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The deal between Holyrood and Westminster could be renegotiated with less cash going to Scotland

Scotland set for investment after No vote

19 September 2014| By Vern Pitt

PM welcomes No campaign victory and pledges devolution for Scotland and English votes for English laws


Jubilation and tears as architects digest referendum result

19 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

‘I don’t think people realised how close to the cliff they had got,’ says Richard Murphy

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Digital design agency NYYVE used Unity to create an award-winning visualisation of the city of Ottawa

CPD 24 2014: Creating real-time 3D visualisations

19 September 2014

This CPD module, sponsored by Unity Technologies, will discuss how real-time visualisation engines can be used to communicate designs more effectively to clients and stakeholders

Squire & Partners' Shell Centre scheme

Opponent's swipe at Shell Centre developer's 'presumption'

19 September 2014| By David Rogers

Canary Wharf starts tendering work on £1.2bn scheme as its expects “succesful outcome” in court battle

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Southbank Centre signs peace deal with skateboarders

19 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Agreement spells end of SNE’s plans for replacement skatepark

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Shedkm's proposals for Brighton’s Circus Street

Shedkm's Brighton scheme nears start

19 September 2014| By David Rogers

Work begins next spring

AHR Bath University

AHR's Bath Uni plans clear planning

19 September 2014| By David Rogers

Firm that came out of Aedas split working on new engineering building

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Worries over towers miss the point

19 September 2014

Super-dense schemes can work in London as long as they reinforce street spaces, says Ben Derbyshire

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UNStudio: Qatar metro

UNStudio lands Qatar metro project

19 September 2014| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Four lines will link World Cup stadia


Dole figures plummet towards pre-recession levels

18 September 2014| By David Rogers

July 2008 was last time more than 230 architects were signing on

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careers feature

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?

Matthew Turner

Dear Matthew: Should I teach?

2 September 2014| By Matthew Turner

BD’s career doctor on the benefits and strains of combining practice and academia

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