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Battersea Power Station

Battersea developer wants to look again at affordable housing targets

27 April 2017| By Louise Dransfield

Rethink puts up to 250 affordable homes at risk

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MPs accuse Whitehall of ‘wasting money' on free schools

27 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

RIBA backs report accusing ministers of spending “well over the odds” on new free schools while others deteriorate

Sadiq Khan

London mayor funds ‘hub’ to support small-scale housing

27 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

Help centre aims to aid affordable community-build and custom-build projects

Day Architectural

More student flats for Coventry OK'd

27 April 2017| By David Rogers

City has seen numbers more than double in last 10 years

The Clifford's Tower visitor centre

Protesters set for Judicial Review over York tower plans

26 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

Judge to rule on council’s handling of English Heritage visitors’ centre scheme

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The Royal Clarence Hotel in Exeter before the fire

Manchester architect to rebuild fire-ravaged Exeter hotel

26 April 2017| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Buttress’ relationship with engineer led to appointment

George Turner

Shell Centre campaigner's bid to become MP

26 April 2017| By David Rogers

George Turner standing in Kate Hoey’s Vauxhall constituency

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Tiverton homes

Mikhail Riches wins Devon housing competition

26 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

Scheme is for 40 homes in Tiverton

Gillian Darley index

Regeneration will come naturally to the Lea Valley - after a lot of work

25 April 2017| By Gillian Darley

The Leaway has been a long time coming but soon we should be able to let the landscape do the talking, says Gillian Darley

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Rooftop visualisation showing the Tate St Ives extension by Jamie Fobert

Fobert's Tate St Ives to open 12 years after he was first appointed

25 April 2017| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Scheme in Cornwall will welcome first visitors this October

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Mark Twum-Ampofo

What the new apprenticeship levy means for you

10 April 2017| By Mark Twum-Ampofo

Firms with salary bills over £3m will have to pay the apprenticeship levy but small practices can benefit from 90% of their training costs paid by government

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