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Renewing my insurance should not have been such an ordeal

Navigating brokers, underwriters and soaring premiums, Satish Jassal provides his insights into the insurance crisis facing the profession.

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WA100 2022: Digital edition

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WA100 2022: The big list

World Architecture 100: View a table of this year’s top 100 architects

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Zaha Hadid enters WA100 rankings for first time

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WA100 2022: Global business booms back

Optimism is strong, at least for the US and Western Europe, where big firms are vying to woo staff – but China has become a tough market for outsiders, reports David Blackman

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Renewing my insurance should not have been such an ordeal

2022-06-24T06:00:00+01:00By Satish Jassal

Navigating brokers, underwriters and soaring premiums, Satish Jassal provides his insights into the insurance crisis facing the profession.

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Selling off social homes is not the answer to the housing crisis

2022-06-22T05:47:00+01:00By Ben Derbyshire

Instead of building the new social housing we need, Boris Johnson is fixating on populist policies we already know don’t work, writes Ben Derbyshire 

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Two rooms and two curators: this Summer Exhibition is mixing things up

2022-06-17T06:00:00+01:00By Ben Flatman

The RA’s architecture room focuses on the climate emergency but only underlines the inadequacy of most architects’ responses, writes Ben Flatman

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Brace yourselves for the next wave of fire and safety regulation

2022-06-16T06:00:00+01:00By Andrew Mellor

Several new pieces of legislation are coming in response to Grenfell and many architects are having to run to catch up, writes Andrew Mellor

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Bartlett report sheds much-needed light on our profession’s wider failings

2022-06-15T06:00:00+01:00By Ben Flatman12 comments

The Bartlett sought to break down its students in order to build them back up again in the school’s own mould, writes Ben Flatman

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