Issue : March 2007
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Sheppard Robson has submitted this 15-storey mixed-use development for planning in Croydon, south London.
Conservative leader David Cameron has made a last ditch bid to stop the 'onerous' Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007) just days before they are due to come into force.
Call goes out for Barking Riverside designersSubscription
The search is on for two design teams to lead the regeneration of one of the UK's biggest brownfield sites - Barking Riverside in east London.
Denton Corker Marshall (DCM) has finally been granted planning permission for its controversial visitor centre at Stonehenge after a second public inquiry.
First glimpse of new Serpentine Pavilion - imageSubscription
The AJ has uncovered the first details and images of this year's Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (see above for an artist's impression of the new pavilion).
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has branded claims that building contractors are unwilling to take on Zaha Hadid's Aquatic Centre project as 'pure speculation'.
The bitter and protracted battle to develop the Vaux Brewery site in Sunderland has been won by Piers Gough's CZWG practice - leaving Aukett's Tesco-led scheme on the drawing-office floor.
On the day of his momentous Pritzker Prize victory, the AJ can exclusively reveal images of Richard Rogers' first scheme in his home country, Italy.
Ian Simpson's winning proposal for Britain's first gambling Mecca, in east Manchester, lies in tatters after the House of Lords threw out the government's super-casino bill.
HOK Sport has won the green light for its new 50,000-seater Lansdowne Road Stadium in Dublin.