Comment on: Major breakthrough in PQQ reform
Item 10 will help a lot if implimented. The practice of "Bundling" a number of small projects into one big commission no matter what the geographical separation denys many small practices the opportunity to grow by simply counting them out of the "Bundle".
Spot on Paul, It's not the "Special" buildings that are of concern, they will generally look after themselves and be given the designers and budgets the need. It's the "Ordinary" that we need to improve. To paraphrase Robert Venturi - we need to make Main Street alright.
Take a look at the Scottish regs - there are minimum space standards there. Maybe too minimal - but generally accepted.
Comment on: Ungagged Olympic architects named
All very well - but a bit late in the day.
It would be interesting to see how the London based responses compared to those from outwith London.