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Westferry Printworks

Boris makes it 17/17 as he approves two more called-in schemes

29 April 2016| By Louise Dransfield

PLP and Pilbrow projects complete mayor’s 100% approval record as he enters last few days in job

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Sam Jacob Studio - Ivy Street, Shoreditch

Sam Jacob wins planning for pub conversion

29 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Mixed-use project will wrap Victorian building in castle-like wall

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Hugh Broughton Architects - Greenwich Royal Naval College - Painted Hall - cutaway

Hugh Broughton's Greenwich restoration receives £3m boost

29 April 2016| By Tim Clark

New images of architect’s £8m naval college conservation project released

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Architects' confidence soars - especially in the north

28 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Private housing and commercial sectors most promising, say practices

The joint AHR and PCKO team

AHR snaps up PCKO

28 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Deal set to grow AHR’s affordable housing business

Farrell's Comyn Ching Triangle development

Big names back Comyn Ching listing bid

28 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Jencks and Knight argue Farrell project should be viewed alongside Neues Museum and Venturi Scott Brown’s work

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Snohetta - the new SFMOMA

Snøhetta completes its transformation of SFMOMA

28 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Mario Botta gallery triples in size

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Piercy Drury Lane

Piercy & Co gets Covent Garden OK

28 April 2016| By David Rogers

Scheme on Drury Lane will be resi led

Maggie's Manchester at the Christie Hospital - designed by Foster and Partners

Foster's Manchester Maggie's opens

27 April 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Norman Foster speaks of his personal connections

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Industry is working to ensure Green Deal qualifi cations and accreditation procedures are in place to protect consumers

Lords reopen the door to zero carbon homes

27 April 2016| By Yoosof Farah

Industry ‘hopeful’ that peers’ rebellion could put sustainable homes back on statute books

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