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  • Powell and Moya's Oxford quad wins listing

    9-Feb-2005

    Powell and Moya's Blue Boar Quad at Christ Church, Oxford University, has won Grade II-listed status.
  • Fire-ravaged Allerton Castle rebuild begins

    9-Feb-2005

    The rebuilding of Allerton Castle has begun just two weeks after the North Yorkshire Grade I-listed stately home was ravaged by fire.
  • Mather wins planning in Eastbourne

    9-Feb-2005

    Rick Mather Architects' proposal for a landmark gallery and cultural centre in Eastbourne's cultural quarter has won the thumbs-up from town planners.
  • C20 fights to save Cadbury-Brown school

    3-Feb-2005

    The Twentieth Century Society (C20) is trying to get a London school designed by H T Cadbury-Brown spot-listed in a bid to save it from demolition.
  • Broadway Malyan reveals new bridge

    3-Feb-2005

    Broadway Malyan has unveiled the first images of a proposed new park and crossing within the London 2012 Olympic bid area.
  • Four fit the bill for RIBA bar brief

    2-Feb-2005

    The RIBA has shortlisted Acq Architects, Azman Architects, Blauel Architects and Universal Design Studio to create a new café bar - dubbed the Ribar - at its Grade II London headquarters.
  • Alsop's New Islington takes further step forward

    2-Feb-2005

    Urban Splash has pledged to provide homes as 'cheap as chips' at its high-profile regeneration schemes across Manchester.
  • Flood fears hit South East housing plans

    1-Feb-2005

    One-third of new homes earmarked for the South East could be at risk from flooding unless designs are modified, the insurance industry has warned.
  • C20 sets sights on dog-track victory

    31-Jan-2005

    The Twentieth Century Society (C20) has launched a fight to get Catford Greyhound Stadium's pre-war Tote board building listed in a bid to block demolition.
  • Fund cap sparks Manchester fury

    13-Jan-2005

    Key projects in Manchester's regeneration are facing disaster because the government has blocked a vital tramlink extension planned to serve the city's flagship projects.
  • De Metz to join Alsop in New Islington

    10-Jan-2005

    De Metz Architects has been picked to design the next phase of social housing on Manchester's £200 million New Islington Millennium Community regeneration scheme.
  • Spence archive to go on show

    7-Jan-2005

    Plans to put Basil Spence's extensive archive on public display have got the green light thanks to a £1 million cash injection by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
  • BDP to head-up Yorkshire PPP hospital plans

    7-Jan-2005

    BDP is to spearhead the design of a £250 million Public Private Partnership (PPP) hospital programme that will upgrade chief healthcare facilities across mid-Yorkshire.
  • Allies, Rogers and Zaha make Canadian uni shortlist

    6-Jan-2005

    Three of the UK's top architects have been shortlisted to create a landmark gateway and social hub for the University of British Columbia's (UBC) Vancouver campus.
  • Brit success in Irish performing arts contest

    6-Jan-2005

    Daniel Cordier has won a fiercely contested competition to design a £7.6 million home for the Irish World Performing Arts Village.
  • Design review boss quits CABE

    5-Jan-2005

    CABE's leadership looks set to remain unsettled well into the new year with the resignation of its design review boss, Peter Stewart.
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