CABE in Home Office HQ warning
The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment has issued a thinly-veiled warning to the government that its much-vaunted 'better public buildings'policy could be undermined by weaknesses in the plans for the new Home Office headquarters.CABE published its views on Terry Farrell & Partners' design for the Marsham Street scheme on Monday and warned that planning restrictions and the design brief had produced 'an unsatisfactory situation'over the the scheme.
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