British 'failures' go down Europan
Britain has withdrawn from this year's Europan competition as a result of its abysmal track record in seeing winning schemes through to development. The UK has failed to put forward sites for the biennial pan-European design competition, overseen by CABE and the RIBA, which offers a unique opportunity for younger practices to plan large and complex sites.
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