piccadilly railway station and has been appointed for a 20,000m 2retail development at Shambles West. It has also won planning consent for a new office block neighbouring the G-MEX. BDP also last week picked up the best public or commercial building award from the Royal Australian Institute of Architects for its £15 million tennis centre in New South Wales.

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