CABE to carry out 'more strategic' design reviews
The Department of Culture, Media and Sport was adamant this week that the new Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment will still have the 'powers' to call in architects and their high-profile projects for design review when it takes over from the Royal Fine Art Commission this September. But champion of architecture Stuart Lipton is aiming to put in place a more 'strategic' system for cabe to choose projects than its predecessor had.
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