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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

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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Oliver Letwin MP

Housebuilding to kick off drive to cut EU red tape

25 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

Home Builders Federation set to quiz members on post-Brexit reform of regulations

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Canal Reach Kings Cross Bennetts Associates

Bennetts unveils King's Cross buildings

25 April 2017| By Hamish Champ

Scheme is called 11 and 21 Canal Reach

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RocketSpace

London tech campus nears finish line

25 April 2017| By David Rogers

LOM to complete work next month

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Chinese developer says Brexit is 'no big thing'

24 April 2017| By Louise Dransfield

Man behind Farrells’ Royal Albert Dock scheme says UK remains attractive for investment

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Norman Foster

Foster's staff facing the axe

24 April 2017| By David Rogers

Firm blames ‘uncertainty in construction market’ for job losses

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Kennedy Town Swimming Pool

Farrells completes futuristic HK baths complex

24 April 2017| By Jim Dunton

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool project finishes after half-decade intermission

Allies and Morrison Old Oak

Allies and Morrison OK'd for Old Oak homes

24 April 2017| By David Rogers

West London scheme part of wider Opportunity Area development

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Uwe Krueger

Atkins accepts £2.1bn SNC Lavalin takeover

21 April 2017| By Hamish Champ

Atkins boss Uwe Krueger to depart under the deal

Practice

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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