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Issue : 1 May 2003

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  • HSE to clamp down on practices that flout CDM safety regulationsSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is readying itself for a fresh offensive against architects and construction design professionals to enforce the CDM regulations.

  • End of the line for Alsop as Crossrail picks John McAslanSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    Crossrail has replaced Alsop Architects with John McAslan + Partners as designer of the line's Paddington station.

  • CZWGSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    CZWG has won planning permission to add another five floors to its 24-storey residential SeaCon Wharf development in London's Isle of Dogs.The Westferry Road scheme, which had planning for a 19-storey building, will become the Isle of Dogs' tallest building.The project is in the Thames Gateway development area and will provide a housing density above the government's target, at 850 units per hectare.

  • Olé! Spanish bullring gets RRP makeoverSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    Spanish developer Sacresa has chosen the Richard Rogers Partnership to transform Barcelona's second most important bullring into a e100,000m mixed-use leisure and entertainment complex. The £63 million design - which will restore the existing Arabic facade - will cover the inside of the Las Arenas ring with a partially transparent roof and feature a series of new piazzas within the enclosed ground level. There will also be an additional 'piazza in the sky' that will house a garden ...

  • RIBA wants slice of housing actionSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    The RIBA is pushing for a new role in the delivery of the government's massive house-building plans, which came under heavy criticism this week.

  • BACK NEW LONDON TOWER, ROGERS TELLS INQUIRYSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    The London mayor's architecture adviser, Lord Rogers, has called on the London Bridge planning inquiry to approve the controversial skyscraper.

  • LOTTERY SALES DIP TO SINK NATIONAL YACHTING CENTRESubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    The drop in Lottery ticket sales is threatening FaulknerBrowns' £6.4 million National Sailing Centre in Weymouth.

  • Herzog & de Meuron's Chinese bird's nest swoopSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    Herzog & de Meuron has won the competition to design a new 100,000capacity Olympic Stadium in Beijing, the centrepiece of the 2008 games.

  • Modern ruin proposal for derelict CardrossSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    Gillespie Kidd & Coia's best-known work, St Peter's College in Cardross, Scotland, is in such a state of dereliction that it could be made a rare modern ruin.

  • Twin towers memorial competition design brief issued by LMDCSubscription

    Archive1 May, 2003

    The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation has unveiled the competition design brief for the World Trade Center memorial.

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