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Crossrail 2 seeks infrastructure commission backing

27 November 2015| By Yoosof Farah

Scheme lays out plan at Building Live conference

Farrells' conceptual proposal for bridges in inner east London. The practice is currently working with Buro Happold on detailed proposals for bridges throughout east London

How London’s future depends on seven inexpensive bridges

27 November 2015| By Terry Farrell

In a week of announcements about new Thames crossings, Terry Farrell argues that building multiple low-level bridges in the east could unlock hundreds of thousands of homes

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Tower cores with cranes

Brittle confidence sees key RIBA marker slip again

27 November 2015| By David Rogers

Future Trends index has fallen by over half since summer

St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol

Bristol church launches £15m hunt for architect

27 November 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Competition dovetails with plans to wrest neighbourhood from grip of roads


Safer cycling campaign issues manifesto for construction

27 November 2015| By Louise Dransfield

Construction Industry Cycling Commission calls for investment in safer vehicles and road user training schemes

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Sanaa Budapest

Sanaa lands Hungary museum

27 November 2015| By David Rogers

Scheme to open in summer 2019

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Aberfeldy Village oin Poplar - phase 3 - Levitt Bernstein

Levitt Bernstein estate renewal approved

27 November 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Poplar scheme desiged to reflect its Docklands history

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London skyline

Planning getting 'much harder', admit developers

26 November 2015| By Louise Dransfield

Building Live: Osborne’s local authority cuts to cause more planning problems according to Building Live panel

Lords new stand

Populous cleared for Lord's cricket ground expansion

26 November 2015| By Iain Withers

Third architect to work on plan for legendary venue gets lucky

Jane Duncan

Design is critical to chancellor's pledges, warns Duncan

26 November 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk, Louise Dransfield, Joey Gardiner

New homes, schools and infrastructure must have design at their heart, says RIBA president


contracts cartoon

Is it ever worth calling in the lawyers? (by a lawyer)

9 November 2015| By Laurence Cobb

David Chipperfield is the latest high-profile architect to take a client to court, but every architect will face that dilemma at some point in their career. Lawyer Laurence Cobb urges caution

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