Corn Exchange

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Corn Exchange

a London-based wholesale commodity exchange which undertakes dealings in cereals, seeds, fertilizers and animal feedstuffs. See BALTIC MERCANTILE AND SHIPPING EXCHANGE, COMMODITY MARKET.
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The Corn Exchange transformation has been a collaboration between Aviva Investors UK Property Fund, Queensberry and 5plus Architects.
Anthony's was known for its experimental fine dining while Piazza featured a 125-seat brasserie situated in the central open expanse of the Corn Exchange.
Mr Mason said: "When we took over the Corn Exchange it was barely 50% let.
Originally produced by the Corn Exchange in Dublin, the play won the (Irish) Sunday Tribune award for best new play of 2000, drew more acclaim at the Edinburgh Festival and was picked up by the Hampstead Theater in London.
If Brecon Beacons National Park Authority's planning committee support our scheme for three shops and three flats in the Corn Exchange we will only then need approval from the historic buildings body Cadw before we can buy the building and start work to clear it in November.
Traders from the Corn Exchange outside their destroyed building.
We as a practice have been involved in regeneration and we are delighted buildings like the Minster and the Corn Exchange have been recognised".
The Corn Exchange will also be the setting tomorrow for scenery-making workshops.
The band rocked the Corn Exchange with their first Scots gig since the launch of their debut album and the songs sounded better for their raw, edgy sound.
LRS will initially be based at The Corn Exchange on Fenwick Street.
Urbis occupies an island site between the Corn Exchange and George Stephenson's Victoria Station.
It comes after The Corn Exchange Community Investment Group (CECIG) rallied together to raise funds to buy out the pub.