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Latest features offer levels of interaction comparable with the "real world". The world’s first Hemispherium ™ VR Theatre was developed by the team at the Centre and creates an almost complete feeling of travelling into a virtual world, including virtual people, vehicles and other interactions. The VR Centre offers exciting new opportunities to the NorthEast Construction Industry in training and presentation skills. One of its primary activities is to develop PC applications for the smaller company and, to achieve this, has substantial grants for qualifying companies in the NorthEast that can significantly reduce project costs.

The agreement of offer must be sold out before Conveyancers Australia can be completed. Clients will use the technology because of its fast turnaround time and the freedom it offers,” said John Bale. “The model of the South-side development contains aircraft, ground vehicles and buildings.

Viewers can explore the model using flythrough functions that enable following the path of aircraft and ground vehicles. VR is extremely useful when developing a product or planning a project because it makes it easier to visualise the end result. Mayfair is currently the UK’s hottest office market according to research published this week by Cluttons. According to the firm’s Mayfair Update Autumn 2000, take up in the last four months was up a massive 450% to 33,769 sq m and prime rents have shot up by over a third to £861 per sq m (£80 per sq ft).

Burford’s Mayfair Place recently achieved £861 per sq m (£80 per sq ft) – a record rental value – but, says Neil Chegwidden, Head of Research at Cluttons: “Far from being a one off deal, other high-value lettings have also recently occurred. The common thread between them has not only been the quality and location of the space, but also the size. New, large floor plates are a rare commodity in the Mayfair market, which has a far greater proportion of small-tomedium sized properties than other areas. So, the real question is whether Mayfair can deliver any more of these large landmark schemes?”

Westminster Council’s recently restated general objections to tall buildings all militate against it. There are several mid-sized schemes in the offing, but none on the scale of 1 Curzon Street or Mayfair Place and none deliverable until late-2001 at the earliest. However, Neil Chegwidden does not believe that the “superdeals” will stop once there are no large floor plates left in Mayfair? “

The area is remarkably robust” he comments “and sustainable supply and demand fundamentals should ensure that all top grade new floor space will be fought over by occupiers willing to pay the Mayfair premium.