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Outgoing RIBA head of awards and Small Projects jury member Tony Chapman brings his own perspective to this year’s awards
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The world of film is helping an increasing number of developers and landlords weather the economic crisis by opening the doors of vacant buildings in London and turning their offices into film sets.
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Full transcript of the second Max Fordham roundtable
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Revisit the AJ’s live blog from Europe’s biggest property fair – experience the thrill and champagne spills of the annual MIPIM property show in Cannes
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The AJ/Observer Skyline Campaign has been picked up by a number of news outlets since it was launched on 30 March
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