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Issue : 9 January 2003

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  • NEW PLANS FOR LOTS ROADSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    Terry Farrell & Partners has submitted a new planning application for its troubled Lots Road Power Station redevelopment to the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.The revised scheme - rejected first time around - has been stuck in planning during lengthy negotiations with planners (AJ 17.10.02).

  • RIBA WINS ROOF BATTLESubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    Terry Farrell & Partners has submitted a new planning application for its troubled Lots Road Power Station redevelopment to the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.The revised scheme - rejected first time around - has been stuck in planning during lengthy negotiations with planners (AJ 17.10.02).

  • HOSPITALS OF THE FUTURESubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    CABE and the RIBA's joint think-tank Building Futures is teaming up with healthcare researcher the Nuffield Trust for a brainstorming symposium on the future of hospital design. The session will be held on 6 February at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London.

  • A RAFFLE FOR FUNDSSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    The Landmark Trust has launched a raffle to raise funds for its conservation work, with a first prize of £3,000 worth of holidays in its properties.Second prize is worth £1,500 and there are 20 third prizes, each worth £100.

  • QuotesSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    'Fundamentally it's a sideshow because none of these things will be built.But they did show a variety of ways the site could have commercial development and a memorial without looking a mess.'

  • Ferguson in Brighton pier stormSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    The RIBA's president-elect has walked into a storm of protests after calling for KSS Sport and Leisure Design's plans for Brighton's West Pier to be shelved in favour of a fresh design competition.

  • Alsop's New Street scheme facing uncertain futureSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    Plans for an Alsop Architects' revamp of Birmingham New Street Station are already beset with both financial and practical problems.

  • Sauerbruch Hutton ArchitectsSubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    London and Berlin-based Sauerbruch Hutton Architects has won an international competition to design a new home for the Brandhorst Collection in Munich. The practice saw off competition from Zaha Hadid in the final round. The scheme, situated on the corner of Turkenstrasse and Therisienstrasse, is designed to be flexible, allowing curators to reorganise the collection - which includes works by Andy Warhol - with each new addition. The competition judges were also impressed that the winning ...

  • AJ100 - who is the biggest and best?Subscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    The AJ is once again set to launch its search for the biggest and best architectural practices in the UK as part of our annual AJ100 feature.

  • Q&ASubscription

    Archive9 January, 2003

    90% of voters in a poll on the AJ's website think the redevelopment of the Dome and Greenwich Peninsula will not take place.

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