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Neil Kinnock

Infrastructure body ‘wrecked’, says Kinnock

23 September 2016| By Mark Leftly

Lack of statutory independence for National Infrastructure Commission will mean it cannot take long-term decisions, says former Labour leader

London skyline Cheesegrater

Architects' confidence back up, despite London's Brexit gloom

23 September 2016| By David Rogers

Workload barometer back in the black but firms in capital still fretting

Knight Architects - Helsinki Crown Bridges project - Kruunuvuorensilta

Knight wins go-ahead for Finland's longest bridge

23 September 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Helsinki authorities approve €259m Crown Bridges project

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Arena Central Make

Make submits second building in Birmingham development

23 September 2016| By David Rogers

Arena Central scheme has £400m price tag

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Unité d’Habitation

Architects talk about the buildings that inspired them

23 September 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Niall McLaughlin, Peter Barber, Cany Ash and Sarah Featherstone at Twentieth Century Society event

Garden Bridge

Mayor of London orders inquiry into Garden Bridge

22 September 2016| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Margaret Hodge to conduct £25,000 investigation

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View from Tate Modern Switch House into Neo Bankside

Tate boss tells Neo Bankside residents: 'Get some net curtains'

22 September 2016| By David Rogers

Nicholas Serota steps into privacy row

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Herzog & de Meuron Chelsea

Chelsea scrambles plan to deal with bat threat

22 September 2016| By Tim Clark

Premier League club’s plan for £500m new stadium threatened by endangered animals

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Niall McLaughlin portrait

Niall McLaughlin wins RIBA Charles Jencks Award

22 September 2016| By Tim Clark

Architect’s work ‘exemplifies spirit’ of RIBA award

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Martyn Evans

Can we justify stand-alone libraries any more?

22 September 2016| By Martyn Evans

John McAslan’s Camberwell library is a beautifully considered building but with a price tag of £2m perhaps it should have been part of a mixed-use scheme

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