Issue : May 2007
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Stewart McColl, the founder of the SMC Group, has resigned from his position of executive deputy chairman with immediate effect.
Donald Trump's plan to build the 'world's greatest golf course' in Aberdeen has hit a major snag, with Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) lodging a formal objection.
Edinburgh's controversial new city leader Jenny Dawe has continued her attack on modern architecture, insisting glass is over-used in the city, with the material not suitable for a World Heritage site.
Make offers first look at Old Bailey scheme -Subscription
This is the first glimpse of Make Architects' audacious designs for its 30 The Old Bailey project.
Make has unveiled the latest phase in the regeneration of central London's Grosvenor Docks development.
The consortium building the £2 billion Athletes' Village for the 2012 London Olympics has called on 'the world's most talented architects' to pitch for what is one of the Games' most high-profile contracts.
Simpson backs Brunswick heirSubscription
Studio Egret West (SEW) has landed the project to design a replacement for Ian Simpson's doomed Brunswick Quay skyscraper scheme in Liverpool.
Carlos Ferrater, who writes the Building Study on Mangera Yvars' Villa Valldoreix on pages 25-35, is director of Carlos Ferrater Architects in Barcelona
KIERAN LONG NAMED AS AJ EDITORSubscription