Sunday19 February 2017


Can British architects help build a ‘global Britain’ in emerging markets?

16 February 2017

Engaging with emerging markets may have its risks but it might provide architects with a post-Brexit boost, argues Ben Flatman

Eleanor Jolliffe

The problem of labels like 'woman architect'

14 February 2017

The industry should not set one gender against the other, says Eleanor Jolliffe

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The Mount Pleasant site is being redeveloped by Royal Mail Group.

Why Royal Mail should sell Mount Pleasant to the community

13 February 2017

Royal Mail has put Mount Pleasant up for sale, along with a consented scheme by four leading architects. The first to express interest is the local community, which has spent years drawing up a rival proposal which is now on the brink of consent itself. Here, two of the residents behind Britain’s largest-ever Community Right to Build Order explain why their bid should be taken seriously.

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Julia Park, head of research at Levitt Bernstein

The white paper that wasn’t worth the wait

8 February 2017

The housing white paper promises much but does little to tackle the real issues we’re facing, finds Julia Park

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Hank Dittmar

What the government simply can’t grasp is that housebuilding is about creating communities, not just raising roofs

7 February 2017

The housing white paper contains some welcome measures. But it also reveals ministers’ thinking remains woefully short-term, says Hank Dittmar

T Lane

Is a London housing expo a good idea?

2 February 2017

Can engaging the public with quality housing design reduce opposition to new development, asks Thomas Lane

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