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Sunday04 December 2016

No1 Poultry - colonnade as it is today

Owner's fury at No1 Poultry listing decision

2 December 2016

Work on scheme by Buckley Gray Yeoman has now stopped as a result

Guggenheim Helsinki

Guggenheim blames anti-globalisation mood as it gives up on Helsinki outpost

2 December 2016

Councillors reject plan to use public cash to help fund museum’s £110m cost

DSDHA Covert House

Latest finalists for House of Year revealed

2 December 2016

Winner due later this month

Garden of Playfulness erz landscape architects

Hoskins submits plans for garden at Scottish castle

2 December 2016

Glasgow landscape architect Erz also working on Brodie Castle scheme

Design Museum

Mandelson new chair of Design Museum

2 December 2016

Alice Black promoted to co-director with Deyan Sudjic

Newhall, Harlow by Sheppard Robson

Sheppard Robson completes 'rural' Harlow homes

2 December 2016

Scheme is part of second phase of work at Essex site

Crossrail Liverpool Street

Crossrail 2 to let more than 200 contracts by early 2020s

1 December 2016

Scheme’s head of commercial at Crossrail 2 says main work will start early next decade

Montgomery Bridge in Canary Wharf by Flint and Neill and Knight Architects - Montgomery Square elevation

Knight wins planning for Canary Wharf bridge

1 December 2016

Construction of road and footbridge due to start next year

Holy Trinity Primary School, Dalston

Holy Trinity Primary School, London by Rock Townsend

1 December 2016

A lack of space means that many new schools in London are built within residential schemes and lack a visual expression of their own

Hong Kong

Scott Brownrigg teams up with Hong Kong practice

1 December 2016

Partnership with local firm One Space aimed at widening Asia Pacific work

The Apex

Suffolk town lines up masterplan team

1 December 2016

David Lock and Peter Brett hired for Bury St Edmunds vision

Ecobuild 2016

Ecobuild launches offsite masterclasses

1 December 2016

Event being held next March

John Madin's 123 Hagley Road

More Madin buildings face wrecking ball

30 November 2016

Birmingham scheme would see three further buildings by Central Library architect demolished

1 Undershaft Eric Parry

London Shafted

30 November 2016

Planning permission for 1 Undershaft is yet another attack on London’s skyline and character, argues Ike Ijeh

Brexit uncertainty hits architects' job prospects

30 November 2016

Junior roles most affected but recruitment expert says demand for project architects ‘remains strong’

Tintagel bridge

Shard architect's Tintagel bridge hunts for a contractor

30 November 2016

Bridge will link ruins of 13th-century Castle on the Cornish coast

Nottingham Castle plans by Purcell

Funding boost for Purcell's Nottingham Castle revamp

30 November 2016

Project to create new galleries gets £13.9m lottery tonic

Second time lucky as Stirling's No 1 Poultry is listed

29 November 2016

Post-modern masterpiece becomes England’s youngest listed building

Sadiq Khan

Khan slaps down Zaha chief over housing comments

29 November 2016

Practice also distances itself from principal Patrik Schumacher’s ‘brainstorming’

Wilkinson Eyre's Paris Gardens development

Wilkinson Eyre towers scheme out to consultation

29 November 2016

Blackfriars project features 52-storey resi block and sister office tower

Gillian Darley index

Lessons from Lansbury

29 November 2016

A new V&A exhibition in the heart of the East End’s Lansbury Estate showcases the ambitions of post war planning which should be a model for new housing, says Gillian Darley

Wentworth Woodhouse

Heritage group hails chancellor's stately home pledge

29 November 2016

Philip Hammond hands over £7.6m for work on grade I listed home

Quebec Way by Assael Architects

Assael expects London housing scheme 'to win awards'

29 November 2016

Seven-storey block a future prize winner, practice co-founder predicts

Eric Parry 1 Undershaft

City's tallest tower OK'd as Parry scheme clears planning

28 November 2016

1 Undershaft, which already has a nickname, will be close to 305m when built

Mount Pleasant watercolour by Francis Terry

Mount Pleasant opponents bag award for rival scheme

28 November 2016

Community group lands engagement award for low rise alternative on Farringdon site

David Adjaye's proposals for 5 Strand

Adjaye Strand scheme goes in for planning

28 November 2016

Architect showcases stone and bronze mixed-use development

Cottrell and Vermeulen receive their Architect of the Year Award from Stephen Fry

AYAs entry deadline extended

28 November 2016

Closing date for submissions for the annual architecture extravaganza extended until December 5

New York Public Library - Midtown branch

Mecanoo unveils New York library revamp

28 November 2016

Scheme will cost $200m

View looking east from the Lea Valley over a reimagined Argall Avenue

How research by design can reinvigorate planning

28 November 2016

UK planning is in a mess but it doesn’t have to be this way, argues Lee Mallett. A more visionary approach to planning new places can harness the market rather than being driven by it

Penoyre & Prasad - Bobby Moore Academy - Olympic Park

Work starts on Bobby Moore school

28 November 2016

Penoyre & Prasad architect on £6.5m academy

OMA's Factory proposals

OMA’s flagship Manchester arts venue in for planning

25 November 2016

Called Factory, the £110m complex features event space for over 7,000 people

Foster & Partners Madrid

Foster's claims Madrid museum prize

25 November 2016

Beaten firms include OMA and Chipperfield

Outhouse

First finalists for House of Year revealed

25 November 2016

Winner due middle of next month

Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, Snowdonia by Architype

Architype named industry's top employer

25 November 2016

Four of top five best employers are architects

FBM Architects - Broad Lane, Coventry

Coventry student flats scheme OK'd despite neighbours' worries

25 November 2016

London practice Fraser Brown MacKenna to turn terraced houses into 48 flats

Universidad de Ingeniera y Tecnologia by Grafton Architects

Grafton lands RIBA International Prize with Lima campus

24 November 2016

Irish firm beats Chipperfield and Hadid to pick up inaugural award

barbour report logo

Barbour ABI's November market review is out now

24 November 2016

Barbour ABI’s Economic & Construction Market Review for November is now available to download

The Three Ships, by Alan Boyson

BHS closure prompts fears over postwar murals

24 November 2016

Twentieth Century Society raises alarm over under-threat shop art after listing bids fail to win backing

Zaha Hadid

Executors of Zaha Hadid’s will named

24 November 2016

Decades-long friends developer Peter Palumbo and artist Brian Clarke among those named

Amanda Baillieu - home page index

Architects need to think about what happens in a place, not simply what it looks like

24 November 2016

Developers and architects need to work out how to make their schemes more engaging and experiential if they want to attract the younger generatin, argues Amanda Baillieu

Kamvari Trans Siberian

London practice chosen to design Trans-Siberian railway kiosks

24 November 2016

Kamvari win competition with 20m high ‘pit stops’

China

RIBA names emerging international architect

24 November 2016

Rural Urban Framework lands prize

Philip Hammond

Hammond unveils £23bn investment fund in first and last Autumn Statement

23 November 2016

Infrastructure and housing at heart of spending plans

BUJ Architects Royal Docks Service Station scheme

Council turns down Docklands blocks over affordable housing levels

23 November 2016

Newham councillors say plans by BUJ need to improve on proposed amounts

Project 2020 Scheme A

RIBA unveils 'homes of the future' shortlist

23 November 2016

Project 2020 initiative being run with house builder Taylor Wimpey

Helen Hayes

Helen Hayes MP: The politics of planning

23 November 2016

Helen Hayes is the Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood in south London and she is also the only planner sitting in Parliament. Switching to politics in 2010 she shares her views on communities, Brexit and Trump.

Bell Phillips Architects - Southwark Park

Green light for Bell Phillips' south London pavilion

23 November 2016

Scheme in Southwark Park brings amenities under one roof

Haptic Oslo buildings

Haptic and Nordic shortlisted for Norway government work

23 November 2016

Scheme is to replace buildings damaged in 2011 Breivik attacks

Visualisation of the Castle Acres Shopping Park

Go-ahead for East Midlands retail park expansion

23 November 2016

Council backs £150m proposal by Corstorphine & Wright

1 Undershaft Eric Parry

Planners set to approve City of London's tallest tower

22 November 2016

Eric Parry’s 1 Undershaft skyscraper poised for green light, despite daylight issues on surrounding area

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