landmark beacon

landmark beacon

[′lan‚märk ‚bē·kən]
(navigation)
A light beacon, flashing white and red, marking the location of a natural or constructed landmark or a point on the Federal airways.
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TWO decades after Sir Bob Murray built the Stadium of Light on the banks of the River Wear to breathe new life into Sunderland's football club, he is convinced the landmark Beacon of Light will have a similar transformative effect on the lives of those in the city and the region.
The company works in the education, leisure, housing, health and commercial sectors and is currently project managing the delivery of the landmark Beacon of Light scheme in Sunderland, the regeneration of Smith's Dock in North Shields and has recently completed the refurbishment of the Grade I listed Acklam Hall in Middlesbrough.
'Our design philosophy has been to create a landmark beacon on a corner of the city where people leave Lime Street.
The building society is finalising details with city leisure chiefs and an announcement, expected shortly, comes after months of speculation around the landmark beacon.