Will design thresholds improve public buildings?

Aedas’s Beaumont Leys in Leicester is an award-winning BSF school, but government believes standards can be even higher.

Yes, says Margaret Hodge, it’s daft to settle for second best in public programmes; while Robert Adam counters that all they’ll do is enforce the establishment view

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