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Workshop rises from the ashes after £1.5m refit

Published:  24 September, 2010

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/>Following a £1.5m total refit, involving brand new equipment, workstations and offices, Impact Repair Centres’ headquarters site in Lifford Lane, Kings Norton has received a new lease of life

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/>The garage’s MD, Tony Lowe, who is a long standing member of the Retail Motor Industry board said “We have turned a negative into a real positive.”  Lowe continued, “It’s been a hard slog, but the end result is well worth it.

/>The fire is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault in a van stored in the worksh

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