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Denise Chevin's stories

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  • BDP's Manchester office

    BDP’s purchase by Japan’s Nippon Koei caught everyone by surpriseSubscription

    Opinion21 March, 2016

    But this coupling of multidisciplinary giants from east and west makes real business sense, says Denise Chevin

  • Homes under construction

    Too many housebuilders offer poor customer serviceSubscription

    Opinion27 January, 2016

    Housebuilders boast 90 per cent of new homes are defect-free – that leaves a vast number that aren’t, and little recourse for their buyers

  • One St Peter's Square

    Does the construction upturn signal architectural constraint?Subscription

    Opinion26 November, 2015

    Just as there’s more money flowing into the market, rising building costs mean the straitjacket is tightening on architecture, says Denise Chevin

  • fish18_copy

    More houses, fewer homesSubscription

    Opinion22 October, 2015

    Burgeoning demand and planning permission exemptions are contributing to a worrying trend of low-quality housing

  • Plymouth_School_for_Creative_Arts

    Buy cheap, buy twiceSubscription

    Opinion25 September, 2015

    The Priority Schools Building Programme’s austerity-driven approach could turn out more costly in the long term, says Denise Chevin

  • Dalmarnock Station by Atkins

    AJ120 #07: AtkinsSubscription

    Business3 June, 2015

    118 employed architects, seventh position in 2014

  • Paul Morrell, chief construction adviser

    Paul Morrell warns RIBA could become 'irrelevant'Subscription

    News18 May, 2015

    Paul Morrell, the former government chief construction adviser, has warned that professional bodies in the sector are in danger of becoming ‘irrelevant within five to 10 years’

  • Birmingham Curzon Station

    Architecture Tomorrow - transport buildingsSubscription

    Building13 May, 2015

    A wealth of opportunities to design prestige projects will arise out of the Conservatives’ policy of investing in transport infrastructure to drive regeneration, says Denise Chevin

  • aedas

    AJ100 #5: Denise Chevin on AedasSubscription

    News22 May, 2014

    AJ100 Top 10 profiles: Aedas prides itself on the emphasis it continues to place on new technology, research and development, writes Denise Chevin