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Friday09 December 2016

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Peter Barber Architects' North Street scheme

Brace of Peter Barber schemes in Barking get OK

Planning for pair of social housing jobs

RHP facility at Cambridge University's department of chemistry

RHP wins consent for Cambridge chemistry facility

Architect wins planning for new centre for study of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s at Cambridge University

View from the north

Caught between two stools

Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners doesn’t quite get the British Museum right, says Ike Ijeh

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Innovation Square proposal for Shepherd's Bush Market by Robin Partington

Traders fight market move plans

Traders are threatening legal action against plans to move them under a proposal (right) designed by Robin Partington Associates to redevelop Shepherd’s Bush Market in west London.

RMJM is hit by mass desertion of senior staff

RMJM is hit by mass desertion of senior staff

A total of 20 directors and principals have quit the troubled practice in recent months

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pH+ Acton Homes

pH+ wins consent for Acton timber-clad homes

Architect designs 37 timber-clad homes by Great Western Railway

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Antony Gormley hotel sculpture

Open House 2014 frenzy commences

Cheesegrater, Antony Gormley hotel room and Saw Swee Hock centre among new additions

The Theme Pavilion sits on the edge of Chan-Ba Lake

Xi’an horticultural expo completes

Plasma Studio and Groundlab’s Flowing Gardens project for the International Horticultural Expo in China (pictured above) has been completed, ready for next week’s opening.

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A street view of PRP and RIck Mather's scheme

PRP and Rick Mather win first phase of Brent regeneration

Brent Council has begun assembling teams to work on the initial phases of a regeneration plan which will see 3,000 homes built in the north-west London borough in the coming years.

Cathy Stewart (left) from PRP Architects wins the Built Environment category at the Women in the City Awards, presented by Rachael McConaghie, chairman of Women in Property

PRP's Cathy Stewart wins Women in the City award

Architect honoured for encouraging other women

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