4 Nov, 2015 @ 12:24
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Gibraltar International Bank wins heritage award for ‘sensitive conversion’ of its head office

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Gibraltar International Bank
Gibraltar International Bank
Gibraltar International Bank

IT is a transformation to rival London’s Tate Modern.

And now the Gibraltar International Bank has been awarded with a Group Heritage Award for the ‘sensitive conversion’ of the old Ince’s Hall into its attractive head office.

The tired building, last used as a nightclub, has been carefully restored to retain many original features.

The Gibraltar Heritage Trust presented two other group awards at a ceremony earlier this month.

One went to Jew’s Gate Cemetery for the sensitive installation of raised walkways and improved access, and the other to the University of Gibraltar for its conversion of Bombproof Barracks into a modern higher education facility.

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