Issue : January 2006
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The architect behind the contentious new ferry terminal in front of Liverpool's famous Three Graces has been ordered by concerned city planners to hand over more information about its designs.
Barnet Tories abandon PFISubscription
One of London's biggest councils has taken the dramatic step of dropping the controversial PFI procurement method, citing design standards as one of the main factors.
Gehry's massive Brooklyn scheme wins go-aheadSubscription
Frank Gehry's hugely controversial Atlantic Yards project in Brooklyn, New York, has been given final approval by the state authorities, despite massive opposition.
Troubled Glasgow Tower in latest reopeningSubscription
Glasgow Science Centre's ill-fated Glasgow Tower has finally reopened, 18 months after it last closed following continusous technical problems.
Review of the Year - 2006Subscription
Ed Dorrelltakes a look back at the events in the architectural world over the past year.
Designers sought for Welsh 'landmark gateways'Subscription
A competition to design three new 'landmark gateways' at key points around Wales has been launched.
Cladding firm handed over to its employeesSubscription
The owners of cladding manufacturer CA Group have handed over the entire £60 million company to its employees.
Sheldon Fox, founding member of global giant KPF Architects, has died aged 76, following a long illness.
Buttress Fuller Alsop William has been given the go-ahead for its Stockwood Discovery Centre project in Luton after landing a 3.7 million windfall from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Final four selected in Southwark scheme - imagesSubscription
Southwark Council has unveiled the last four practices handed social housing projects as part of its 'design experiment' at Elephant and Castle, south London.