Fort Bovisand, Plymouth

June 3, 2012 - Mike

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scheme for a Victorian fort on Plymouth Sound. We are helping the owner, Greg Dyke, to create an interpretive centre to tell the story of the fort, its defenders and the defence of the city. Working in a team that includes our friends at Headland Design we are preparing a £5m application for Heritage Lottery Funding.

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