DCMS men attend council to forge links for commission
Two key officials from the Department of Culture Media and Sport were in riba Council last week to forge closer links with the institute and hear its concerns about how the new Architecture Commission is shaping up. The good news is that the commission's paltry £1.3 million budget is not 'written in stone' and that ministers will listen to reasoned arguments for extra cash.
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