Issue : July 2010
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Construction work has nearly finished on Farshid Moussavi Architecture’s new home for The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA)
HAT Projects' Jerwood Gallery opens doorsSubscription
Emerging outfit HAT Projects has taken the wraps off its £4 million Jerwood Gallery in Hastings.
Construction has started on Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ (FCBS) long-running £26m social housing-led Mildmay Regeneration Project in Shoreditch, east London
Work starts on Bomber Command MemorialSubscription
Construction has started on Liam O’Connor Architects’ classical designs for the £5.5 million Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park
Brent Council has approved plans for 1,300 new homes, a community park and shopping street next to Wembley Stadium designed by Make
New York 'Blue Network' design competitionSubscription
The ONE PRIZE open competition seeks design ideas for New York City’s ‘Blue Network’ water transport system and also for the city’s ‘Clean Tech Expo’ which will take place in 2014
Minister backs Hopkins' revised Greenwich plansSubscription
The Secretary of State Eric Pickles has rubberstamped Hopkins’ reworked proposals for the regeneration of Greenwich Market
V&A Boiler House Yard shortlist revealedSubscription
The V&A has unveiled a 7-strong shortlist of practices competing to design a new extension to its West Kensington museum in London
Formroom's Everton FC development approvedSubscription
Everton Football Club has won planning permission for a £9 million retail and administration development at Goodison Park.
Councils to set own planning feesSubscription
The government has revealed proposals to allow local authorities to charge what they want for handling planning applications