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Issue : 9 September 2004

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  • Six set for Stirling: the shortlist revealedSubscription

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  • Gross Max to remodel BrixtonSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Landscape architect Gross Max will mastermind plans to create a new public space in the heart of Lambeth in south London after winning a competition to redesign Brixton's central square.

  • Labour boffins demand PFI probeSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    A think tank closely allied to New Labour has demanded that research is 'urgently' carried out into the impact of the PFI procurement method on design standards.

  • Conflict in Bristol as residents welcome plans to build tallSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Stride Treglown has sparked a heated debate about the future of tall buildings in Bristol by unveiling controversial plans for a wave of skyscrapers across the city.

  • Rogers library costs 'may double'Subscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    The Richard Rogers Partnership's (RRP) proposals for a new Central Library in Birmingham are on the verge of being dropped amid drastic cost warnings.

  • Festival site set for redevelopmentSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Liverpool's International Garden Festival site looks set to be given a revamp in time for the city's Capital of Culture year in 2008.

  • Serpentine winter pavilion on iceSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    The Serpentine Gallery has admitted that its annual pavilion, which was to have been open for the winter this year, has now been postponed until summer 2005.

  • Sparks to take on design reviewSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Les Sparks is set to become the new chairman of CABE's design review committee (DRC), just six months after Ken Shuttleworth landed the role.

  • Greenpeace protest halts BDP renovationSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Greenpeace activists have brought work to a standstill on BDP's £27.9 million Lotteryfunded renovation of Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery.

  • Call for small projectsSubscription

    Archive9 September, 2004

    Entries are invited for this year's AJ Small Projects Award, sponsored by RobinEllis Design and Construction. Projects must have been completed between 1 November 2003 and 1 November this year, and have a total project value of less than £250,000. All submitted work must be unpublished. Send publishable photographs (not laser copies), drawings, credits and a 150-word description to AJ Small Projects, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, by Friday 29 October. Selected projects ...

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