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London City Airport 2023

Close London City Airport, says think-tank

17-Apr-2014 | By

The New Economics Foundation has suggested that London City Airport should be closed to make use of the valuable land

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Revealed: 141ha regeneration plans for Birmingham’s future HS2 station

27-Feb-2014 | By

The city council has begun consultation on a major new masterplan to redevelop the area surrounding Curzon Station in anticipation of HS2

BDP’s latest plans to overhaul Glasgow’s Queen Street station

BDP’s extended Queen Street overhaul plans unveiled

25-Feb-2014 | By

BDP’s latest and more ambitious plans to overhaul Glasgow’s Queen Street station have been revealed

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'Let's go really big': Chancellor signals another Euston rethink

23-Feb-2014 | By

Chancellor George Osborne has hinted that controversial plans to demolish and rebuild London’s Euston train station for High Speed 2 (HS2) could be back on

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Luis Vidal’s £2.5bn Heathrow Terminal 2 overhaul to open in June

22-Jan-2014 | By

Madrid-based Luis Vidal + Architects’ 210,000m² redevelopment of Heathrow’s second terminal will open to the public on 4 June

Santiago Calatrava\'s proposed Sharq Crossing in Qatar

Calatrava floats Doha Bay crossing in Qatar

16-Jan-2014 | By Greg Pitcher

Spanish starchitect Santiago Calatrava has designed a sensational tunnel-and-bridge sea link in Qatar

Explaining High Speed 2 in drawings. Sketches bythe project’s head of operability Theresa Clarke.

'Milestone' for HS2 as Parliament receives biggest ever bill

25-Nov-2013 | By

The largest bill ever drafted - effectively the planning application for the HS2 rail link between London and Birmingham - goes before Parliament later today (25 November)

Revised plans for a £22million foot and cycle bridge across the Thames in London, designed by One-World Design, which were approved in November 2013

Speculative Diamond Jubilee Bridge gets planning go-ahead Video

21-Nov-2013 | By Marino Donati

Plans for a £22million foot and cycle bridge across the Thames in London, designed by One-World Design, has been given the green light

Liverpool Road Station

Historic site will be 'trashed' by National Rail scheme warns engineer

8-Nov-2013 | By Max Thompson

Network Rail has been attacked for planning a new rail link that English Heritage said will ‘substantially harm numerous assets’ at one of the UK’s most historically important sites.

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Design Engine wins green light for Reading footbridge

21-Oct-2013 | By

Reading Borough Council has approved plans by Winchester-based architects Design Engine and engineers Peter Brett Associates for this foot and cycle bridge over the Thames

High Speed 2 (HS2)

‘HS2 is about connecting north and south’, says Cameron

2-Oct-2013 | By

Prime Minister David Cameron has defended the controversial high speed rail link at the Conservative Party Conference earlier today

London City Airport 2023

Pascall+Watson proposes £200m London City Airport expansion

20-Sep-2013 | By Max Thompson

London City Airport has unveiled plans by Pascall+Watson for a £200million expansion

High Speed 2 (HS2)

No 'convincing strategic case' for High Speed 2, warn MPs

9-Sep-2013 | By

The Public Accounts Committee has slammed the government for failing to put forward a ‘convincing strategic case’ for High Speed 2 (HS2)

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High Speed 2: Bennetts reveals 'urban strategy' for Manchester's Piccadilly station

5-Sep-2013 | By

Bennetts Associates has drawn up proposals to overhaul 60 ha of land around Manchester’s Piccadilly Station - should High Speed 2 (HS2) go ahead

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HS2 should be scrapped, say business leaders

27-Aug-2013 | By Chloe Stothart

An organisation representing the UK’s business leaders has branded High Speed 2 (HS2) ‘a grand folly’

The searchable digital buildings archive with drawings from more than 1,500 projects

Terminal 2 at Mexico City Airport

Four UK firms named on shortlist for huge Mexico City airport expansion

10-Apr-2014 | By

Zaha Hadid Architects, Foster + Partners, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and Pascall+Watson have been named on a seven-strong shortlist to design the £1.8 billion expansion of Mexico City airport

Grimshaw Istanbul Airport

Revealed: Images of Grimshaw's £6bn Istanbul Airport

9-Apr-2014 | By

Grimshaw has revealed images of its designs for a terminal complex at the new Istanbul Airport

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Farrell unveils 'new order' of airport for Gatwick

25-Mar-2014 | By Max Thompson

Terry Farrell has today unveiled ‘state-of-the-art’ designs for an expanded £7 billion Gatwick Airport

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Grimshaw completes Pulkovo airport terminal

27-Feb-2014 | By

[FIRST LOOK] Grimshaw’s Pulkovo International Airport terminal in St Petersburg, Russia has been officially opened to the public

Tabanlioglu Architects\' Bodrum International Airport in Turkey - the winner of the WAF 2012 transporation award

Work on Grimshaw's £6 billion Istanbul airport stalls

18-Feb-2014 | By Greg Pitcher

The project to build the world’s busiest airport in Istanbul has hit a planning obstacle, according to reports

Heathrow third runway proposal 2013 (small version)

Heathrow and Gatwick expansion favoured as hopes for estuary airport fades

17-Dec-2013 | By

The much-anticipated review into the UK’s aviation capacity has poured cold water on plans for a huge hub airport in the Thames Estuary by recommending an extra runway at either Heathrow or Gatwick

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Fuksas reveals 'honeycomb' airport in Shenzhen

29-Nov-2013 | By

Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas’ competition-winning £600 million airport in Shenzhen, China, opened to passengers yesterday (29 November)

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Farrell: Airport constellation only ‘realistic’ solution for London

28-Oct-2013 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

Terry Farrell has again hit out at plans for a new London hub airport, insisting that a better joined-up network of existing airports was the only solution which took into account ‘realities on the ground’

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Three UK practices land work on Istanbul mega airport

17-Oct-2013 | By Max Thompson

A team boasting three UK-based practices has landed the design contract for the world’s largest airport terminal at Istanbul New Airport

Eero Saarinen\'s TWA Flight Center

Scheme for famous JFK terminal takes flight

13-Sep-2013 | By Max Thompson

New York’s Port Authority has given the green light to transform Eero Saarinen’s iconic TWA Flight Center into a hotel

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Support for Heathrow new town grows as airport hub gains momentum

16-Aug-2013 | By Rakesh Ramchurn

Front-runners in London aviation capacity report will kick-start redevelopment of west London mega-site. Rakesh Ramchurn reports

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Davies to consider £18.2bn London Oxford airport plans

12-Aug-2013 | By Max Thompson

A small Bristol-based practice has submitted proposals to the Government Airports Commission for an £18.2 billion four-runway airport on the outskirts of Oxford

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Flights of Fancy: London's airport options revealed

22-Jul-2013 | By

As the deadline for submissions to the Davies Commission passes, the AJ presents the leading options for London’s future airport expansion

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners\' victorious Lyon airport concept

Rogers' lands prized Lyon airport project

21-Jul-2013 | By

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport has handed the design of its new Future Terminal 1 to Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP)

Heathrow third runway proposal 2013 (small version)

Heathrow reveals third runway proposals

17-Jul-2013 | By Chloe Stothart

Heathrow Airport has unveiled three options in its latest bid for a third runway.