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RIBA-APPROVED Details are available from the RIBA Competitions Office, 6 Melbourne Street, Leeds LS2 7PS, tel 0113 234 1335, fax 0113 246 0744, email riba. competitions@mail. riba. org

STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION Wood. for good invites submissions for an open ideas competition, based upon an imaginary inner-city site.The competition is open to students of architecture and those in relevant associated disciplines (eg engineering, interior design, product design etc).Submission deadline June 2003.

EUROPAN 7: SUBURBAN CHALLENGE, URBAN INTENSITY AND HOUSING DIVERSITY The increasing use of the car and the development of out-of-town shopping centres and business parks seem to be leading to a 'dispersed town'urban model.

There is a new will to act to revive the traditional planning ethos of European towns, and by associating this with the challenges of urban sustainability. Europan 7 proposes to tackle this issue at the interface between urban planning and architecture. Visit www. europan-europe. com Deadline 2.5.2003.

OTHERS PALACE OF WESTMINSTER The centre of UK government is seeking architectural consultancy services for fire compartmentation works in the Palace of Westminster.Contact the Parliamentary Works Services Directorate,1 Canon Row, London SW1A 2JN.Email: buildingprojects@parliament. uk or call 020 7219 5812.

Closing date is 26.3.2003

Richard Haut operates the weekly 'competitions' e-mail service - telling architects about thousands of projects that they can apply for across Britain, Ireland and Europe.Tel 0033 6 72 31 83 86, email hautrichard@hotmail. com, web http: //communities. msn.com/RichardHautscompetitions

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