CABE hits out at BDP
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment has called for new architects to be drafted in on a £95 million city centre scheme in Norwich by BDP and Eric Kuhne Associates. CABE's design review panel said this week that the quality of architecture on the housing and retail scheme is insufficient for it to be granted detailed planning permission and it wants tenants to be able to choose their own architects. In particular, the scheme came under fire for failing to connect ...
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