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Gillespie Yunnie's Royal William Yard staircase, Plymouth

Don’t let heritage become a victim of our economic recovery

27 April 2015| By Justin Birch

Reintroducing enterprise zones has inadvertently put heritage buildings within them at risk of demolition, warns Justin Birch

British Land image of Elder Street Passage proposal by Stanton Williams

British Land demands apology over 'Nazi' slur

27 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Developer issues angry statement after Dan Cruickshank’s outburst

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Jean Nouvel and the Philharmonie de Paris

Nouvel loses legal case over his Paris concert hall

27 April 2015| By David Rogers

Architect went to court to airbrush himself out of building he designed

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Maggie Mullan

Maggie Mullan Architects blossoms with wildflower win

27 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Masterplan project replaces mothballed Ian Simpson scheme

Foster Wilson Architects' refurbished Hoxton Hall

Foster Wilson Architects completes Hoxton Hall restoration

27 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Original features reinstated at East End venue

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Silvertown Quays

Huge Silvertown Quays work gets planning

27 April 2015| By David Rogers

AHMM, Stanton Williams and others all working on Fletcher Priest masterplan

This is what opponents say would be left of the existing fabric of Norton Folgate under British Land proposal

Dan Cruickshank blasts developer on AHMM scheme

24 April 2015 |Updated: 24 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

TV presenter threatens sit-in and includes ‘shocking’ Historic England in attack

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The 6-8 Bishopsgate scheme by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

Wilkinson Eyre submits 40-storey City tower

24 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Scheme will stand next to Cheesegrater

Pattern Design Al Rayyan stadium

Organiser reveals images of Pattern's 2022 World Cup designs

24 April 2015| By David Rogers

Stadium will hold 40,000

55 Broadway, which TateHindle will convert into flats

TateHindle sent back to drawing board with Holden landmark

24 April 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Westminster ‘fires shot across bows’ of office-to-resi developers

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