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Buckley Gray Yeoman's No1 Poultry proposal looking east down Queen Victoria Street

Developers won't spend money on the best architects if the results are later trashed

1 December 2015| By David King

We used to think we could ‘improve’ old masters. What makes us think buildings are any less precious, asks the man behind Terry Farrell’s 76 Fenchurch Street


Call for evidence on Parliament upgrade

1 December 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Public and professionals asked to contribute

A CGI of Simon Conder's London Fields prefab

Simon Conder creates prefab house on top of Hackney warehouse

1 December 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

Two-storey flat will be craned into place

Built environment on climate talks agenda

1 December 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

RIBA-backed manifesto presented in Paris

AYA party 2014: All the Architect of the Year Award winners

Architect of the Year Awards deadline extended

1 December 2015

AYAs are only awards that reward architects for consistent body of work rather than one-off projects

HS2 Woodesford

HS2 to Crewe will open six years early

30 November 2015| By Yoosof Farah

Chancellor confirms phase two to open in 2027

Las Vegas

Holding guilty buildings to account

30 November 2015| By Annabel Wharton

Novelist Orhan Pamuk, creator of The Museum of Innocence, questions whether buildings are really so sinless. His conclusion is welcomed by Annabel Wharton whose new book accuses an art gallery of murder

Sadie Morgan

Sadie Morgan given housing remit on infrastructure commission

30 November 2015| By Elizabeth Hopkirk

‘Design is a critical part of everything we do’

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Sheppard Robson Birmingham

Sheppard Robson latest to get OK for big-spending university

30 November 2015| By David Rogers

Practice joins others including FCB Studios working for Birmingham establishment


New stations for Met line extension

30 November 2015| By David Rogers

Work on £284m scheme to start next year


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Is it ever worth calling in the lawyers? (by a lawyer)

9 November 2015| By Laurence Cobb

David Chipperfield is the latest high-profile architect to take a client to court, but every architect will face that dilemma at some point in their career. Lawyer Laurence Cobb urges caution

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