Issue : April 2007
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TP Bennett has been appointed to carry out the £35 million overhaul of the National Audit Office's Art Deco headquarters in central London.
Funds set aside for the interior of 3XN's controversial £50 million Museum of Liverpool, on the city's Fourth Grace site, are being siphoned off to pay for the building's striking travertine stone facade, it has emerged.
The rebirth of London's National Sports Centre - one of the most notable examples of Modernist architecture - has begun in earnest with the demolition of turnstiles and the opening of a ground-level entrance.
Leeds City Council has approved this £150 million development by Brewster Bye Architects for a derelict site on the edge of Leeds city centre.
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Devereux Architects has been gobbled up by Republic of Ireland-based PM Group as part of an aggressive expansion into the UK health and education markets.
Feilden Clegg Bradley (FCB) has been given the green light for this £6.5 million scheme for the Oxford Youth Theatre on Magdalen Road, Oxford.
David Chipperfield Architects' gateway proposals for Berlin's Museum Island are coming in for increasing criticism from local pressure groups.
Robinson Design Group's scaled-back £350 million Bradford 'Channel' development has finally been given the go-ahead by Bradford City Council.
Adams and Sutherland Architects has won a competition to redesign the main public walkway running through the 2012 Olympic Park in east London.
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has met with fresh opposition in Parliament for siphoning off Lottery money which would otherwise have gone elsewhere.