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Politics needs specialists from the built environment – and it needs you now!

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The Conservatives are asleep at the wheel and lack the skills or desire to address the built environment’s multiple crises, writes Emma Dent Coad

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Politics needs specialists from the built environment – and it needs you now!

2022-08-12T05:05:00+01:00By Emma Dent Coad4 comments

The Conservatives are asleep at the wheel and lack the skills or desire to address the built environment’s multiple crises, writes Emma Dent Coad

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Open-plan living is dead - bring back the serving hatch!

2022-08-11T06:00:00+01:00By Chloë Phelps3 comments

Open plan spaces are both inflexible and boring, so why not make use of some time-honoured alternatives, writes Chloë Phelps

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The implications of the Building Safety Act are becoming clearer

2022-08-10T06:00:00+01:00By Andrew Mellor3 comments

The processes around the new act and the associated secondary legislation are now largely finalised, writes Andrew Mellor

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The net zero challenge: feeling is believing

2022-08-09T06:00:00+01:00By Susan Roaf3 comments

Forget everything you thought you knew about building design if you want to achieve net zero, writes Susan Roaf

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Will Oki the radical survive contact with the RIBA?

2022-08-05T06:02:00+01:00By 4 comments

We should all wish Muyiwa Oki well, but he faces an uphill struggle, writes Ben Flatman

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Where was the architecture in Coventry’s year as City of Culture?

2022-08-04T05:00:00+01:00By Joe Holyoak1 comments

Why has Coventry turned its back on its rich 20th century architectural heritage, asks Joe Holyoak

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