Issue : August 2007
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Preston City Council is considering a proposal for a series of floating homes as part of its £800 million Riverworks project.
First it was members of the council opposing Allan Murray Architects' Caltongate masterplan in Edinburgh, then the police became involved, now it seems even God is against it.
Sheffield footbridge comp launchedSubscription
A competition has been launched to design a new footbridge over Sheffield's busy Parkway dual carriageway.
Gehry in $2 billion Utah city redevelopmentSubscription
Frank Gehry has been given the go-ahead to redevelop a huge swathe of a Mormon-founded city in the American Midwest.
Hakes Associates has unveiled plans to build Europe's largest media screen wall around Liverpool city centre's down-at-heel St John's and Clayton Square shopping centres.
Danish starchitect Henning Larsen has unveiled plans for a 37-storey diamond-shaped tower in Ballsbridge, Dublin.
Olympic Handball Arena shortlist unveiledSubscription
Seven teams will battle it out to design the London 2012 Olympic Games’ Handball Arena, one of the final permanent venues on the Olympic Park.
Construction has started on Austin-Smith:Lord's (ASL's) ambitious £15 million revamp of the long-abandoned Grade-II St George's Warehouse opposite Huddersfield train station.
Buschow Henley takes off with airfield hotelSubscription
London-based practice Buschow Henley has won the competition to design a new hotel, complete with its own control tower, at a private airfield in North Yorkshire.
The cost of building zero-carbon homes makes the government's ambitious housing targets impossible to achieve, a top sustainability expert has claimed.