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PRP and Make have bagged ‘unanimous approval’ for the 207-home second phase of the new Chobham Manor neighbourhood on London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Westminster City Council has followed in Lambeth’s footsteps by giving planning to Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge across the river Thames
Plans for a new garden city in Bicester, Oxfordshire are set to be announced ahead of the government’s Autumn Statement tomorrow (3 December)
Westminster planners are still concerned about the impact of Thomas Heatherwick’s Garden Bridge on protected historic views along the Thames
The Landscape Institute Awards reflect a growing concern with green infrastructure, writes Hattie Hartman
James Timberlake, partner at Kieran Timberlake, speaks exclusively to the AJ about sustainable architecture
Eco-pioneer James Timberlake has called for a new ‘red award’ to highlight unsustainable buildings
Last week’s flagship eco-conference heard contrasting views over where to build new housing, as well as calls for post-occupancy monitoring
The executive director of the Garden Bridge Trust has hit back at critics of the proposed Thames crossing designed by Thomas Heatherwick
National Grid is to construct a test-run of the next-generation T-Pylons for use across the British countryside over the coming months, it has announced.
Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed £175million bridge across the River Thames is facing a new round of criticism after details of entry restrictions for the planned ‘public’ structure emerged.
Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed £175million bridge across the River Thames has been given the green light by Lambeth Council
Thomas Heatherwick’s proposed £175million bridge across the River Thames has been recommended for approval by planning officers at Lambeth Council
Natalie Bennett, leader of Green Party, is set to speak at this year’s AJ Footprint Live conference
Kohn Pedersen Fox’s planned 190m tall skyscraper is the first building to be rated under BREEAM’s updated standards
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