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Donald Insall Associates Clandon Park

National Trust reveals images of Clandon Park shortlist

21 August 2017| By David Rogers

Big names and emerging architects vie to restore fire-ravaged grade I Surrey mansion

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LSBU St Georges Qtr interior

Wilkinson Eyre unveils South Bank Uni redevelopment plans

21 August 2017| By Hamish Champ

Elephant & Castle scheme rebranded as St George’s Quarter

Centenary Way Birmingham

Howells unveils latest Birmingham city centre plans

21 August 2017| By David Rogers

Firm is masterplanner behind £700m scheme

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Republic East India Dock

Latest phase of East India office block revamp OK'd

21 August 2017| By David Rogers

Scheme involves turning 1993 building into tech centre

Hoover Building redevelopment by Interrobang

Interrobang showcases Hoover Building progress

18 August 2017| By Jim Dunton

Practice reaches milestone in £12m transformation of art deco landmark

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Sadiq Khan

Khan offers developers density boost in exchange for ‘exemplary design’

18 August 2017| By Jim Dunton

New London planning guidance underpins drive to increase affordable housing and promote build-to-rent

Martyn Evans index

Four priorities for the next RIBA president

18 August 2017| By Martyn Evans

Ben Derbyshire takes over from Jane Duncan as RIBA president in September and faces big challenges. Martyn Evans has some suggestions

Peabody Thamesmead - aerial view

Five chase £5m London library

18 August 2017| By David Rogers

Scheme will be built at Peabody’s 1,600 home scheme at Thamesmead

Andrew McMullan

HOK hires Heatherwick Studio project leader

18 August 2017| By Jim Dunton

Andrew McMullan appointed vice president at firm’s London practice

225 Marsh Wall

Make’s rejigged Docklands tower set for approval

17 August 2017| By Jim Dunton

Planners back 49-storey scheme after seven-floor “haircut” and footprint reduction

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Mark Twum-Ampofo

Don't get caught out by the new pension rules

4 August 2017| By Mark Twum-Ampofo

Architect firms risk huge fines for failing to enroll their staff onto a pension scheme

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