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RIBA president Stephen Hodder

RIBA launches financial help for part II students

2 October 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Bursaries aim to address drop-out between parts I and II

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Mumbai skyline

New AHR practice looks for overseas boost

2 October 2014| By David Rogers

Ex-Aedas business targets Middle East and India

The Sill JDDK

Hadrian's Wall visitor centre gets go-ahead

2 October 2014| By David Rogers

National Park and YHA applying for lottery funding

Clevedon Pier Cafe close-up by O'LearyGoss

Tide turns for Clevedon pier project

2 October 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

O’LearyGoss architects behind income-generating facilities for grade I structure

Gillian Darley

Venturing east of the border

2 October 2014| By Gillian Darley

Gillian Darley visits one of the least-known parts of the kingdom, 20 miles from the M25

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John Deasy

It's time the Stirling Prize celebrated function as well as form

2 October 2014| By John Deasy

It’s madness to honour a building that looks great but performs badly, argues engineer John Deasy

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Peterborough Cathedral west front

Peterborough appoints new cathedral architect

2 October 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Stephen Oliver to replace Julian Limentani

Daxing Airport

French pip Foster's to huge Beijing airport deal

1 October 2014| By David Rogers

Charles de Gaulle airport owner wins giant scheme

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Marlborough College science block

Kate Middleton school shortlist under microscope

1 October 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Five architects asked to produce concept designs for science block revamp

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New Papworth Hospital

UK woes mar HOK's return to profit

1 October 2014| By David Rogers

Firm back in black but UK workload slips 44%


Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: I'm being passed over

23 September 2014| By Matthew Turner

BD’s career doctor on whether the grass is greener

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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?

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