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British Land image of Blossom Street proposal designed by AHMM-led team

We're not here to man the barricades, says Historic England chief

1 May 2015| By Nigel Barker

Nigel Barker defends heritage watchdog’s position on Norton Folgate and other controversial schemes

Wilmer Place AHMM

AHMM wins four-year battle for Hackney supermarket

1 May 2015| By Tim Clark

Wilmer Place to go ahead after campaign group concedes defeat despite anchor tenant pulling out

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Whitney Museum New York

Renzo Piano's Whitney Museum opens in New York

1 May 2015| By Tim Clark

Michelle Obama opens gallery’s new home in city’s Meatpacking district

UK Pavilion at Milan Expo 2015

British Pavilion at Milan Expo opens to public

1 May 2015| By Tim Clark

Wolfgang Buttress-designed structure set to cause a buzz

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Old Royal Naval College - Painted Hall

Hugh Broughton Architects chosen for Greenwich restoration

1 May 2015| By Tim Clark

Hugh Broughton Architects to deliver second phase of conservation work at Naval College’s Painted Hall

Adam Architecture's Three Sisters Reading scheme

Planners reject Robert Adam's 'alien' towers

1 May 2015| By Tim Clark

Reading councillors throw out plans for trio of neo-classical apartment blocks

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Dan Cruickshank

Cruickshank invokes Churchill in British Land apology

30 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

‘Nazi Germany was a militarist, racist, murderous dictatorship. British Land is, of course, none of these things’, says TV presenter

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Gillian Darley

It's the architecture critic wot won it

30 April 2015| By Gillian Darley

Today’s architectural writers wield their influence to powerful political effect, argues Gillian Darley as the election looms

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Squire & Partners' Shell Centre scheme

Judge approves Shell Centre campaigner's appeal

30 April 2015 |Updated: 30 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

£1.2m Squire & Partners project heads back to court

Andrew Barraclough

How contractors can minimise design risk when bidding

30 April 2015| By Andrew Barraclough

Mistakes at the start will come back to haunt you, warns our BIM columnist

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