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Hank Dittmar

London needs a walker's charter

29 July 2015| By Hank Dittmar

The first two London mayors championed buses and bikes. The next one should put pedestrians first, argues Hank Dittmar

Rafael Vinoly’s Walkie Talkie tower sky garden

Walkie Talkie owner could be ordered to rebuild Sky Garden

29 July 2015| By Tim Clark

City of London report says public space was not built according to approved plans

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zaha hadid stadium

Zaha Hadid says Tokyo stadium cost warnings were ignored

29 July 2015| By Tim Clark

Practice defends design and says warnings over cost rises ‘not heeded’ by authorities

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OMA sport and sciences building for Brighton College

OMA's Brighton College scheme in for planning

29 July 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Rem Koolhaas’ practice designs project aiming to break down barriers between sport and science

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RCKa's new Pocket Homes scheme in Lewisham

RCKa wins planning for Pocket warehouse conversion

29 July 2015| By Tim Clark

Architect wins planning consent for £4m scheme to convert warehouse into flats

Sam Jacob Studio - MK Menhir

Sam Jacob wins planning for full-size 'techno' Avebury stone

28 July 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Ex-FAT man creates huge iridescent menhir for Milton Keynes

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Elsie Owusu

RIBA Council election results announced

28 July 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Elsie Owusu and Eden Project co-founder among winning candidates

Granada TV

Search launched for architect for Manchester's £110m Factory

28 July 2015| By Tim Clark

Council announces £9.5m design tender for major new arts venue

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1-5 Great Scotland Yard

Martin Brudnizki picked for Great Scotland Yard hotel

28 July 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Client dazzled by meal at designer’s refurbished Ivy restaurant

A Made City Builders workshop

Shaping the next generation of city builders

27 July 2015| By David Tittle

A project that broadens access to the built environment professions is having some success in the Midlands. But it’s a constant struggle to keep the programme afloat, writes David Tittle

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