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    Jamie Fobert's Tate St Ives extension revivedSubscription

    News13 December, 2007

    Jamie Fobert’s long-overdue Tate St Ives extension in Cornwall is finally moving forward after gallery bosses rejected costly alternatives, including splitting the collection over two sites.

  • Stonehenge Visitor Centre scheme ditchedSubscription

    News12 December, 2007

    Denton Corker Marshall’s plan for a Stonehenge Visitor Centre has been killed off by a government decision not to build a proposed bypass under the historic site.

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    Architects sought to overhaul Princess Diana's former home Subscription

    News11 December, 2007

    Kensington Palace in west London, the former residence of Princess Diana, is hunting a team of architects to design various new-build, refurbishment and landscaping projects.

  • RIBA unveils shortlist for Doncaster bungalow competitionSubscription

    News10 December, 2007

    Bauman Lyons is among a quartet of firms shortlisted for the RIBA’s St Leger Homes competition, which involves the radical transformation of ‘pokey’ council bungalows in Denaby Main, Doncaster – once labelled the ‘worst village in England’.

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    Aukett Fitzroy Robinson unveils £450 masterplan in BirminghamSubscription

    News10 December, 2007

    Aukett Fitzroy Robinson’s (AFR) has unwrapped its masterplan for the £450 million mixed-use regeneration of Birmingham’s Eastside.

  • Dublin skyline set to growSubscription

    News4 July, 2006

    Skyscrapers could soon transform Dublin's cityscape after the Irish government increased the permitted height for tall buildings, including the proposed U2 Tower, to 100m.

  • Tories claim City Hall is 'falling apart'Subscription

    News19 June, 2006

    Norman Foster's energy-efficient City Hall - home to the London Assembly - is cracking up in the Capital's sweltering summer, Conservatives have claimed.

  • Dixon Jones Ottawa gallery on hold following cost jumpSubscription

    News19 June, 2006

    Dixon Jones' Portrait Gallery of Canada in Ottawa is set to linger on the drawing board after the country's Conservative government slammed the brakes on the budget-busting project.

  • Further trouble hits the academies programmeSubscription

    News12 June, 2006

    Tony Blair's flagship City Academies have catapulted £48 million over budget, signalling a new low for the controversial secondary school building programme.

  • Atkins Walters Webster lands cathedral firstSubscription

    News12 June, 2006

    Atkins Walters Webster has secured permission to convert Bristol's crumbling Grade-II Clifton Pro-Cathedral (1848) into flats - the first former UK cathedral to be commercially redeveloped.

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