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Plasterer Pat Drohan and mate John Brealey, of Thomas Fish and Sons, at work on the conversion of a former lace factory in Nottingham. The factory is being turned into a tapas bar, office and penthouse flat in a development worth £500,000 in total. Construction work is booming in Nottingham. A spokesman for the city council said more than £500 million- worth of construction work had been granted planning permission or was under way.