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Demolition Projects

Demolition Projects

Having successfully completed a large number of demolition projects throughout Leicestershire and the surrounding areas of the East Midlands, Lost World Demolition has both the experience and capacity to undertake demolition contracts of all sizes. Please find below a selection of our previously completed demolition contracts.

Byfords Knitwear: Blackbird Road, Leicester

Demolished to make way for a health club, many people visited the site and asked for a brick as a “keepsake”, as so many Leicester residents had worked there during the booming knitwear trade.

Charles Street Police Station: City Centre, Leicester

Lost World Demolition demolished this police station for new building developments. The site has since been developed into housing and Civil Service buildings.

Towers Hospital: Gypsy Lane, Leicester

Lost World Demolition contributed towards the demolition of this hospital, which was demolished to make way for new, modern housing.

Richard Roberts Knitwear Factory, Leicester

A large 5 storey knitwear factory that was demolished before the site was used for the development of luxury flats and accommodation.

Job Centre: High Cross Street, Leicester

This job centre was demolished before land was redeveloped as a site for a casino.

Other Demolition Projects Include:
  • Chimney & Factory Demolition: Meynell Road, Leicester

  • Old Buildings: High Cross Street, Leicester

  • Strip Out Work: Newarke Street, Leicester

  • AUEW Building: Vaughan Way, Leicester

  • The Gaiety Theatre: Leicester


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Asbestos Removal

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Chimneys & Towers

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For Further Information On Our Demolition Services In Leicester, Please Call Lost World Demolition On:
01162 613 001

Unit 7, Abbey Court, Wallingford Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE4 5RD

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