The station returned to the air within a week, in new premises.
In 1910, the village school moved to new premises built for 240 children.
In the 1930s the decision was made to move the Institute to new premises.
In the early 19th century, new premises were built for the collection.
By 1927, the school had grown and new premises were required.
In 1915, she built new premises on the main road.
The school moved into its new premises in November 2000.
The cost of building the new premises is reported to have been £176,445.
One moved out of the city centre and has seen business increase at its new premises.
Early in the 1820s the governors decided to move to new premises.