Issue : January 2005
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The AJ Team are now on holidaySubscription
The daily news service will resume on January 3rd
Massive Scottish planning reforms revealedSubscription
The most comprehensive reform ever of Scotland's planning system has been announced.
Cash injection kick starts Olympic investmentSubscription
London has secured crucial cash to aid the ongoing architectural investment associated with the capital's 2012 Olympics.
London's homeless are to benefit over Christmas from new plans to convert old double-decker buses into temporary homes.
The architecture profession is unlikely to enjoy a bumper 2006 if the latest property market predictions are to be trusted.
The news review of 2005Subscription
With more dramatic ups and downs than the Big One at Blackpool, 2005 has certainly been a dramatic year on the British architectural scene. Ed Dorrell takes a retrospective glance back over the last 12 months
AJ Plus is on a Christmas breakSubscription
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all our readers. The AJ Plus news service will return on 3 January.
London architect sets off on Pakistan missionSubscription
A London-based architect has set off on a trip with the aim of easing the problems currently besetting the region of Pakistan hit by an earthquake earlier this year.
Ken casts doubt over Wembley cup final for 2006Subscription
London mayor Ken Livingstone has added further doubts to the claim that Foster and Partners and HOK Sports' Wembley Stadium will be ready in time for next year's FA Cup Final.
English Heritage has raised concerns over Haworth Tompkins' proposals to convert part of the Snape Maltings site in Suffolk.