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BREAKING NEWS DAILY / WWW.AJPLUS.CO.UK

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THURSDAY 23 MARCH

New legal challenge threatens to rock Prescott's Pathfinder plans

Budget details reveal good news for PFI design

Fresh search for Turner Contemporary architect aunched

PKS Architects' massive new housing scheme for Elephant wins planning

FRIDAY 24 MARCH

RIBA reveals radical shake-up of education (in-depth analysis on page 12)

Pell Wall Hall back on market: concern reemerges for Soane's last country house (pictured left)

Alsop snapped up by SMC (interview with SMC boss Stewart McColl on page 16)

Richard Rogers controversially loses out in Australia competition

MONDAY 27 MARCH

Zaha's Hoxton Square proposals finally win planning (pictured below)

York's Coppergate row reignites following new planning brief approval

Marks Barfield takes on 'urban' wind turbines

Livingstone throws weight behind King's Cross redevelopment

TUESDAY 28 MARCH

CABE refuses support for Rogers' Cambridge scheme

RIBA makes sense of Canterbury architecture school crisis

MAKE reveals plans for Brum coach station (pictured right)

Stratford-upon-Avon seeks new bridge to complement RSC

WEDNESDAY 29 MARCH

Cameron attacks Prescott over failure to 'design-out crime'

Massive redevelopment of Belfast wins green light

Conservationists in last-ditch attack on Carey Jones' Leeds canal scheme

John Pawson to make stage debut at Royal Ballet with first set design

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