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The deal between Holyrood and Westminster could be renegotiated with less cash going to Scotland

Scotland set for investment after No vote

19 September 2014| By Vern Pitt

PM welcomes No campaign victory and pledges devolution for Scotland and English votes for English laws

Wikihouse 4.0

Give us the land and we'll solve the housing crisis ourselves

22 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

There’s never been a better time to tell politicians what we want, writes Elizabeth Hopkirk

Gwyn Richards, City head of design

City set for trio of new towers

22 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Planning chief applauds ‘constructive relationship’ with architects

Smithfield Quarter Farringdon Charterhouse

McAslan begins work on new Smithfield proposal

22 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Take two is retail-led

PLP's 2-6 Cannon Street scheme - from St Paul's Cathedral

PLP submits plan to replace modernist office opposite St Paul's

22 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Scandinavian House surrounded by listed buildings

JTP's Lewisham scheme for Pocket

JTP pockets a planning double

22 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Two schemes for same developer win consent on same day

Leslie Jones Minsk

Leslie Jones lands Minsk work

22 September 2014| By David Rogers

Retail architect heads for Belarus


Jubilation and tears as architects digest referendum result

19 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

‘I don’t think people realised how close to the cliff they had got,’ says Richard Murphy

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Digital design agency NYYVE used Unity to create an award-winning visualisation of the city of Ottawa

CPD 24 2014: Creating real-time 3D visualisations

19 September 2014

This CPD module, sponsored by Unity Technologies, will discuss how real-time visualisation engines can be used to communicate designs more effectively to clients and stakeholders

Squire & Partners' Shell Centre scheme

Opponent's swipe at Shell Centre developer's 'presumption'

19 September 2014| By David Rogers

Canary Wharf starts tendering work on £1.2bn scheme as its expects “succesful outcome” in court battle

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careers feature

Going from over here to over there

11 September 2014| By Joey Gardiner

Global construction is set to boom over the next decade, so where are UK construction consultants most in demand?

Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: Should I teach?

2 September 2014| By Matthew Turner

BD’s career doctor on the benefits and strains of combining practice and academia

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