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Issue : 17 April 2003

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  • RIBA wary of EC praise for 'unregulated' UK professionSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    The RIBA has dismissed a report from the European Commission that applauds Britain for having one of the least regulated architecture professions in Europe.

  • Reality checkSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

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  • Livingstone set to block Farrell's Greenwich planSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    London mayor Ken Livingstone has threatened to block a planning application for the Greenwich Peninsula as set out in Terry Farrell and Partners' masterplan.

  • Off the topSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

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  • NICHOLAS HARE'S COLLEGE PLANS DROPPED BY COUNCILSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    Birmingham City Council has abandoned Nicholas Hare Architects'plans for a £14 million sixth-form college in the Ballsall Heath area following consultations with lawyers.

  • Libeskind's fall to the level of theme parkSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

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  • Planning battle hots up over Aukett supermarket schemeSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    Local campaigners have demanded the government call in Michael Aukett Architects' designs for a vast new Waitrose supermarket planned for Wallingford in Oxfordshire.

  • Brave new worldSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

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  • Rise and demise of Concorde: a supersonic flight of fancySubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    'Sonic geriatric.' So editorialised The Times in a leader last week, commenting on the decision to take the surviving handful of Concordes out of service after 27 years of crisscrossing the Atlantic at twice the speed of sound. Nor was the newspaper alone in not being able to think of anything more profound to say on the subject. As the flood of lastminute ticket sales has showed, Concorde is, unusually, going to be allowed a dignified retirement - as opposed to being banned from the ...

  • Clare Melhuish reviews conflicting views on the value of London's skylineSubscription

    Archive17 April, 2003

    Speaking at the ICOMOS seminar on London's skyline, Lora Nicolaou of DEGW highlighted the problem with so much discussion about urban planning - that development issues are highly emotive, and often there is no language available to discuss them objectively and constructively. As a consequence, 'nimby' constituencies triumph repeatedly, simply because their voice, driven by shrill self-interest and resistance to change, can be heard louder than any other.

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